posted by davidt on Saturday November 13 2004, @12:00AM
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Set List:

How Soon Is Now? / First Of The Gang To Die / November Spawned A Monster / Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice / I Like You / Bigmouth Strikes Again / Let Me Kiss You / Munich Air Disaster 1958 / Rubber Ring / Irish Blood, English Heart / I'm Playing Easy To Get / The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores / Now My Heart Is Full / The Never Played Symphonies / I Have Forgiven Jesus / Subway Train (into) Everyday Is Like Sunday / You Know I Couldn't Last // The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get /// Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me //// There Is A Light That Never Goes Out


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  • In fact maybe the best one i've seen him do since the Smiths LA debut at the Palladium. But Am I the ONLY one that noticed that "How Soon is Now" is all pre-recorded except for Morrissey's Vocal?
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:12AM (#137364)
  • Moz was in high spirts,crowd was way into it.Packed!Moz came out in a priest outfit,& wore it till the encore.Highlights were Irish Blood-English Heart,& Big Mouth Strikes Again.I could go on ,but I will let someone else.
    DannyDangerous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:13AM (#137365)
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  • Does anyone know of any ? I'm flying out in a matter of hours and won't have access to a computer to check. They sound like fun - do you think the Hard Rock or a hotel on the strip would hold a Mozzer afterparty?

    Help!

    Fiona
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:19AM (#137366)
  • three encores again (Score:2, Informative)

    The More You Ignore Me...
    Last Night...
    There is a Light...

    The band were wearing matching t-shirts w/ some number across the front and 1984 on the back. I don't really remember because Deano took his off ASAP! Anyway, only one stage invader. Morrissey dressed as a priest again and opened w/ HSIN. Said how he has three homes--Manchester, Dublin and Los Angeles--and he said he is pretty much an American citizen... just doesn't have the paperwork.

    First encore, blue shirt. RIPPED IT OFF. Buttons everywhere. Stuffed it down his pants and then wiped his armpits and sweaty chest with it before tossing it into the crowd. Second encore, white shirt. OFF! Third encore, bluish grey shirt. Again, OFF! Then he walked off and the band kept playing. Meanwhile, a fight broke out to the right of the stage and then some dude started flashing gang signs. How embarrassing. Anyway, it was a great show. The band was tops. Deano's been working out. Jesse Tobias really rocks. Morrissey was brilliant. I hope someone gets a good recording of this one sans the screaming chick behind me. Oh well, better reviews to come (I hope).

    PS - The usual Julia banter and down with Bush happened as well.
    fut -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:21AM (#137367)
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  • nancy was actually better than i expected. did these boots...lmky as well. don't know why she lowers her voice on it, her voice sounds so much better than that. spoke of mozza a bit. beautiful cover of redondo beach, spoke of steve jones, if that's his name.said how he finally enjoys the radio, he hadn't in england. said he has 3 hometowns, manc, dublin, and of course l.a. spoke of how it's november before he went into nsam. said he can't believe bush is in the white house for another 4 years, he can't stand him for another 5 minutes. again 3 shirts into crowd. gave mic to julia and asked her what she wanted, she replied for him to be truly happy. i think 2 stage invaders, others tried but didn't get on. on his back during nsam...lovely! his voice sounded incredible and i loved his little jig of a dance off the stage each time he took off his shirt. hhhmm, since i know now he's in town might have to swing by sunset a bit more now.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:21AM (#137368)
  • i went to both shows thursday pit and fri log boy did i screw that up he literally shook everyones hand today and last night he didnt even go the the right side of the stage ( our left ) hardly he dragged two people on staged and security was doubled tonight it was an amazing show the way he interacted with the crowd asking them questions given them the mic to answer was something else i really hope that this is not his farewell tour becuase ive never seen him like this and it seems to me that hes doing all this interaction for a reason ;(
    I_Am_Two_People -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:34AM (#137369)
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  • How Soon Is Now
    FOTGTD
    November Spawned a Monster
    Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice
    I Like You
    Bigmouth Strikes Again
    Let Me Kiss You
    Munich Air
    Rubber Ring
    Irish Blood English Heart
    Playing Easy To Get!!!
    Crashing Bores
    Now My Heart is Full
    Never Played Symphonies
    I Have Forgiven Jesus
    Subway...Everyday is Like Sunday
    You Know I Couldn't Last

    encore:
    The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get
    Last Night I Dreamed That Somebody Loved Me
    There is a Light That Never Goes Out

    brought to you by
    Cesar aka cesar1978 (soulseeker)
    What a Show!!!! 20 Great Songs!!!! Los Angeles We are hot!!! Heather Kaide from Chicago and Darren from Manchester this is dedicated to you!!!
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:55AM (#137371)
  • Anyone else feel that way? Or maybe the section my wife and I were in wasn't that *hot*? We were at lower orch 2, row EE. Anyhoo, it's a fabulous show!

