"Introducing Morrissey" DVD to be released in September 2014 - TTY

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    Introducing Morrissey: DVD to be released in September 2014 - true-to-you.net
    6 June 2014

    In September 2014, Parlophone UK will give the first DVD release of Introducing Morrissey, a film of Morrissey's British concert tour of 1995 which had only previously been available on VHS. The film will be released on DVD format for the first time.
     
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    1. Skylarker
      Skylarker
      I thought this already was on DVD.

      I never liked this one as much as Live in Dallas. Nothing beats Live in Dallas.

      But...the Vauxhall stuff sounds SO much better on this than on the record.
    2. Mozza220559
      Mozza220559
      This is ace!

      I've got it on VHS but have been waiting for a proper DVD for yonks! :guitar:
    3. hand in glove
      hand in glove
      Great new!!!

      I've got it on VHS, too, but I haven't watched it in ages. Don't even have a VHS plugged in!
    4. FabioDutra
      FabioDutra
      YAAS!

      2013/14 has been great about releases stuff, old and new.
    5. Ryan
      Ryan
      I was wondering when this would finally happen.
    6. Irregular Regular
      Irregular Regular
      Yes, but why couldn't it have been included as the bonus disc on the Vauxhall re-release?
    7. joe frady
      joe frady
      Who the hell releases DVDs anymore? This would have looked sweet on Blu-Ray. It was shot on film. I'm assuming that Parlophone UK wouldn't have scanned the original camera negative at 4K, cleaned it up, colour corrected it and then transferred to Blu-Ray. More likely they stuck the VHS in a video/dvd combo machine and hit 'record'.
      Better than nowt, I suppose.
    8. MozAngeles818
      MozAngeles818
      Hopefully they release on Blu-Ray!
      Regardless, the setlist for this concert tour was amazing.
      Looking forward to this.
    9. mr.m
      mr.m
      Yes! At last:guitar:
    10. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I seriously detest technology snobs like you. You probably also warble on about how over-produced records are (ouch, did I say 'record'?, who releases records any more?).

      End of.
    11. Stoned
      Stoned
      You are asking too much I.R. :lbf:

      Cheers Moz
    12. Tbevie
      Tbevie
      Brilliant. I've got a VHS to DVD conversion copy that a bought on eBay a few years ago but the quality is not great, so I'm really looking forward to this.
    13. Stoned
      Stoned
      Oh yes.....and for the wallet too :D

      Cheers Moz
    14. Mozzersmandan
      Mozzersmandan
      this is moz at his absolute peak IMO

      from the intro music to the final note of speedway everything is special

      will buy
    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Not keen on the D V D title it suggests that he turns up at gigs.
      " Not definite but maybe introducing Morrissey fingers crossed " Sounds more in the reall world of things don't you ?
    16. prisoner77
      prisoner77
      Oh Blackpool. The rock the roll.
    17. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      just wish the concert had been filmed in blackpool.instead of being split with Sheffield.as I managed to get on stage at blackpool.but was missed on the vhs,,well sick.,,footylammy
    18. robert
      robert
      +1. DVD is outdated, BD is where it's at.
    19. 21punksalute
      21punksalute
      It would have been better if he's sold it to Netflix, it's been more than 150 years since anyone has watched a "DVD " .

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