David Bowie & Morrissey: "Cosmic Dancer (Live)" digital single & YT audio released today (November 13, 2020)



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Today (his Mother's birthday), sees the first track from the Central-asserted single release.
There is currently no sign of the B-side or the upgraded Tim Broad video.
Should they appear later - see this thread for updates.
First appearing in Japan via YouTube and Amazon, the 'single' is now available for purchase in the UK and the audio is on YouTube.
Also via Amazon France, Germany and Italy etc. - although the US site isn't listing it currently.
It is also on Spotify and other services will undoubtedly follow.

The live video appeared later in the day:

Regards,
FWD.


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7" single now available for pre-order on MPorium UK and EU.





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Ryan

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Has the mystery version of That's Entertainment appeared anywhere yet?

Or even better, are there scans of the single up anywhere so we can see the printed notes about it?

Is it the same vocals from 1991 but mixed differently?

Is it an entirely unreleased thing?

Is it just Boz tinkering with the original studio take?

Clarify ffs!
 
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Today (his Mother's birthday), sees the first track from the Central-asserted single release.
There is currently no sign of the B-side or the upgraded Tim Broad video.
Should they appear later - see this thread for updates.
First appearing in Japan via YouTube and Amazon, the 'single' is now available for purchase in the UK and the audio is on YouTube.
Also via Amazon France, Germany and Italy etc. - although the US site isn't listing it currently.
It is also on Spotify and other services will undoubtedly follow.

The live video appeared later in the day:

Regards,
FWD.


Posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:

7" single now available for pre-order on MPorium UK and EU.





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Check out the dentures on Ziggy Stardust. Polident, a mask or both ....post haste.
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

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Has the mystery version of That's Entertainment appeared anywhere yet?

Or even better, are there scans of the single up anywhere so we can see the printed notes about it?

Is it the same vocals from 1991 but mixed differently?

Is it an entirely unreleased thing?

Is it just Boz tinkering with the original studio take?

Clarify ffs!
No, it hasn't appeared and we don't know what it is.

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AnonMouse

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Today (his Mother's birthday), sees the first track from the Central-asserted single release.
There is currently no sign of the B-side or the upgraded Tim Broad video.
Should they appear later - see this thread for updates.
First appearing in Japan via YouTube and Amazon, the 'single' is now available for purchase in the UK and the audio is on YouTube.
Also via Amazon France, Germany and Italy etc. - although the US site isn't listing it currently.
It is also on Spotify and other services will undoubtedly follow.

The live video appeared later in the day:

Regards,
FWD.


Posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:

7" single now available for pre-order on MPorium UK and EU.





Related items:


Media items:
 

Famous when dead

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Amazon UK are now listing the vinyl pre-order and just to confuse things:
Also have January 29th as the release date as per HMV.
FWD.
 
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Things have come to a pretty pass when a single play of a Morrissey song on a radio station is worthy of mention.
I was commenting on the fact that it was played because I hadn't heard it as yet on any other radio shows I listen to. With it being 'just' a digital release at the moment I actually thought it was unlikely to be played and stood a better chance when the vinyl was released.
 
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Mandingo

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The last DJ in the UK still willing to play one of Steve's new releases. He should get a plaque!
Haha you're too predictable and your previous assertions that Morrissey has been dropped by the BBC have been proved wrong, both Everyday Is Like Sunday and First Of The Gang have been played on BBC Radio2 on Bruce Springsteen's show and Ken Bruce's show within the last few days plus as you say the new release on BBC Radio Scotland on Sat night. There may have been other songs played, I'm just going by what I've heard but one things for sure, you don't half talk one load of 'orse manure Captain Anony, goodnight and thank you!
 

Silent Reader

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I was commenting on the fact that it was played because I hadn't heard it as yet on any other radio shows I listen to. With it being 'just' a digital release at the moment I actually thought it was unlikely to be played and stood a better chance when the vinyl was released.
It's just the haters wanting to hate Mandingo. If it was all over the radio, they'd hate that as well.

To them, Morrissey is a 'racist' & either way, he can't win.

It isn't worth conversing with them.
 
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Mandingo

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It's just the haters wanting to hate Mandingo. If it was all over the radio, they'd hate that as well.

To them, Morrissey is a 'racist' & either way, he can't win.

It isn't worth conversing with them.
True SR but I've been enjoying hearing Moz on some radio shows i listen to last few days and I felt it was worth a mention.
 

Silent Reader

Bring on BREXIT! Only 37 days to go!
True SR but I've been enjoying hearing Moz on some radio shows i listen to last few days and I felt it was worth a mention.
Oh it was, make no mistake👍
 
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Anonymous

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Haha you're too predictable and your previous assertions that Morrissey has been dropped by the BBC have been proved wrong, both Everyday Is Like Sunday and First Of The Gang have been played on BBC Radio2 on Bruce Springsteen's show and Ken Bruce's show within the last few days plus as you say the new release on BBC Radio Scotland on Sat night. There may have been other songs played, I'm just going by what I've heard but one things for sure, you don't half talk one load of 'orse manure Captain Anony, goodnight and thank you!
Dude, the clue was in the phrase 'new releases'. Smiths songs and Steve's old solo songs will continue to be played but the main UK-wide BBC channels won't touch his new stuff with a bargepole anymore. 2020 is the first year ever that his new songs have been left completely off their playlist. Some deluded folk blame his age. Rubbish! Many of his 1980s peers continue to receive support. Radio 2 have even playlisted both the new Cliff Richard singles, and he's 80 years old. This is what happens when you start publicly campaigning for the far right, and telling the world you prefer your own race. Ugly stuff. Time to retract those comments. Let's hope he does exactky that in the new interview, if it ever gets published.
 
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Mandingo

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Dude, the clue was in the phrase 'new releases'. Smiths songs and Steve's old solo songs will continue to be played but the main UK-wide BBC channels won't touch his new stuff with a bargepole anymore. 2020 is the first year ever that his new songs have been left completely off their playlist. Some deluded folk blame his age. Rubbish! Many of his 1980s peers continue to receive support. Radio 2 have even playlisted both the new Cliff Richard singles, and he's 80 years old. This is what happens when you start publicly campaigning for the far right, and telling the world you prefer your own race. Ugly stuff. Time to retract those comments. Let's hope he does exactky that in the new interview, if it ever gets published.
If you look at my post you will see that I did acknowledge Anony's comment about a new release. Thing is this person has been banging on for well over a year that Moz has been cancelled by the BBC and in previous posts/threads said that they will NOT play his back catalogue or any new releases, I have always believed this to be garbage and was happy to provide evidence to back up my view.
 

Nerak

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Dude, the clue was in the phrase 'new releases'. Smiths songs and Steve's old solo songs will continue to be played but the main UK-wide BBC channels won't touch his new stuff with a bargepole anymore. 2020 is the first year ever that his new songs have been left completely off their playlist. Some deluded folk blame his age. Rubbish! Many of his 1980s peers continue to receive support. Radio 2 have even playlisted both the new Cliff Richard singles, and he's 80 years old. This is what happens when you start publicly campaigning for the far right, and telling the world you prefer your own race. Ugly stuff. Time to retract those comments. Let's hope he does exactky that in the new interview, if it ever gets published.

They lost a major court case to Cliff & they're keeping him sweet.

He was previously blacklisted from everywhere for being naff.


The idea that the British media is just sitting around waiting for Morrissey to retract a load of bollocks is cracked.

He's behaving weirdly so he's in limbo.
 

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