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Moz Related

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Came across an old NME from 16 Sept 1989 when I was sorting through some boxes.
Morrissey was asked to "have a sift through all that cultural bric-a-brac that clutters up your brain".....These were the results.

THESPIANS OF THE WORLD
John Mills
Yvonne Mitchell
Marjorie Rhodes
Alison Steadman
Maggie Steed
Alistair Sim
Elizabeth Spriggs
Kenneth Cranham
Maggie Smith

NOOKS AND CRANNIES
Billinge
Stressford
Freckleston
Milchester
Alpha Centauri
Salford skyline

OLD MASTERS
George Eliot
Arthur Marshall
Andre Gide
C.3.3

BACK ROW
Yield To The Night (1956)
The Member Of The Wedding (1953)
The Old Dark House (1932)
The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1934)
The Leather Boys (1963)
The Family Way (1966)
Jane Eyre (1943)
The Naked Truth (1957)
Hobson's Choice (1953)
Victim (1961)
The Servant (1963)
The Happiest Days Of Your Life (1950)
A Night To Remember (1958)

CATHODE RAVES
'We Are The Lambeth Boys' by Karel Reisz, documentary for BBC Manchester 1959 and 1985
'A Woman Of No Importance' play by Alan Bennett (1982)
Maude (1975) six episodes
Coronation Street (1960s/70s) venom and spite
Man In A Suitcase (1967) 30 episodes
Omnibus - Whale Nation (1988)

HANDSOME DEVILS
Diana Dors
Candy Darling
Patricia Phoenix
Animal Liberation Front
Gilbert & George

BIGMOUTHS - THE SINGER NOT THE SONG
Klaus Nomi
Shirley Bassey
Timi Yuro
Elvis Presley
Kathleen Ferrier
Buffy Sainte-Marie

ODD FELLOWS
Ernest Thesiger
Will Hay
Charles Hawtrey
Peggy Mount
Queenie Watts
Hannah Gluckstein
Hugh Paddick
Hattie Jacques
Agatha Christie
Kenneth Williams
Jobriath

SINGLES TO BE CREMATED WITH
1. 'The World's Lonliest Man' - Vince Eager (Top Rank)
2. 'Don't Take The Lovers From The World' - Shirley Bassey (UA)
3. 'What A Nice Way To Turn 17' - The Crystals (Philles)
4. 'There, I've Said It Again' - Sam Cooke (Keen)
5. 'Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets' - Dionne Warwick (Wand)
6. Strange, I Know' - The Marvelettes (Motown)
7. 'Third Finger, Left Hand' - Martha Reeves And The Vandellas (Motown)
8. 'I Take It Back' - Sandy Posey (MGM)
9. 'Heart' - Rita Pavone (RCA)
10. 'Shoes' - Reparata (Polydor)
11. 'Terry' - Twinkle (Decca)
12. 'Attack' - The Toys (Stateside)
13. 'I've Been A Bad, Bad, Boy' - Paul Jones (HMV)
14. 'Insult To Injury' - Timi Yuro (Liberty)

MOANCHESTER, SO MUCH TO ANSWER FOR
1. The Smiths
2. Hermans Hermits
3. The Buzzcocks
4. James
5. Ludus
6. Magazine
7. Inspiral Carpets
8. The Fall
9. 808 State
10. The Exuberants
SUB: Duncan Edwards
 
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taco taco

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dudes got good taste.

> Came across an old NME from 16 Sept 1989 when I was sorting through some
> boxes.
> Morrissey was asked to "have a sift through all that cultural
> bric-a-brac that clutters up your brain".....These were the results.

> THESPIANS OF THE WORLD
> John Mills
> Yvonne Mitchell
> Marjorie Rhodes
> Alison Steadman
> Maggie Steed
> Alistair Sim
> Elizabeth Spriggs
> Kenneth Cranham
> Maggie Smith

> NOOKS AND CRANNIES
> Billinge
> Stressford
> Freckleston
> Milchester
> Alpha Centauri
> Salford skyline

> OLD MASTERS
> George Eliot
> Arthur Marshall
> Andre Gide
> C.3.3

> BACK ROW
> Yield To The Night (1956)
> The Member Of The Wedding (1953)
> The Old Dark House (1932)
> The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1934)
> The Leather Boys (1963)
> The Family Way (1966)
> Jane Eyre (1943)
> The Naked Truth (1957)
> Hobson's Choice (1953)
> Victim (1961)
> The Servant (1963)
> The Happiest Days Of Your Life (1950)
> A Night To Remember (1958)

> CATHODE RAVES
> 'We Are The Lambeth Boys' by Karel Reisz, documentary for BBC Manchester
> 1959 and 1985
> 'A Woman Of No Importance' play by Alan Bennett (1982)
> Maude (1975) six episodes
> Coronation Street (1960s/70s) venom and spite
> Man In A Suitcase (1967) 30 episodes
> Omnibus - Whale Nation (1988)

