A brief return for the A-Z, to catch us up on the three demos posted on YouTube by SER about a month ago.
This is a Morrissey/Lopez composition, seemingly from the IANADOAC sessions.
What do we think of this one?
It was very strange. Episode 1 (last week) was a fairly typical music documentary, fronted by Dylan Jones, with interviews, context, etc. While Episode 2 (last night) looked like an expanded edition of TOTP2. What a weird stylistic choice for this series.
Also, I once had a breakfast meeting...
A long article in the LA Times about Dia de Muertos and creating an altar for a loved one, including this snippet:
Memorial items. Place photos of the person or people you want to remember and be visited by. You should also have a few of their favorite things waiting for them. Did the deceased...
Yes, it does rather smack of a box-ticking exercise by a management company, just because it's something you're supposed to do.
But if this means we're maybe inching closer to some kind of release for Bonfire, then that's good.
Good interview with Belinda Carlisle in advance of The Go-Go's being inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame. Including this section:
Craziness never goes out of style. When you think of those artists, who got to be craziest as they evolved in their career, and really just had that don't care about...
Our final song in the A-Z is this Morrissey/Boorer composition, a B-side on the "Certain People I Know" single.
What do we think?
And on a side note, it's hard to believe that we started this A-Z thing back on January 11th. Huge thanks to @This Charming Bowie who kicked the whole thing off...