morrissey frink thread!

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DAVIE

Guest
Hmm...I'll just name it "The Bed Took Fire", I actually only noticed a few months ago that it is the same track. I don't understand a name change of the same song
 

not_me_not_I

New Member
You might need to call it At Amber, in much the same way that the album is Viva Hate, although original title was Education In Reverse.
 

sistasheila

tjekket
this is a scan from a great photobook, huge size distributed by "stern" of david bailey,
a swinging sixties photographer,who also shot the kray twins

safetyhaven pointed the book out to me - thanks !
there is one another pic of david bailey in comtesse`s archive of that session
where he is smiling heavenwards:
http://motorcycleaupairboy.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=748&mode=search
so the following pic is from the same session, but unpublished
beside that stern book as far as i know.
after i posted it elsewhere joe frady-the mozarchive-master :thumb:
informed me he has posted a version of this pic last year in a smaller version.
i wasnt aware of it.
i dont want to resize it as the bigness in the orginal i want to reproduce.
2nd one is the biggest(4 diff sizes)
the pic doesnt fit in whole in the scanner

i try to look for diff version (diff pic quality)
of the 2nd one the next weeks if i have time but
i think this is the best i can do











wow finally photobucket seems to work for me again..there have been many times it crashes down when i upload pics therewhile imageschack always worked fine
 

Rosary

too much in love
Always charming and all man...















 

Rosary

too much in love










 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
i'm hung up on this song right now, and this delightful vid MUSTVE been made by a frinker.. ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo4HyvwOac8

(Sorry, forgot how to embed youtube, and its late so i cant be bothered to fight it)

Very nice Lottie, here you go sleepyhead:

[youtube]<object width="640" height="385"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/Jo4HyvwOac8?fs=1&amp;hl=en_US"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/Jo4HyvwOac8?fs=1&amp;hl=en_US" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="640" height="385"></embed></object>[/youtube]

And ROSARY is ON IT! Dayuuuum. I've missed pining over that face while trapped in weddingland for the last week or so. Wonderful selection to return to.
 

lottie

Love Me Outside!
Thankyou Cheeseblock, :thumb:
I do have the 'code' in a notebook, that typically isnt in this room right now..
(in fact im not even sure where it is! eek!)
 

dailyalice

Frink Squad Member
"Morrissey has no need of sex with people so long as he continues to have it with his audience. Each stage performance is so obviously a sexual release -- one of the things which makes his concerts so memorable and so sublimely, indecently unprofessional. If the yelps and yowls and the desperate, ecstatic falsettos on tracks such as "This Charming Man," "Barbarism Begins at Home" or "Maladjusted" hint powerfully at an orgasmic release, onstage they turn into a form of musical pole dancing -- a protruding, curling fleshy tongue, a salacious smile, a sadistic whipping of his mike cable, a coquettish swing of those magnificently inhibited hips, a tempting spasm of his shiftless body, a golden sparkly shirt torn from his back and flung into an audience which, as one, pounces on it and renders it to the tiniest, dampest, most fragrant fragments, while the curious love-object himself lies on the stage writhing around in ecstasy-agony or on his back, legs akimbo airborne or draped over a monitor in an obliging gesture towards his audience. A Morrissey gig is an extraordinary, epic, religious prick-tease. " - Salon.com, 2004 http://www.salon.com/entertainment/music/feature/2004/04/30/morrissey
 

lottie

Love Me Outside!
"Morrissey has no need of sex with people so long as he continues to have it with his audience. Each stage performance is so obviously a sexual release -- one of the things which makes his concerts so memorable and so sublimely, indecently unprofessional. If the yelps and yowls and the desperate, ecstatic falsettos on tracks such as "This Charming Man," "Barbarism Begins at Home" or "Maladjusted" hint powerfully at an orgasmic release, onstage they turn into a form of musical pole dancing -- a protruding, curling fleshy tongue, a salacious smile, a sadistic whipping of his mike cable, a coquettish swing of those magnificently inhibited hips, a tempting spasm of his shiftless body, a golden sparkly shirt torn from his back and flung into an audience which, as one, pounces on it and renders it to the tiniest, dampest, most fragrant fragments, while the curious love-object himself lies on the stage writhing around in ecstasy-agony or on his back, legs akimbo airborne or draped over a monitor in an obliging gesture towards his audience. A Morrissey gig is an extraordinary, epic, religious prick-tease. " - Salon.com, 2004 http://www.salon.com/entertainment/music/feature/2004/04/30/morrissey


oooh, :eek:
*goes to open a window*
 

Franissey

Senior Citizen Discount
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.


:love: I miss this guy.
 

lottie

Love Me Outside!
I don't... I... I don't know what to do. I can't breathe.

being a wizened old frinker, i'd say embrace it, go with the not breathing and just delight in the pic for as long as it takes you to learn to breathe again, :cool:
 
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