"Everyday Is Like Sunday" from "Morrissey 25: Live" video - NME.com

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    1. CrystalGeezer
      CrystalGeezer
      I love Moz scat. :D

      (I'm relieved the camera doesn't reach where I stood kinda prominently. Whew!)
    2. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I hate to say it, but the band sound leaden, slow and dead, and the audience look similarly comatose. Hope the rest of the footage is better than this. :(
    3. 'ullMoz
      'ullMoz
      Sorry but the sound mix is awful on that! That band in particular is just one loud, indistinguishable noise.

      Not a patch on the axed Hollywood Bowl filming.
    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Where's the tempo?!? My biggest gripe about Moz's recent live band is that they slow the songs down so much as to make them all plodding and boring. There is a Light on the Earl's Court release is essentially unlistenable for the same reason. Pick up the speed, boys!
    5. Morrissey_Sucks
      Morrissey_Sucks
      I agree. Band sounds like they are playing a pre-school recital - utterly painful! Morrissey, on the other hand, sounds in good form.

      I could go on asking the question why Morrissey performs with this band (and writes new material with the members), but I believe at this point I would just be beating a dead horse!

      Ah, what could have been? What could have been....
    6. CrystalGeezer
      CrystalGeezer
      No posts. 8 posts. 18 posts. All the same opinion. Thank you for your input, have a lovely day.
    7. Eric Hartman
      Eric Hartman
      How can anyone watch this and say it's a splendid performance?

      Morrissey, for the love of God, get your shit together. This will not do.
    8. Sweetie Pie
      Sweetie Pie
      Look, I agree that this rendition is slightly in power ballad territory compared to the gorgeous 2004 Move Festival performance, for instance.
      But, I still think Morrissey's voice is incredible.
    9. jdbabz
      jdbabz
      Cringe* I wanted that to be good so much. The band are funeral march slow, the crowd can't be blamed. It needs a bit of oomph and speed. Morrissey decides to talk and then decides that he is the Russian la la la guy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUF6EF-WgvU
    10. CrystalGeezer
      CrystalGeezer
      Does everyone just want him to go out and lip sync to the studio version? :squiffy: Maybe he's feeling hesitant so it's slow...the band knows what they're doing. ffs.
    11. Morrissey_Sucks
      Morrissey_Sucks
      Why do you come here? Why read and why post if you feel that way? You're just wasting your time and everyone's time with your substance-lacking posts. Ho hum.


    12. jdbabz
      jdbabz
    13. FAN
      FAN
      This is a slow, sad performance by the band. There really is no life or energy to them, as they plod through the show.

      It would be nice for the old days when Boz, Alain, Gary, and Spencer rocked out!
    14. jdbabz
      jdbabz
      One of the reasons Moz hates this place so vehemently is that the majority on this forum criticize the band, no smoke without fire I'm afraid.
    15. Irregular Regular
      Irregular Regular
      Does anybody remember this man?

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    16. jdbabz
      jdbabz
      How to get the audience eating out of the palm of your hand.
    17. Irregular Regular
      Irregular Regular
      Indeed. :)
      He looked happy back then, pleased to be on stage, singing in front of his bread and butter fans in Manchester.
      Unfortunately the clip at the top of this page does not compare favourably.
      The passing of time, and all of its sickening crimes...
    18. Eric Hartman
      Eric Hartman
      His Mozjesty should lose the Diva tude. This video sucks, his band sucks and he hasn't written a decent song in almost a decade. He has two options: get his shit together or retire.
    19. Johnny Barleycorn
      Johnny Barleycorn
      Nine summers and a thousand years ago.
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