476, if you include tonight's gig (is it over yet).How many gigs has he played?
Hey Walkers Crisp - you may see no worth in you -oh but I do!Me being a fat, hideous person never ever deserving such attention i thought i was in heaven..for evermore.
Hello Johan. It's nice to talk to you finally. As you know very well polls allow for 15 choices. With regard to this poll I combined both my personal experiences and my virtual experiences. There is some logic, some method, to every poll I create but I never reveal it. Because you asked:476, if you include tonight's gig (is it over yet).
I was surprised you put my favourite up, Brixton Academy 1995. Pure magic. Never seen an audience go so wild too.
Le Zenith, 1992, is a close second.
And both were on the list, chapeau!
How did you choose these ones?
From virtual experience, I must say I really would love to have been to the Phoenix show, August 9, 2002, when Morrissey returned after what seemed an eternity and played new songs (spectacular ones too) for the first time.
The pushing of passion. There were times at that gig that I was off my feet, lingering in air, squished between bodies. I remember people climbing over top to get out, asking us to get them out, and asking security to pull them out, etc. I remember when security handed us water bottles and we drank from them and passed them back to other devotees. The bruising of ribs, elbows at your sides, hands firmly on the barrier. Steam coming off bodies. After the show my white Moz t-shirt had blood on it but it wasn't my blood. Violence with malice I did not witness...only unbridled passion, reckless abandon, and the human injuries that sometimes come with said territory.Indeed. The Santa Monica Civic Center show was pandemonium. It was the first time I understood the crazy violence that goes hand in hand with the music. Until then I'd only read about it. When I experienced it, I was transported-- and soundly thrashed, although unbloodied and unbroken in spirit I managed to hang on for the duration at the front. Perhaps you shoved me, or I you. In any case, that show made the gatefold picture on "Rank" look like the queen's tea party.
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