Nice interview with Jonny Bridgwood

Nice interview with Jonny Bridgwood:

Fifteen minutes with Jonny Bridgwood, bass player with Morrissey (1990, 1993-1997) - Julie Hamill / tumblr

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Skylarker

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Thank you for posting this, Peter. I am always eager to learn more about Morrissey's mid-90s musician history.
 

Bluebirds

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Thoroughly enjoy these interview things with various bods although apparently I've missed six.

So a busy morning for me then :)
 

sweetness522

My one true love
That was lovely, thank you. Very heartwarming to read about his special-needs daughter's love for Morrissey.
 

The Seeker of Good Songs

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When reading interviews like this and aspects of Morrissey's personality are described, I wonder if possibly Morrissey may have a slight case of Autism..such as Asperger syndrome.
 

billybu69

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A nice nice bloke, and this Julie Hamill she's a bit of a star.
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Lovely interview. Thanks, Julie. Johnny Bridgewood sounds like a wonderful man.
 

Librarian On Fire

Active Member
That was a very enjoyable interview to read. Thanks all round. Jonny is so nice. And Morrissey drinks the right tea. Nice one Moz you and me together!
 

smiffy

dont leave us in the dark
Does anyone in here actually drink different types/blends of tea on a daily basis. Its Yorkshire Tea all the way for me.
Am i missing out, ive only had Earl Grey once and i thought it tasted of perfume.
Should we start a poll on favorite teas.
 

billybu69

Junior Member
Subscriber
I agree Yorkshire tea is the winner. I have tried exotic brews like earl Grey, but they just don't cut it.
Does anyone in here actually drink different types/blends of tea on a daily basis. Its Yorkshire Tea all the way for me.
Am i missing out, ive only had Earl Grey once and i thought it tasted of perfume.
Should we start a poll on favorite teas.
 

The Cat's Mother

Unmentionable
Does anyone in here actually drink different types/blends of tea on a daily basis. Its Yorkshire Tea all the way for me.
Am i missing out, ive only had Earl Grey once and i thought it tasted of perfume.
Should we start a poll on favorite teas.

My staple teas are Assam and Yorkshire Tea. For something different I enjoy Lapsang Souchon or Earl Grey.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Jonny was playing bass the first time I saw Morrissey live at Battersea. That boy can play because most of those Southpaw tracks ain't easy.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Yorkshire Tea is quite nice in the a.m., or the 3:30 "Tea-Time". Although it's been a bit warm for that here in California. Freshly brewed Lipton, then chilled over night works too, especially in summer. Will try Yorkshire "iced"Tea next.
 

Jamie

Bluff, Ardour & Assoc.
Julie does such a good job engaging the people she interviews. Here's hoping she can land Gary and Spencer one day.
 

Guernie

Member
What a delightful read ! As Julie says at the end of the interview " Jonny you are very nice. " So true. He seems very contented with his life and has a wonderful family. Hopefully he can take his daughter to see Moz soon . What a gem !
 
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Anonymous

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A gem indeed. Bridgwood is a good one! However, the most hilarious bit here is Richard Hawley auditioning for Morrissey!?! Has this been known before?
 
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Anonymous

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Yes it was great interview and insight into what a strange weirdo silly Stephen is BUT!!!!!!!
W T F!!!!! Why the need to suddenly all be light fingered tea drinking experts??? WEIRDOS.
What if he said "Silly Stephen likes drinking caffe latte with lettuce sprinkles on the top"
A good interview and all you lot can take from it is that silly Stephen drinks different kinds of TEA !!! Classic.
 
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Anonymous

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Great interview. sounds like a lovely bloke. Nice positive comments on here! nice all round! Good work Julie
 
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