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Skylarker

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Introducing Morrissey audio rip





..apologies that this is only in 160; couldn't find a better copy or a FLAC version on Smithstorrents.

Still sounds fine. Good soundboard recording presumably lifted from the VHS....it predates the DVD release. Great set.

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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Dublin Castle/Heineken Green Energy Fest



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...this is in 256. Sorry, couldn't find a FLAC link for you. Great, great bootleg.
 
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Skylarker

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The Smiths: Hammersmith Palais, 1984

...commonly known under the bootleg title The Last Of The English Roses. Really good recording.




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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Pinkpop Fest 2006



Couldnt find FLAC of this on Smithstorrents; only video. Many thanks to whoever ripped it and uploaded it originally.

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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Greek Theater, Los Angeles 1997



Admittedly not the greatest sound quality but it's certainly a listenable document (supposedly soundboard) from the Maladjusted tour; a live period in Morrissey's career from which good-sounding bootlegs are at a premium.

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Source/credit info/FLAC versions available at Smithstorrents here and/or here and/or here.

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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Olympia; Paris 2002





I stumbled across this one; forgot I had it. Very good sound; technically not an essential boot and at twelve tracks it's most certainly not the complete show but it sounds really good and it's a nice artifact from the Comeback tour.

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Here is a FLAC version of the complete show from Smithstorrents. I assume it's the same recording. I'd download it and convert it but frankly, as solid as this boot is; I'd rather spend my time and energy on other ones tonight.
 
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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Vina Del Mar 2012



...excellent document from the Wilderness Years 2.0 period...put up here originally by FLAX, I believe.

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Skylarker

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Morrissey: Phoenix 2002



...a very good quality audience recording in which he publicly debuts First Of The Gang To Die, The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores, Mexico, a terrifically revamped Jack The Ripper, and a one-time-only live version of At Amber, as well as the first performances of Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (in an anomalous full on rock arrangement as the set's opening salvo) and There Is A Light That Never Goes Out in (then) 16 years.

Really good show.



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Morrissey: Rock AM Ring 2006



Arguably the best document from the 2006 tour. Probably a video/web rip. Can't find FLAC audio or original uploader info on Smithstorrents.

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Morrissey: Phoenix 2002
...a very good quality audience recording in which he publicly debuts First Of The Gang To Die, The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores, Mexico, a terrifically revamped Jack The Ripper, and a one-time-only live version of At Amber, as well as the first performances of Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (in an anomalous full on rock arrangement as the set's opening salvo) and There Is A Light That Never Goes Out in (then) 16 years.

Really good show
Totally agree, this was a monumental gig.
Thank you for your continued efforts to keep the bootleg section alive. Appreciated,
Cheers,
FWD
 

Ben Budd

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Gonna smash this thread when I get home from work - need some new things to listen to on the treadmill these days.

Thank you very much for sharing.

And I maintain, PPPLMGWIW from Phoenix was his band covering Muse's cover of the Smiths.
 
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Morrissey: Paris 2014



This was kindly put up originally here in two increments awhile back by Solo user docinwestchester. It's soundboard sourced; an internet radio rip. A little muddy sounding but still very listenable and certainly at this point the best we're going to get from this touring period.

This link is to both chunks together, in the right order. Several tracks are missing though as I do not believe the whole show was broadcast. Perhaps they have since turned up; Smithstorrents had a thread about it but the links seemed bad so I didn't bother linking to it here.

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Skylarker

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The Smiths: The Electric Ballroom December 1983



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A good audience recording more historic than anything else. A very early show in their career, and the first time Barbarism was played...over a year before the studio version was released. Different lyrics, different arrangement, everything.

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