    I was praying that he don't sneak in Ignore/Closer into My Heart is Full, which he did on Thursday night. And he finally encored with Ignore/Closer! Now, my heart is full. ;-)

    He said he has 3 hometowns: Manchester, Dublin and Los Angeles!!
    alpina -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:00AM (#137374)
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  • The show was great, but not as good as Devore. He did not play Shoplifters. Julia was noce again the center of attention and he did give her the mic right before a song, which I dont remember because I was drank too much. Another thing is tha he was very mobile on stage and someone from the pit threw their beer at him , slightly missing him. the number on the front of the lads shirts was 278 and in the back was 1984, who knows what it means. love peace and harmony
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:00AM (#137375)
    • Re:Moz Angeles by goinghome (Score:1) Saturday November 13 2004, @12:35PM
    • Re:Moz Angeles by Anonymous (Score:0) Saturday November 13 2004, @09:10PM
    • Re:Moz Angeles by Anonymous (Score:0) Sunday November 14 2004, @08:26PM
  • show was awesome, i was the first one he shook hands with when he sang I Like You. I made eye contact i knew he was coming my way and it was so beautiful!
    x16clumznshy -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:16AM (#137377)
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    • Re:I like You by craig (Score:1) Monday November 15 2004, @01:21PM
  • they're so funny you'll kill yourself laughing ...

    no matter what you say, you are not a monster

    you are looking quite fit and trim again but we love you either way

    yes its amazing you dont have a song in shrek 2 but thank gahd petie yorn and the minibar boys do

    if your sweet voice was forever gone tomorrow you'd still be so much more than nothing to so many which is hopefully is some consolation

    i too want you to be very very happy but see now that may not happen if something doesnt change incredibly, we've risked four years of sameness and for that, really dont deserve to keep you on this soil but if you go, i for one will follow somehow, somewhere just to see you moon us

    thanks for another incredible show, esp for Last Nite I Dreamt and The More You Ignore Me which were so very special that i dont even mind not getting to hear Rubber Ring

    while i wonder what lies ahead, rest assured that no matter what happens, i, like so many others, will always always keep you in mind
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:25AM (#137379)
  • Played a new b-side....

    "I'm Playing Easy To Get"

    not sure if it was mentioned or not. Good track. Great lyrics.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:44AM (#137385)
  • .. by friday, life has killed me - only because thursday was pathetic since I didn't get a ticket for that show as well! Morrissey was awesome tonight! He was lively, talkative, played extra long and really seemed to show his love for los angeles. Some may think that the crowd wasn't as hot as it could be, but I think people wanted to soak in seeing Morrissey and enjoy every moment of it. I was glad not to see the useless moshing in the pit. It's nice to see that people have grown up and can enjoy a show without pushing and shoving others. Many of us, including myself, have loved Morrissey since the early '80 with the Smiths and couldn't have possibly imagined loving him as much as we do 20 years later. We are older now, and we are cleaver swines - and we will always stand by you Morrissey.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:49AM (#137386)
  • Too tired to write review. Something of great interest, he played a song by the title "I'm Easy to Get". Good song, don't think it's a cover like last night's Patty Smith song.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:49AM (#137387)
  • Same energy as Thursdays show, though I do feel that Thursday was a bit better. Probably just biased on my part, still awesome.

    I feel honored to have experienced back to back nights with "3" encores, awesome.

    I hope this was not his last LA show, hearing "you know I couldn't last" and his statement of whatever happens keep me in your thoughts, doesn't make feel real confident he's sticking around much longer.

    Anyone else feel the same?

    All in all, awesome, very proud of you MOZ, you've really turned it on for the LA shows!!!