> HANDSOME DEVILS
> Diana Dors
> Candy Darling
> Patricia Phoenix
> Animal Liberation Front
> Gilbert & George

> BIGMOUTHS - THE SINGER NOT THE SONG
> Klaus Nomi
> Shirley Bassey
> Timi Yuro
> Elvis Presley
> Kathleen Ferrier
> Buffy Sainte-Marie

> ODD FELLOWS
> Ernest Thesiger
> Will Hay
> Charles Hawtrey
> Peggy Mount
> Queenie Watts
> Hannah Gluckstein
> Hugh Paddick
> Hattie Jacques
> Agatha Christie
> Kenneth Williams
> Jobriath

> SINGLES TO BE CREMATED WITH
> 1. 'The World's Lonliest Man' - Vince Eager (Top Rank)
> 2. 'Don't Take The Lovers From The World' - Shirley Bassey (UA)
> 3. 'What A Nice Way To Turn 17' - The Crystals (Philles)
> 4. 'There, I've Said It Again' - Sam Cooke (Keen)
> 5. 'Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets' - Dionne Warwick (Wand)
> 6. Strange, I Know' - The Marvelettes (Motown)
> 7. 'Third Finger, Left Hand' - Martha Reeves And The Vandellas (Motown)
> 8. 'I Take It Back' - Sandy Posey (MGM)
> 9. 'Heart' - Rita Pavone (RCA)
> 10. 'Shoes' - Reparata (Polydor)
> 11. 'Terry' - Twinkle (Decca)
> 12. 'Attack' - The Toys (Stateside)
> 13. 'I've Been A Bad, Bad, Boy' - Paul Jones (HMV)
> 14. 'Insult To Injury' - Timi Yuro (Liberty)

> MOANCHESTER, SO MUCH TO ANSWER FOR
> 1. The Smiths
> 2. Hermans Hermits
> 3. The Buzzcocks
> 4. James
> 5. Ludus
> 6. Magazine
> 7. Inspiral Carpets
> 8. The Fall
> 9. 808 State
> 10. The Exuberants
> SUB: Duncan Edwards
 
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NFD

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The Buzzcocks

> MOANCHESTER, SO MUCH TO ANSWER FOR
> 1. The Smiths
> 2. Hermans Hermits
> 3. The Buzzcocks
> 4. James
> 5. Ludus
> 6. Magazine
> 7. Inspiral Carpets
> 8. The Fall
> 9. 808 State
> 10. The Exuberants
> SUB: Duncan Edwards

The Buzzcocks. I know Mike Joyce was a huge fan, other than this, I have never heard Morrissey say anything about the Buzzcocks.
 
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Johnny

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Re: The Buzzcocks

> The Buzzcocks. I know Mike Joyce was a huge fan, other than this, I have
> never heard Morrissey say anything about the Buzzcocks.

He was very fond of Howard Devoto hence the inclusion of both Buzzcocks and Magazine.

Both bands were brilliant mind.
 
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Jones

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Re: The Buzzcocks

> The Buzzcocks. I know Mike Joyce was a huge fan, other than this, I have
> never heard Morrissey say anything about the Buzzcocks.

I heard he was a big Buzzcocks fan. You can hear the influence in his lyrics I think. The same sort of quirky sense of humour.
 
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NFD

Guest
Re: The Buzzcocks

> I heard he was a big Buzzcocks fan. You can hear the influence in his
> lyrics I think. The same sort of quirky sense of humour.

Thanks, I know and I love them. I always wondered why they were never mentioned by the man. But I guess it was me that missed it.
 
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I Had a Love

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Jaysus, he liked Inspiral Carpets? Why?

Maybe he was being droll.

Anyway, would some kind soul explain the C.3.3 reference under "Old Masters"? Ta.
 
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Moz Related

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Re: Jaysus, he liked Inspiral Carpets? Why?

> Maybe he was being droll.

It was 1989...maybe he liked 'This Is How It Feels To Be Lonely' which was an OK song

> Anyway, would some kind soul explain the C.3.3 reference under "Old
> Masters"? Ta.

That was Oscar Wilde's Number when he appeared at the Reading Festival....
 
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naomi

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Re: The Buzzcocks

> The Buzzcocks. I know Mike Joyce was a huge fan, other than this, I have
> never heard Morrissey say anything about the Buzzcocks.

there is an interview where he mentions them, but I can't for the life of me remember when or where. Oh the squalor of my mind.
 
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Grim O'Grady

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Re: The Buzzcocks

Moz was at the Pistols gig in Manchester that the 'Cocks sorted so I guess he had a huge affection for 'em from the start eh? They started off here in Bolton how's about that then eh?

Grim

> He was very fond of Howard Devoto hence the inclusion of both Buzzcocks
> and Magazine.

> Both bands were brilliant mind.
 
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