That's been fair to say since Nineteen Eighty Hate.Morrissey barely sings any Smiths songs live. If he stopped singing those songs altogether, like he did for several years earlier on in his career, barely anyone would mind because his solo work is strong enough to stand up on its own. The same can't be said for Johnny Marr; he has to play those songs. No one going to JM's gigs is singing along to his solo work. It's fair to say that these days Johnny needs Morrissey's words more than Morrissey needs Marr's music.
My mind is open and it's still crap.In the 80's I would probably have hit my head against the wall after watching that but I have to say it was actually very cool, I mean, why not? it's good to keep an open mind about things.
Johnny is a star, he can do whatever he likes.
My mind is open and it's still crap.
I still have much respect for him but Johnny Marr knows no end to the guest spot on stage tour that seems to never end with him. Can anyone here imagine Morrissey popping up on stage in other peoples' gigs as much as Marr does?
Or even once?
That clip don't dound great for sure, but I don't know if it's any worse than this by Morrissey's new bestie:
I also think no one can sing Morrissey's songs. But there is one cover in the world that is good as f. Tatu with "How soon is now"Eeeyyy that song is untouchable is from Moz!!!. I think no one can sing it, there are songs that are his and are not played !!!! And it cannot be mistreated!!! care!!!!! Ojoooo !!!!!Peligro mortal!!!
Rejected just lashes out at anything to do with Marr, just ignore her like most of the folks on MS do.
Did you really just say that the legacy of The Smiths belongs to Craig as much as it does to Morrissey without a hint of irony? You are joking, right? Because, and I can't believe I have to point this out, but no, no it doesn't.