    BeeWee
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:52AM (#137388)
  • He also played "What Difference Does It Make", why hasn't anyone else mentioned this?!!!!
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @02:01AM (#137389)
  • bored stiff (Score:0, Funny)

    dear nancy

    heard your performance tonight was killer

    signed

    the eagles, macy gray, and eddie money
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @02:04AM (#137390)
  • definitely agree that the vibe on thursday was way better than tonight. not that tonight was bad, it was still absolutely amazing.. but no one threw their beer at morrissey on thursday, and no one interrupted him while he was talking on thursday.

    in the pit for both nights, definitely worth the extra $$$.

    highlights of the show:
    - "mooning" our area on the left during i have forgiven jesus
    - when he got all fussy and frustrated with the "bloody" microphone stand
    - the new b-side.. the lyrics were really really great
    - once again, "steven patrick" in now my heart is full
    - everything else

    low-light:
    - way way WAY too many allusions to this being his last LA show.
    megyn -- Saturday November 13 2004, @02:27AM (#137393)
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  • This was my first Moz concert. I had terrible seats (log, row t), but I still enjoyed myself immensely! I cannot believe he played Now My Heart Is Full. I began to cry! Awww :)

    We love you Moz. Please come back for more 3
    naturallyfled -- Saturday November 13 2004, @03:12AM (#137397)
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  • Great show!! Hey...We were in orchestra section 1 and saw guitarist Gallagher brother of Oasis. Some dude bowed or something and shook his hand. He seemed into the show and really got into HOW SOON IS NOW. Left before the encores to beat the crowds or go backstage. Also Matt Skiba from Alkaline Trio and minor celebs channel 7 anchor David Ono.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @07:02AM (#137408)
  • My love, wherever you are
    Whatever you are
    Don't lose faith
    I know it's gonna happen someday
    To you

    Please wait ...
    Please wait ...
    Oh ...
    Wait ...
    Don't lose faith

    You say that the day just never arrives
    And it's never seemed so far away
    Still, I know it's gonna happen someday
    To you

    Please wait ...
    Don't lose faith
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @07:04AM (#137410)
  • Does anyone know who the cute little sailor was that mopped up the stage before Morrissey went on stage? That was funny.
    fut -- Saturday November 13 2004, @07:59AM (#137423)
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  • Please don't be the last tour! I would lay down and die.
    dazzak -- Saturday November 13 2004, @08:57AM (#137426)
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  • ...through where morrissey exits the venue. I ask because as I was leaving I found a backstage pass sticker on the ground, so i put it on and went backstage. Nothing was happening, just a bunch of boring people standing around waiting for morrissey, i presume. But being that i have been backstage at universal before, and knowing that the featured artist that day did not come out to sign autographs, i left after about 5 minutes. Also my cousin didn't have a pass, so i couldn't have her waiting. Did I miss anything?

    Also, and on a funnier note, as i was leaving the venue, one of the bootleg t-shirt sellers had a bunch of shirts on the ground and was selling them for $10. Suddenly, one of the yellowshirts started yelling to the crowd assembled around the bootleger to leave, and reffering to the bootleger yelled "julian, is that you, get the fuck out of here." The bootlegger got scared and began to walk away without his shirts, and i came-up on about seven shirts.

    Great show overall, everyone well-behaved.

    Oh yeah, why isn't everyone excited over the fact that morrissey played a brand new song for us. I thought that would be what everyone would be talking about.
    Glory Hole -- Saturday November 13 2004, @09:59AM (#137442)
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  • It all got started with a Mr. Cleaning the stage with a Mop.

    Imperfect List

    1.How Soon Is Now
    2.First of the gang
    3.November Spawned
    4.Dont Make fun of daddys voice
    5.I like you
    6.Bigmouth Strikes Again
    7.Let me Kiss you
    8.Munich Air
    9.Rubber Ring
    10.Irish Blood
    11.I'm playing easy to get
    12.Crashing Bores
    13.Now my heart is full
    14.Never Played Symphonies
    15.I have forgiven Jesusus
    16.Subway Train/Everyday is like sunday
    17.You know I Couldnt Last
    Encore
    18.The more you ignore me
    19.Last Night I Dreamnt
    20.There is a Light that never goes out
     
    Review

    *Crowd was loud today

    *Morrissey like always very Charming

    *Priest Outfit again but he said "at least I have it dried cleaned"

    *"The menace is still in the White House"

    *The band was awesome

    *Shirts for the Crowd again

    *Introduced the Band

    *By the way (Mikey) is "Chingon ass Player" he also backs up in the guitars. I didn’t notice before until I saw three guitar players yesterday during The more you ignore me.

