here is the scan....
So have I, he's all sprawled on a sunlounger!He says he doesn't have an iPod but I could swear I've seen a picture of him listening to one.
And thanks for the scan milli!
have you downloaded the file first ? For me it works:
Maybe its your pdf reader ???
The german version made more sence lolThanks for this. I copied the text from the PDF and Google-translated it, and here it is. There are flaws in the translation, but you get the idea...
Steven Patrick Morrissey, 49, the only
Morrissey, was a charismatic
and eccentric singer -
Texter the guitar-pop band The Smiths
famous. Since 1988 he is also known as
Solo artist revered cult. "The
Most pop stars have to be dead,
before they become such an icon
be, "wrote the British Independent
Magazine "on the media-shy
SPIEGEL: Morrissey, you are considered
melancholics great and infamous
Loner of British pop music.
On the cover of your new
Album, "Years of Refusal", the middle
February appears, press lovingly
a baby at the breast. Have
It is just before your 50th Birthday
reconciled with the world?
Morrissey: In fact, I would like to
the portrait show that I softer
I have become. Sebastien is the name of
Small, represents the very beautiful:
Of the opening of my heart and
the protection of the child prior to the World
out there. Much of me is negligent,
become more relaxed. I belonged
never become a clique that had me in my
Life is easy too often denied
has always been at war with the world. I
am now myself and others
much more tolerant than ever before,
and that was important to me.
SPIEGEL: You just say, it's you
now actually good?
Morrissey: I was so abgefunden,
to live without love. That works better,
than most people imagine
can. And with age
I am actually getting better. A
SPIEGEL: Are you ever even further
Songs can write, if your
Mood remains so well?
Morrissey: Probably not, but what
we should do the same for his songs?
SPIEGEL: You are one of the heroes of the British
Pop culture, but have been
a difficult relationship with your homeland.
Last lived in Rome. Come
Now back to England?
Morrissey: No, I have absolutely no
Home more, I'm the last three years to some
homeless because I am always on the
am. Most of my stuff
in warehouses around the world
SPIEGEL: The mighty British music press
has had over a year again
with you, and you as a strange world
Eccentrics accused the
Traditions of old England adjures
and before Überfremdung warns. What was
Morrissey: In England there is the music press
in severe turbulence. The circulation
falls, what helps the other hand, are wild
Sensational stories. In addition,
I repeatedly committed the sin, and prices
Awards to reject the professional world.
That no one else dares, which she has not
amused. And I always fall back on
herein that British journalists
friendly can do. But once they
Interview in the box, change the
Questions, answers, so the whole
Conversation. Because they are so precisely their scandals
construct. But nobody can give me xenophobia
SPIEGEL: You will always be an inclination to
Nostalgic said. Do you suffer from
modern times in which all digital
and is available?
Morrissey: I instinctively oppose everything.
I've never owned a mobile phone, while
will remain so, because with a mobile phone
it is always easy to locate
and monitored. It is a nightmare
at any time to be localized. If I
something had, I would have to persecution
SPIEGEL: But you have a computer?
Morrissey: Even more. But I have
no iPod, and never do music from the
Internet. Music from computers
sounds horrible, it is their
Sonority robbed. I feel
Most of the achievements of
modern technology as destructive,
even if they do often helpful
seem to be. Music is
as a cultural form completely devalued, they
has lost its cultural significance.
Everywhere, in television advertising in
each film, and in any business, whirrs
in the background. And pay
we must also not more.
When I grew up, music was much
SPIEGEL: What was popular music
to your life?
Morrissey: I come from a
large family, and when I have a child
was started because several teenage girls
rum, which nonstop pop music
heard, they were obsessed.
Since I have six, I am similar.
I have the British music press
formerly with religious zeal devoured.
Today, all this would somehow
look like rock stars, have to
Home guitars and amplifiers and
play on home computers soon
times a CD. Pop is now in the
In all layers of society and
Generations established. But beginning
the seventies, I was still
Eccentric because I will rock singer
SPIEGEL: Do you have in front of the mirror in the
Morrissey: And if so loud and persistent,
that the neighbors regularly complained.
But complaints were
I never stop, that's up to me
SPIEGEL: The U.S. magazine "Rolling
Stone has at best a hundred
Singers of all times elected. Surprised?
Morrissey: No, these lists are for me
irrelevant. Who can presume that
to determine the best singer? Is that
Mick Jagger or Paul McCartney? Such a
Nonsense. The best touch your heart,
alone that is the point. Interview:
d e r s p i l e g e 4 / 2 0 0 9 123
Singer Morrissey: "Always at war only with the World"
"Without love to live"
The British star Morrissey about his new album,
his restlessness and his disturbed
Relationship to music from your computer