Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall (Oct. 28, 2019) post-show

Discussion in 'Tour' started by davidt, Oct 29, 2019.

By davidt on Oct 29, 2019 at 12:00 AM
  1. davidt

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    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.

    Setlist:

    You'll Be Gone / Suedehead / Irish Blood, English Heart / Is It Really So Strange? / I Wish You Lonely / Morning Starship / Wedding Bell Blues / Lady Willpower / Why Don’t You Find Out Yourself / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Back On The Chain Gang / Home Is A Question Mark / Yes, I Am Blind / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Never Again Will I Be A Twin / Jack The Ripper / I’ve Changed My Plea To Guilty / How Soon Is Now? / Some Say I Got Devil / Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up On The Stage // Judy Is A Punk

    Setlist provided by Abrahan


     
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Discussion in 'Tour' started by davidt, Oct 29, 2019.

    1. Thewlis
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    2. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      The place was packed.
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    3. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      But not sold out. I notice you provide no wide shot? Hmm ....
    4. Mayfly
      Mayfly
      It is actually 22 shows played, not 23.
      Overall a pretty good tour.
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    5. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      so you’re now taking Jay Jay Fucking Casa’s posts as evidence? That lad is a classic case of a lazy bum. No intelligence, and without Morrissey, dear Joseph wouldn’t get a job ok civvy street. it’s ironic as serial yes man who cannot think for himself, M Jacobsen is one of the first to comment. Another one whom If Morrissey said eat a double quarter pounder, he would.
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    6. SuedeMoz
      SuedeMoz
      What do you expect? It was a rescheduled show and moved from the weekend to a weeknight. I think the real story is that Morrissey made good on redoing the show.
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    7. PuppetParrot
      PuppetParrot
      Skinny,I take it you are a scientist..an unemployed scientist of some kind.
    8. PuppetParrot
      PuppetParrot
      it was sold out as usual. for weeks it was been sold out.
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    9. Abrahan
      Abrahan
      From the rail.

      One half of the venue.
      [​IMG]
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    10. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I’m surprised he didn’t play It’s Over the whole tour. I would’ve loved to hear that live
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    11. CrumbsOfComfort
      CrumbsOfComfort
      You write the way Trump talks... very strange.
    12. Trill
      Trill
      I’d say she writes very much like PuppetParrot. Almost as if they were the same person. Hmmmm...
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    13. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Some excellant footage to windup tour so well done! Something I have observed through this tour and particularly on this footage from whole gig is Morrissey looking completely uncomfortable in the clothes he's wearing almost to the point that he wants to tear them from his torso long before the tee shirt rip during the encore! Also the almost constant hands in & out of his jacket pockets another repeat 'habit' throughout the tour, all of which combined I'm assuming was deliberate on Moz's part but anybody any ideas why? Morrissey through the years has taken immense pride in his stage appearance however on this tour he's seemingly went out his way to appear 'disheveled' on stage.
      That said, tour was an overwhelming success with Morrissey and the band giving it their all with some great set lists & great turnouts from the fans! Rest up Moz and hopefully see you back in Dear old Blighty soon!
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    14. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      It's a shame I can't watch the vids on that thread. Still haven't found that elusive record...
      I just found "Tell It To My Arse" signed by Morrissey's personal arsisstant.

      Might buy that anyway. Damon's signature will be worth a fortune when Morrissey dies.
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    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I noticed the disheveled appearance too... Chalk it up to this being the end of the tour.

      Was this show really sold out? I took a photo from the hill at the end, it didn't look completely full especially from the sides. People who arrived early got pit wristbands from ushers.
    16. Nerak
      Nerak
      I'm going to guess either he's in pain from some medical condition... or it's a drug addiction... or it's a tick he has when he's stressed.

      He looked as desperate as that in the late 90s when he was having a bad time careerwise. And in the early Smiths years he would touch his hair constantly as if he was anxious.

      The bad publicity in Britain & Ireland must be upsetting him. It's where his family live & they apparently read it all. I hope he finds his way out of it.
    17. Seneca
      Seneca
      Houston was an intimate affair - a personal side of Morrissey I have not previously been exposed to, loaded with consciously self deprecating vaudevillian gestures, being self consciously lame in a jokey way (at the end of the song he goes "Guadalahara!"), and towards the end of the middle of the set he becomes dead serious and broke down as if looking at all that's unfortunate in the world dead straight on and articulating his and all our own existential pain - I was quite surprised by this. He really did, actually fully bare himself without any ego, posturing himself and acting as if even he knows, is well aware of his own limits and blind spots and how lame even he can be or seem. I don't post on here, but I had to just say, all the things he gets accused of, seems so flimsy when actually seeing him in person. Also, songs off Low in High School have already proven to age well, playing them on this tour as if they were staples (Jackie's Only Happy). Other than that, the last two times he played Houston, he played Jack the Ripper BOTH times, which is a mesmerizing choice - "Your face is mean as your life has been"
    18. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      See, I'd love to believe that. But I can't.
      :tears:

      Key word here is "acting". Which is all he does, to con people.
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