'Morrissey 25: Live' Review: Really Just for the Hardcore (Solo namedrop) - Digital Spy

'Morrissey 25: Live' review: Really just for the hardcore - review by Mayer Nissim - Digital Spy

Excerpt from film review, posted in digital spy, August 19, 2013:

Anyone watching Channel 4's recent One Direction documentary who thought such obsessive fandom is anything new has clearly never visited the Morrissey-Solo.com fansite or monthly Smiths Disco at Manchester's Star & Garter. It's not just tweenage girls tweeting their heroes. Hardcore Moz fans are of both sexes and often old enough to be parents to children who themselves are old enough to know better.​
 
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beewee

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Amazing, a pretty positive review.

It's interesting to see how others interpret this concert, as I attended it live. I thought the show as amazing, engaging, band and Moz sounded spot on.

I'm glad to see a positive spin on a review, the only one I've really seen so far. I'm excited to see the film and look forward to having it in heavy rotation amongst all the smiths, moz solo albums & DVD's.

Hope he is resting up well in both body and mind and ready to give it another go with a new album and appropriate tour scheduling (enough time between shows).

For those haters who say he's done, washed up, or over the hill; I guess it's time for you tune out now and move onto another artist(s). I think differently and feel he still has so much to give, he's 54 now and I like the outlook he brings in his new songs, it's not the smiths or early years anymore, you know?

BeeWee~
 

beewee

Active Member
Amazing, a pretty positive review.

It's interesting to see how others interpret this concert, as I attended it live. I thought the show as amazing, engaging, band and Moz sounded spot on.

I'm glad to see a positive spin on a review, the only one I've really seen so far. I'm excited to see the film and look forward to having it in heavy rotation amongst all the smiths, moz solo albums & DVD's.

Hope he is resting up well in both body and mind and ready to give it another go with a new album and appropriate tour scheduling (enough time between shows).

For those haters who say he's done, washed up, or over the hill; I guess it's time for you tune out now and move onto another artist(s). I think differently and feel he still has so much to give, he's 54 now and I like the outlook he brings in his new songs, it's not the smiths or early years anymore, you know?

BeeWee~

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realitybites

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^^^ You can delete these posts. Click Edit Post. Then Go Advanced (bottom right). Then check delete post in upper left corner. Then click delete post (down a bit to the right).
 

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