    *And also love it when Boz Includes the Flute to November Spawned

    *At the end of there is a light Boz,Mikey,Gary,Dean,and Jesse Where giving away their Pics and Drumsticks and setlist was given to the crowd by Gary

    *By the way what was Boz saying at the Left Side of the Venue was he fighting the security?
    It looks like he got mad or something Im not sure

    Good night and Thank You
    tenderliz -- Saturday November 13 2004, @10:17AM (#137444)
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    • Re:Nov 12, 2004 by Glory Hole (Score:1) Saturday November 13 2004, @11:34AM
    • Thanks tenderliz for another observant, refined review. The joie de vivre is palpable, and gratifying even through the postings.
      Wasn’t it thoughtfully cute for him to mention that he’d got the spectacular priestly garb dry-cleaned?! Which brings to mind a few past approaches to hygiene!

      Folk Lore
      Next time you're washing your hands and the water temperature isn't just how you like it, think about how things used to be. Here are some facts about the 1500s.
      Most people got married in June because they took their yearly bath in May and still smelled pretty good by June. However, they were starting to smell, so brides carried a bouquet of flowers to hide the body odour.
      Baths consisted of a big tub filled with hot water. The man of the house had the privilege of the nice clean water, then all the other sons and men, then the women and finally the children--last of all the babies. By then the water was so dirty you could actually lose someone in it. Hence the saying, "Don't throw the baby out with the bath water."
      Houses had thatched roofs--thick straw--piled high, with no wood underneath. It was the only place for animals to get warm, so all the dogs, cats and other small animals (mice, bugs) lived in the roof. When it rained it became slippery and sometimes the animals would slip and fall off the roof-hence the saying "It's raining cats and dogs."
      There was nothing to stop things from falling into the house. This posed a real problem in the bedroom where bugs and other droppings could really mess up your nice clean bed. Hence, a bed with big posts and a sheet hung over the top afforded some protection. That's how canopy beds came into existence.
      The floor was dirt. Only the wealthy had something other than dirt, hence the saying "dirt poor."
      The wealthy had slate floors that would get slippery in the winter when wet, so they spread thresh (straw) on the floor to help keep their footing. As the winter wore on, they kept adding more thresh until when you opened the door it would all start slipping outside. A piece of wood was placed in the entranceway, hence, a "thresh hold."
      In those old days, they cooked in the kitchen with a big kettle that always hung over the fire. Every day they lit the fire and added things to the pot. They ate mostly vegetables and did not get much meat. They would eat the stew for dinner, leaving leftovers in the pot to get cold overnight and then start over the next day. Sometimes the stew had food in it that had been there for quite awhile. Hence the rhyme "peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, peas porridge in the pot nine days old."
      Sometimes they could obtain pork, which made them feel quite special.
      When visitors came over, they would hang up their bacon to show off. It was a sign of wealth that a man "could bring home the bacon." They would cut off a little to share with guests and would all sit around and "chew the fat."
      Those with money had plates made of pewter. Food with a high acid content caused some of the lead to leach onto the food, causing lead poisoning and death. This happened most often with tomatoes, so for the next 400 years or so, tomatoes were considered poisonous.
      Most people did not have pewter plates, but had trenchers, a piece of wood with the middle scooped out like a bowl. Often trenchers were made from stale bread, which was so old and hard that they could be used for quite some time. Trenchers were never washed and a lot of times, worms and mold got into the wood and old bread. After eating off wormy, moldy trenchers, one would get "trench mouth.
      Bread was divided according to status. Workers got the burnt bottom of the loaf, the family got the middle, and guests got the top, or "upper crust."
      Lead cups were used to drink ale or whiskey. The combination would sometimes knock them out for a couple of days. Someone walking along the road would take them for dead and prepare them for burial. They were laid out on the kitchen table for a couple of days and the family would gather around and eat and dri
      goinghome -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:09PM (#137461)
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    • Re:Nov 12, 2004 by JezNMoz (Score:1) Sunday November 14 2004, @04:58PM
    • Re:Nov 12, 2004 by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday November 15 2004, @09:22AM
  • Uhhm...well I managed to takes 27 pictures..and this morning I went Walmart to have them developed and ...well.....this is all I have...I even took a picture of the girl hugging Morrissey onstage...but...I guess it didn't come out..all I got back were 12 pix.

    http://www.picturetrail.com/gallery/view?p=999&gid=5668251&uid=2819334&members=1
    1 loser -- Saturday November 13 2004, @12:13PM (#137464)
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  • GREAT new song!!
    My friend videotaped it and then of course, in drunkenness, accidentally deleted it.
    Anyone have a recording or the lyrics?
    He mentions Cahuenga and Cole, my neighborhood. I wonder if he is alluding to the Cahuenga Crawl Bar Scene?
    Axed -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:02PM (#137471)
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  • This may be the best I've heard them. Deano's become much more forceful since he first joined, Mikey fleshes out the sound nicely, and Jesse seemed right at home. I think all the new blood brings a lot of energy.

