Alain Whyte: "Southpaw" - live at The Hotel Cafe, Hollywood (20th September, 2019)

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WTF??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????:eek:

WHAT A CATASTROPHIC DISASTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:censored:

DOES HE HAVE COTTON BALLS IN HIS MOUTH WTF????:censored:

no shot of the crowd due to there being but 20 twats in attendance.:whip:
WHAT A DISASTER!!!!:head-smack:
 
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It is perhaps when I hear other people singing Morrissey's songs that I truly appreciate just how unique Morrissey's voice is.
Totally agree...this is one of my favourite tracks from Moz; the vocals here are just terrible tbh, but nice to see it regardless of that; was wondering when was the last time he did this one 'live'?
 
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Alain plays parts Jesse couldn’t dream of playing them.
We miss you mon pote Alain
Satan rejected your soul. Nope. I don't miss Alain. Jesse is fantastic. You are so annoying. Your song is Satan rejected your soul. And home is a question mark. Poor thing.
 
Totally agree...this is one of my favourite tracks from Moz; the vocals here are just terrible tbh, but nice to see it regardless of that; was wondering when was the last time he did this one 'live'?
This was the first time that "Southpaw" had been performed live, by either Morrissey or Alain.
 
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Thanks for that info...can't believe Moz has never done 'Southpaw' live...that's such a shame it's almost criminal.
It likely hasn’t made its way into the set list in the last 10+ years because no one else can play it properly.
 
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It likely hasn’t made its way into the set list in the last 10+ years because no one else can play it properly.
Morrissey on Southpaw:

"The intent of the song "Southpaw" shrinks back at least four times, stuck in blame; the concluding help me, help me voice virtually undetectable as the track is sucked away. We have never played this song live because it belongs only to that moment in 1995, and none other."
 
Morrissey on Southpaw:

"The intent of the song "Southpaw" shrinks back at least four times, stuck in blame; the concluding help me, help me voice virtually undetectable as the track is sucked away. We have never played this song live because it belongs only to that moment in 1995, and none other."
I think it’s time to let it out of it’s 1995 cage now.
 

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