"Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up on the Stage" (Instrumental) MP3

Discussion in 'Downloads / Bootlegs archive (read-only)' started by Famous when dead, Nov 9, 2017.

By Famous when dead on Nov 9, 2017 at 6:52 PM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

    Dec 7, 2000
    Birmingham, U.K.
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    1. Anonymous
      Is there a similar page with Spent the Day in Bed and its instrumental version? If there is, would you please post the link? Thanx in advance.
    2. gordyboy9
      fantastic and mody,bung some lyrics on that and you could have a bond theme.love the start of it.
    3. Anonymous
      I like the song. It should have been the first single. However, listening to these instrumentals, I'm reminded that it's just another standard Buzz Boorer piece. He keeps repeating himself.

      Someone needs to inform the band that extended chords do exist, and it's legal to use them. It's not 1979 anymore and the punk ideology is dead. Sound like it.

      There's more to music than sliding octaves, power chords and major and minor chords. It's why they've failed to progress musically, and it's why The Smiths had such musical variety.

      It must get boring writing like that.

      Then again, it might not be entirely his fault. He once mentioned in an interview that Morrissey doesn't want much of a melody in the demos that he provides to him.

      Also, once Joyce mentioned that Morrissey got upset when he heard Johnny adding overdubs to the guide tracks that he initially wrote his vocals around. It was something along the lines of "What is he doing? He's ruining the song."

      Once Morrissey is done with tracking vocals you need to keep him out of the kitchen, but he owns the place now.

      Send home to work on the album art.
    4. marred
      I was thinking the same thing. I can't get my head around offering these two singles for free. I've ordered the vinyl anyway but this will do until the album arrives.
    5. Anonymous
      Oh Neal !

    6. Anonymous
      Any sign of this yet?
    7. Anonymous
      - No, it's called a start, middle and end. In the middle - of each verse - it's called a chorus !

      - No. Actually he said that it's up to Morrissey WHERE in the arrangements he places the start and chorus because you find that Morrissey is clever and gifted as Morrissey very often starts a song in a totally unusual place - for most musicians to cope with. You can actually LISTEN to Home Is a Question Mark and see this in action in 2017.

      Johnny added overdubs to all the songs. This is WHY they HAD to get a 2nd guitarist (just to play at live shows.) We all know how THAT ended btw....

      Morrissey doesn't go into the kitchen. They have a chef.
      And BMG worked on the artwork - it's not 1983.

      Apart from THAT, glad you posted ANONYMOUSLY so that we can all take you down,


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