    Moz' voice was in superb form - absolutely great!

    I only wish the pit had gone a bit wilder. I like it when it's a teeming mass, swaying and bopping, with the bouncers getting plenty of work. But it might be the venue is a little antiseptic...

    Am I the only one who thinks the stage invasions are feeling a little staged?
    Bertrand -- Saturday November 13 2004, @03:44PM (#137497)
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  • Did anyone else notice how passionate Moz seemed during "You Know I couldnt last"....seemed like he was really feeling all the words as they left his lips
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @05:00PM (#137508)
  • second verse...

    I'm so easy
    Maybe you've had me
    If you had then you would not forget
    So when you see me
    Between Cole and Cahuenga
    WELL I'M JUST PLAIN DESPERATE

    So don't waste time trying to get to know me
    I'm yours
    I'm yours
    And dont waste time with naughty conversation
    I'm yours
    Everyone knows
    I'm yours
    Axed -- Saturday November 13 2004, @05:54PM (#137516)
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  • Will someone plase tell me who this Julia is??? It drives me absolutely nuts that I have no clue!
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @07:34PM (#137526)
  • Why hasn't anyone mentioned this? What the hell was he saying to those people in the pit?

    I don't remember what point in the show this was, around midway, but he asked Julia how she was, and if she needed anything. He passed the mic to her and she said she needed him to be very happy. He said, 'you're dreaming, Julia!' THEN...

    He started asking other people in the pit how they were and if they needed anything. He started talking to a couple girls who seemed to be yelling and waving their arms (I couldn't completely see, I was in Orch row EE, they were near the left-center of the pit), and he had some kind of conversation with them. He was having trouble hearing them and he said into the mic, 'They left it in the... movie?' There was a long pause while he tried to hear or figure out what they were saying. He looked so pleasingly confused, like he was so fascinated by what these people were trying to say. He said to the audience, 'Wait, I'm sure she's going to say something brilliant.' Then he repeated something like, 'What? The movie? I really can't hear what you're saying.' Another long pause. Morrissey said, 'The eyepatch? What?' Pause. He had some kind of look of recognition and went 'Ohhhhhhhh,' sounding very disappointed. Then he turned around, walked back toward the drumkit, then turned back toward the audience and said, 'I was wrong!'

    WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT ABOUT?

    love
    math+
    Math Tinder -- Saturday November 13 2004, @08:38PM (#137530)
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  • When house lights were still up I was dead center orch and 4 guys are escorted in and sit right in front of me. One was I was for sure Noel Gallagher!!! Another one with the black miltary hat on kinda looked like Liam but not for sure. The other 2 I didn't recognize. None was their new drummer Zak Starkey (from The Who and Johnny Marr/Healers band) though. :(

    Some overly beefly, definitely not a vegan, spots him from the pit comes up and pays his homage to Noel.

    Noel seemed rather mild-mannered and just drinking water. I kept wanting to ask if I could buy him a beer! But I didn't want to bother them...

    Had already heard they were in LA recording their new disc. So guess that helps confirm that...

    Seeing Noel and and 2nd night of Morrissey was just great!!

    Oh really thought Jesse was way off on Night #1. He came in REAL early for IBEH!! Wow.

    and the # on the shirt was 278. and interesting you see the roadies all now have black shirts with blue stiching... "Mozzers Men". hmmmmm.
    dalfan -- Sunday November 14 2004, @11:02AM (#137591)
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  • The show on Nov. 12th was absolutely amazing. Quite one of his best. I've never heard him so chatty!

    I know this may be random, but does anyone know the artist/name of the song that was played after Nancy Sinatra left the stage, but prior to Morrissey. The lyrics contained something like the following: "all these excuses, all these reasons why we're happy" and "I can stay here because I'm single and it's raining"
    Anonymous -- Sunday November 14 2004, @11:32AM (#137594)
  • The Thursday, November 11th show in LA was my very first time ever seing Morrissey. I had very high expectations and I can say for a certainty that they were drastically exceeded!

