King Leer cover by Alain Whyte

Alain Whyte has been doing covers of a lot of the songs him and Morrissey had worked on over the years. Great to hear them stripped down to their acoustic origins. I hope they collaborate again. To me, Alain was Morrissey's best collaborator. But anyways here's his take on King Leer. Kill Uncle is very underrated

 

NealCassidy

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Why does he go up to the fifth for the final a chord. No need mate
 

Watson

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Hmm I'm not sure Kill Uncle is underrated. At the time it was given a hard time by ahem 'critics' but it spawned an incredible tour and still holds up well to this day. Apart from 'Found x3' which is awful. Pity Moz doesn't return to some of the songs for recent tours...
 

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Hmm I'm not sure Kill Uncle is underrated. At the time it was given a hard time by ahem 'critics' but it spawned an incredible tour and still holds up well to this day. Apart from 'Found x3' which is awful. Pity Moz doesn't return to some of the songs for recent tours...

Unfortunately the music papers were just trying to make a business out of the Madchester scene. But like all fads, that didn’t last too long.

But, unsurprisingly...


Morrissey is still here.


True art can never die.


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Anonymous

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Unfortunately the music papers were just trying to make a business out of the Madchester scene. But like all fads, that didn’t last too long.

But, unsurprisingly...


Morrissey is still here.


True art can never die.


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Manchester made quite the scene on its own, well before the Smiths arrived on the scene. ...and it lasted well over 2 decades - so, I’m not sure what you’re on about.

Yes! Morrissey is still here and it’s true that “true art never dies”. His “art” lives in the liquidation and recycle bins. Forever.
 

Ketamine Sun

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Manchester made quite the scene on its own, well before the Smiths arrived on the scene. ...and it lasted well over 2 decades - so, I’m not sure what you’re on about.

Yes! Morrissey is still here and it’s true that “true art never dies”. His “art” lives in the liquidation and recycle bins. Forever.

You mad Chester ?
 
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BetweenTheirLegs

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A very odd record at the time of its release and still sounds wonderfully bizarre to this day.

Just how could you explain this album to someone who has never heard it? It really is so strange...

Thoroughly underrated.
 
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Anony

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Nice one! Don't know how we can hear the melody so clearly when it looks like he's just strumming the chords. Crafty!
 
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