The Smiths

The Smiths

Pretty funny writeup from Consequence of Sound:

The Smiths’ The Queen Is Dead Turns 30
A track-by-track breakdown of the celebrated album's most "Morrissey" lyrics
By Bryn Rich

Excerpt:

Thirty-seven minutes.

That’s how long it takes The Queen Is Dead to cover sleazy record company executives, unrequited love, regicide, suicide, organized religion, women’s bodies, dead poets, and pretty much every other theme you could possibly imagine. In one swoop, The Smiths perfectly summed up the personal and political challenges of life in the UK during Margaret Thatcher’s 1980s.
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Link posted by FROSTY (original post):

You’ve Got to See This Local Photographer’s Book About Her Teenage Years Touring With the Smiths - Washingtonian
By Greta Weber on June 8, 2016
Nalinee Darmrong captured the band at its commercial peak.
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Irregular Regular posted (original post):

Nice little interview with the author here:

The Day Morrissey Smiled: On Tour with The Smiths 1985–86 - Cuepoint / Medium
by Mike “DJ” Pizzo
Photographer Nalinee Darmrong captured intimate moments from the band’s fabled stint in the spotlight



Related item:
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If you are a fan of The Smiths, this amazing photo book from the personal collection of family friend Nalinee Darmrong is worth a purchase... for yourself or friends who are Smiths fans. All photos were taken by herself over a few of years traveling with the band. The book is published by Rizzoli and is on sale at Amazon right now. Forwards by Nalinee, Andy Bell of Ride, and Marc Spitz music journalist of Rolling Stone and others.

The photos are really great. Comparable to professional magazine photos.

The Smiths (Hardcover) - Amazon.com
by Nalinee Darmrong
  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Rizzoli (June 14, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0847848124
  • ISBN-13: 978-0847848126
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 1 x 12 inches


Link posted by FROSTY:

The Smiths by Nalinee Darmrong - END




Posted by kissmyshadestoo:

I found this on a Tumblr post here (soivechangedmypleatoguilty), there was an article in Esquire about the book...