Bogota - Metropol (Mar. 17, 2012) post-show

Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Mar 18, 2012.

By davidt on Mar 18, 2012 at 4:00 AM
  1. davidt

    davidt Administrator Staff Member Moderator Premium

    Feb 12, 1997
    Post your info and reviews related to this concert in the comments section below. Other links (photos, external reviews, etc.) related to this concert will also be compiled in this section as they are sent in. Beware of anonymous set list trolls!

    Set List:

    First Of The Gang To Die / How Soon Is Now? / You Have Killed Me / Alma Matters / Black Cloud / Let Me Kiss You / One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell / There Is A Light That Never Goes Out / Everyday Is Like Sunday / I Know It's Over / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / I Will See You In Far Off Places / You're The One For Me, Fatty / Speedway / Action Is My Middle Name / Meat Is Murder / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want / When Last I Spoke To Carol // Irish Blood, English Heart

    set list provided by lindsey1151. Scan provided by morrisseyperu (more photos on the Morrissey Peru Facebook page)

    Photos (18 total) by Santiago Roa - Link posted by Revista Cartel Urbano's Facebook page.

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Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Mar 18, 2012.

    1. Anonymous
      I am so proud of Morrissey that he did not cancel any of the shows on his tour so far and now he has a month off and I am so proud of him and I love him very very much although you fans deserve to have cancellations and I hope he cancels on you all next month. You fans are two faced phonies and back stabbing hypocrites and you make me sick.
    2. CrystalGeezer
      Bipolar much? :squiffy:
    3. José Castillo
      José Castillo
      This one goes on Spanish, excuses for the folks overseas.

      Valeacabo de llegar del concierto, y la verdad fue todo lo que pudimos y quisimos esperar. En esta fecha de la gira por Sudamérica Morrissey se mostró estupendamente conectado con el público, emotivo y cercano. El set list no varió al que ya venía presentando en sus fechas anteriores y en esta ocasión cerró con IRISH BLOOD ENGLISH HEARTH. La banda con un sonido muy matizado, Morrissey realzo cada canción con su puesta en escena, era una maravilla escuchar la canción y ver al creador entregarla en esta narrativa escénica tan propia.

      Yo me encontré en primera fila, lo tenía en mis narices y créanme que la cuestión allá adelante fue intensa, sobre todo cuando lanzó su camisa y media concurrencia saltó a cogerla... la histeria era general, y marcaré como pico máximo HOW SOON IS NOW... la gente adelante enloqueció.

      Desde mi opinión creo que debo decir que todos quedamos sorprendidos por la nutrida asistencia, al final del concierto estando adelante pude observar como el auditorio estaba completamente lleno, no sé en la parte de arriba como estaba, pero tal vez nadie esperaba tal respuesta de los Fans de Moz: En Colombia somos muchísimos, la verdad quisiera saber como lo vieron otras personas desde su ubicación!... el comportamiento sin duda fue excelente.

      y bueno... que decir de Kristeen Young!..... qué artista tan fabulosa!!!!!!! no llevaba minuto y medio de su primera canción y la gente ya la estaba aplaudiendo... el publico se la consumió.... la adoró.... ella con lagrimas le agradeció a bogotá.... se despidió de la gira y ganó sin dudarlo una multitud de Fans que se casan con ella desde hoy-

      Bueno... fotos y videos mañana.
      Un saludo desde Bogotá!
    4. Anonymous
      I was at the Morrissey gig tonight at the Metropol, it was awesome, he put on a great show and the crowd responded well. I'm a British Expat in Bogota and I was concerned the crowd might be a bit dull.

      Sound was a bit crappy but not as bad as the London Arena, they had stuck some acoustic panels to the wall as the whole place is bare concrete. I think he picked the perfect venue, only holds about 3500, he filled it and it was still an intimate gig.

      Opened with First of the Gang and intermingled some fairly odd comments between his songs, tried his hand at Spanish too, throwing olé, gracias, muchas gracias and hasta luego into his patter.

      Would be keen to know who the line up was, there was Matt Walker, Solomon Walker, Jesse Tobias, then the keyboardist was a Colombian I think called Gustavo who made an emotional "I am home and look who brought me here" speech then there was a guy in a sequin dress called Gaynor Tension or something, pretty cool stage presence they all had.

      Awesome night thanks Mozza, made me proud to be a Brit tonight, hope you come back to Bogota next time you are passing.

      Oh and Kristeen Young was great too
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    8. Anonymous
      I don't understand this ridiculous idea that seems to have come about whereby the band have to perfom almost naked - except for Boz in his drag outfit. It just seems to me that Moz mustn't really care anything about Boz' feelings to go ahead with it. Clearly Boorer wouldn't feel comfortable just wearing a pair of shorts - if I were Morrissey, that would be reason enough to forget the whole idea.
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    10. Anonymous
      Anybody taking bets on band costumes for next month? My money is on Samurai Warriors and Boz as a Geisha.
    11. lindsey1151
      Setlist First of the gang to die / How soon is now / You have killed me / Alma matters / Black cloud / Let me kiss you / One day goodbye will be farewell / There is a light that never goes out / Everyday is like sunday / I know its over / ouija board ouija board / I will see you in far-off places / Your the one for me fatty / Speedway / Action is my middle name / Meat is murder / Im throwing my arms around paris / Please please please let me get what I want/When last I spoke to carol // Irish blood english heart
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    12. Anonymous
      I agree with you. You would think that Morrissey would have some concern/care for his band--especially loyal Boz. But, we see Morrissey as a selfish man degrading his band. Perhaps that is why he can't get good, talented musicians.
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    15. NoelF
      Irish but now living in Colombia, went to the gig last night, good solid set, sound quite good...particularly enjoyed Irish Blood, English Heart for obvious reasons, it being Paddy's day and for the outfits, wouldn't have looked out of place in a gay bar, the guys clearly didn't look comfortable...If Moz is going to subject his men to this he's gotta join in and put on a yellow hot pants himself.

      PS anyone have any more info on the intro songs and interviews, seemed like England in the 60/70's, was there any central theme?
    16. johnson
      i denounce all things morrissey
    17. Anonymous
      If I bought a ticket to see Morrissey and it turned out to be one where the band was a fat woman and a bunch of gay boys in shorts I'd want my money back.
    18. Anonymous
      Yes because you are the only fan thats not a 'back stabbing hypocrit'.
    19. Anonymous
      Morrissey is a bully. Don't try and tell me every member of the band is happy to wear those pants even if Boz is happy dragging up. The t-shirts as uniforms are bad enough when they're just something like the Nico ones or NY Dolls ones from years ago but stupid 6th form slogans... And as for the pants... Oh please stop. Shame is the name...

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