It's just been voted the 56th best bass part of all time in BassPlayer Magazine.
'The Smiths were a group at least a decade ahead of their time, doomed to be more read about than listened to during their active career, and only fully appreciated several years after the band members had gone...
Just seen that the fantastically talented Rhoda Dakar, who has sang with The Specials and many more, is releasing a cover of Morrissey's Every Day Is Like Sunday.
Can only imagine the meltdown that will cause at Guardian HQ.
Link posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:
Brief video clip...
This was one of the most beautifully produced Morrissey Fanzines.
72 pages from 1995 in excellent condition.
Would love it to go to a good home.
Anyone interested let me know and I can send pics and more details.
Will post UK only. Sorry.
Content: Review of Your Arsenal Tour USA, UK, France...
You know the script. I bought 2 and then a second later my pal texted to say don't buy as he had bought 2 !
2 standing tickets for sale at face value. Hopefully I am not the only Morrissey fan left in Scotland.
Just been reading the Uncut special on The Who.
It mentions that Pete Townsend was due to produce Your Arsenal before work commitments on one of his various "Tommy" projects took over.
That was news to me.I've seen various names linked with Morrissey production duties in the past such a...
Some Smiths vinyl for sale.E mail any offers to [email protected]
Artist Title Format Country Year Catalogue Number Special Features Picture Sleeve (yes or no)
the smiths a. barbarism begins at home 12" uk 1985 RTT171 1 sided...
I watched the Andy Rourke / Mike Joyce DVD last night.
It started me thinking of some of the old regular inhabitants of Moz-Solo who are no longer around.
In particular the fantastic Andrea (Andy) Ison who, as some of you may remember, was fascinated with all things Rourkie.
This ones from about 1985..
"Because of my absolute artistic refusal to work,I lived with general starvation,heaps of court demands and moderate pleurisy.
"I was fully prepared to die with dignity clutching a moulded crust of bread,rather than join the spiritless serfs on the job market"