    I flew myself and my girlfriend out to LA (from upstate NY) to see MOZ as a birthday present to her. We both were first timers and we both thought the show was absolutely amazing. We had pit tickets and were about 2 people behind the barracade on the left side of the stage.

    I took a zillion pictures (along with some small video clips including the entire There Is A Light stage attack madness) and will be posting them to my website as soon as I have time.

    I am very, very interested in obtaining a copy of the Nov. 11th show on both audio and video formats. If anybody can point me in the right direction, I would be eternally grateful. My email is: [email protected]

    Also, I have read the reported setlists from the Nov. 11th show and I dont remember MOZ ever playing The More You Ignore Me. He did sing a chorus of it at the end of one song but they definitely did NOT play the entire song or even anywhere near the whole song which kind of bummed me out. The Now My Heart Is Full was totally unexpected but absolutely brilliant.

    Anyways, I was super pscyhed on the show and it has been stuck in my mind for 5 days now. It is safe to say that I will be seeing MOZ evey time he tours the US from this point forward!

    Please reply back (or email me) with any leads on where I can find a video or audio recording of the Nov. 11th show. Thanks so much!
    GoVegan -- Sunday November 14 2004, @10:03PM (#137652)
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    When you sleep, I will creep into your thoughts like a bad debt that you cant pay, take the easy way and give in.
  • I haven't seen anyone note that the lyric changes in "November" are becoming permanent...

    sleep on-and dream of love...
    WHY?
    cause its the closest you will get
    to love
    and I should know
    I should know
    Poor twisted child
    I'M so ugly
    just so ugly
    ...
    One November
    Spawned a monster in the shape of this child
    who later cried...
    Jesus made me
    so HE SHOULD save me
    from pity, sympathy
    and IDIOTS discussing me
    YES, I am a freak
    what could...

    and also
    I am a symbol of where sex-mad lovers
    must hold and draw the line
    headlongintoharm -- Monday November 15 2004, @01:15AM (#137669)
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  • Does anyone know the title of the up tempo latin song that was played after Nancy and before Moz set, also the who was speaking female/Irish voice before Moz walked on-stage, guess I should now this but could use some help.

    Thanks,
    sacmoz -- Monday November 15 2004, @11:33AM (#137729)
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  • Hey there mozzer's, i am desperately trying to find pics of this concert. My girlfriend was the first girl to get up on stage and hug Morrissey. I would like to have a picture of her to remember the best times of our lives. Thanks.
    Anonymous -- Monday November 15 2004, @04:27PM (#137772)
  • Hearing Mozzer sing "I Have Forgive Jesus" while dressed a Catholic priest was worth the price of a plane ticket across the counrty! Being a gay recovering Catholic who spent 9 years in parochial school, I found it quite ammusing.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 17 2004, @08:18PM (#138420)
  • I was the lucky fan who snagged the drum skin cover that was thrown to the crowd from the 11/12 Los Angeles Universal show. It's signed by all 5 band members. If anyone is interested in buying it email me and I'll be happy to send you a scan of it and then you can offer me a price if interested. If I don't get any good offers here I'm going to list it on EBAY.
    Thanks,
    Michael
    [email protected]
    Anonymous -- Monday December 06 2004, @04:40PM (#141334)
  • He is most DEFINITELY NOT lacking in genitalia.
    How dare you say such a thing.
    Maybe its because you are.

    The story is old ...I know..but it goes on..
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 13 2004, @09:12AM (#137435)
  • My girlfriend and I flew up yesterday afternoon, got to the show, and it rocked! (Even though I had a extremely fun migraine, I enjoyed myself.)

    I will say though, that I don't think the lighting was designed with the Moz seats in mind though...it was quite painful.

    I also didn't like the fact that the amphitheater only had one person manning the first aid station, and she was never there. Very unprofessional in my opinion.

    So, does anyone know what the 278 shirts were about? I'm assuming they had some meaning. (Potentially, and this is just a wild guess: page 278 in the book 1984. Being that the backs did say 1984...anyone know?)

    But yeah, beyond those 2 negative points (which were really more with the venue than with Moz himself) it was definitely worth the travel to see.
    asp55 -- Saturday November 13 2004, @01:13PM (#137474)
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  • The concert was great!!! Though it did take him an hour and a half to get on stage. The crowd was great and the song list rocked. I am still trying to figure out who the hell is JULIA???
    Princess E -- Monday November 15 2004, @12:47PM (#137740)
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