Brighton - Brighton Centre (Oct. 14, 2022) post-show

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Setlist:

We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful / Our Frank / How Soon Is Now? / First Of The Gang To Die / Disappointed / Sure Enough, The Telephone Rings / Irish Blood, English Heart / I Am Veronica / The Loop / Knockabout World / Bonfire Of Teenagers / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Half A Person / Never Had No One Ever / Rebels Without Applause / Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want / Jack The Ripper // Sweet And Tender Hooligan

Setlist courtesy of Suedeheadsociety live, thread comments & verified by 'Buddy TC'.




 
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goinghome

Hearts securely stacked


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Thank you very much, Mozzer1980. Rated 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Requiescant, thanks for your reply too and there's good detail about the film up on the M-solo wiki page as kindly provided by FWD - https://www.morrissey-solo.com/wiki/Le_Sang_D'un_Poète

:guitar::popcorn:Onto my watch list it goes:guitar::popcorn:
 

gashonthenail

You will own nothing and you will be happy...
Looks like it was a great show in Brighton, and a fitting end to the current tour. Morrissey playing in Brighton and the passing of the great Robbie Coltrane on the same day made me think of his performance as Annabelle in The Fruit Machine. A British movie from the 1980s that could have taken its themes from a Smiths album - about two teenagers who run away to Brighton and try to set a dolphin free from captivity in an aquarium called Wonderland. The movie is well worth a watch. RIP Robbie Coltrane.

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Anonymous

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It's a piece of Jean Cocteau cinematic surrealism. I like it. I think it gives the ending of the show one dramatic final push. I don't think it represents suicide as such, just a visual metaphor for finality. Saying "the show is definitely over folks".
It's fine, but I do miss the playing of Sinatra's 'That's Life' once the lights go up. Stomping through broken plastic bottles out of the venue with this playing used to really signal the end of the evening. Now, except for the faithful who know it's over, all the casual fans still stand there thinking 'is he coming back to do another song?'
 
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It's fine, but I do miss the playing of Sinatra's 'That's Life' once the lights go up. Stomping through broken plastic bottles out of the venue with this playing used to really signal the end of the evening. Now, except for the faithful who know it's over, all the casual fans still stand there thinking 'is he coming back to do another song?'
Very correct about the leaving of a Mozz gig.
Our Doncaster gig was done for me when IBEH started.
We fled.... got a taxi then back to the hotel by 22.10.
This of course this would never be natural for me, alas I was with my 13 year old so no after party’s ECT

That’s life..... By Frank...
I used to dance my youngest on the back kitchen table to that song when she was about 3-4 years olde..
 

Requiescant

You Should Not Go To Them, Let Them Come To You...
It's fine, but I do miss the playing of Sinatra's 'That's Life' once the lights go up. Stomping through broken plastic bottles out of the venue with this playing used to really signal the end of the evening. Now, except for the faithful who know it's over, all the casual fans still stand there thinking 'is he coming back to do another song?'
Yeah, I used to love the Klaus Nomi intro and exit music. 'My Way' and 'That's Life' were fun, but a tad clichéd.
I think the Cocteau ending is fantastic, but as you say, my friend who was with me at the Glasgow show hadn't seen it before and kept asking me, "What the f*ck is this?! Is he coming back on?"
No mate, it's definitely over!🙂😉
 

Mozzer1980

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Here is a full gig on Youtube ( only audio )
 
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