Rome - Atlantico (Oct. 14, 2014) post-show

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Set List:

The Queen Is Dead / You Have Killed Me / The Bullfighter Dies / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / Earth Is The Loneliest Planet / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Trouble Loves Me / Istanbul / Kick the Bride Down The Aisle / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / I'm Not A Man / Asleep // Everyday Is Like Sunday

set list provided by aliceasr and also setlist.fm, link posted by Belligerent Ghoul.



  • Photos (12 total) - Sottopalca Music Reporters. Link posted by Andrea Veroni.

  • MORRISSEY @ Atlántico, Roma, ITALIA photos (34 total) - MORRISSEY PERU / Facebook group. Link posted by morrisseyperu.
  • THE COMPLETE PICTURE (68 photos) - Comunidad Morrissey Smiths Chile / Facebook group. Link posted by www.thesmithschile.cl.
 
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Anonymous

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Thank you to everyone for posting news about the tour.
Hazard
England.
 

aliceasr

New Member
Hello to all the true Moz fans.
First of all the setlist:
I hope I am not wrong with the correct order but I am sure that only one song has been different from yesterday: he didn't play "Neal Cassady drop dead", but "You have killed me" me was added.
So, I can't remember the correct order, but I think it is this one:
The Queen Is Dead / You have killed me / The Bullfighter Dies / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / Earth Is The Loneliest Planet / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Trouble Loves Me / Istanbul / Kick the Bride Down The Aisle / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / I'm Not A Man / Asleep // Everyday Is Like Sunday

And now, ladies and gentlemen, what I remember of the gig.
I liked it more than yesterday even if the setlist was the same, except for one song. Maybe because I had three Ceres instead of the two of yesterday or perhaps because I was in the fourth row instead of the twelfth. I don't know why but I liked it more.
I arrived at the same time of yesterday and there was no queue at all. Maybe the rain (f***ing 25° C degrees on October 14th!) suggested to be fast in checking people? Nope, simply there was less crowd than yesterday. Atlantico is a quite big venue (I don't like it 'cause I believe it's "colder" than smallest venues) so if yesterday was sold out, with many people coming from the south of Italy, this night we had people who came back for the second night, english lads who had a 4 days off in the Eternal city and people who probably couldn't get the ticket for yesterday. Or maybe who couldn't attend yesterday, for some reason. Despite of this, and the fact that the venue was full at 50%, crowd was passionate and the gig very intense. No support act, only a clip of 30 minutes starting with Ramones and following with his myths of the 60's/70's. The man hit the stage at nine o' clock in a red shirt with the usual "The Queen is dead" followed by "You have killed me", the only different song from yesterday. I can remember that he said that "I know it's over", a song that he will never sing again, was inspired by Rita Pavone, a 70's italian singer and that "the next" song (I can't remember which one) was not inspired by Rita Pavone. Other things... on "The Queen is dead" he didn't sing "life is very long when you're lonely" and at "Speedway" he left people sing the first verses ("... down the hammer, can you see it in your heart? Can you delve so low?") . He got some sheets from lads of the first row and he read them smiling. He appreciated one of them 'cause he was very happy in reading it, beating his fist on his heart. At the end one tatooed girl (oh well, she was a look alike of a friend of mine but she was at home at the moment) could reach the stage and hug Moz. Tradition is tradition and Roma won't miss. Apart from this, I obviously can't understand why he doesn't change the setlist introducing some different song at each gig, but I accept it. And I will follow again, even if the setlist is the same. We are Morrissey ultras and we will follow even if someone will ask "Why, if nothing changes?". Don't know, but I am not used to ask myself about my behaviour. That's it.
 
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Anonymous

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Hello to all the true Moz fans.
First of all the setlist:
I hope I am not wrong with the correct order but I am sure that only one song has been different from yesterday: he didn't play "Neal Cassady drop dead", but "You have killed me" me was added.
So, I can't remember the correct order, but I think it is this one:
The Queen Is Dead / You have killed me / The Bullfighter Dies / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / Earth Is The Loneliest Planet / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Trouble Loves Me / Istanbul / Kick the Bride Down The Aisle / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / I'm Not A Man / Asleep // Everyday Is Like Sunday

And now, ladies and gentlemen, what I remember of the gig.
I liked it more than yesterday even if the setlist was the same, except for one song. Maybe because I had three Ceres instead of the two of yesterday or perhaps because I was in the fourth row instead of the twelfth. I don't know why but I liked it more.
I arrived at the same time of yesterday and there was no queue at all. Maybe the rain (f***ing 25° C degrees on October 14th!) suggested to be fast in checking people? Nope, simply there was less crowd than yesterday. Atlantico is a quite big venue (I don't like it 'cause I believe it's "colder" than smallest venues) so if yesterday was sold out, with many people coming from the south of Italy, this night we had people who came back for the second night, english lads who had a 4 days off in the Eternal city and people who probably couldn't get the ticket for yesterday. Or maybe who couldn't attend yesterday, for some reason. Despite of this, and the fact that the venue was full at 50%, crowd was passionate and the gig very intense. No support act, only a clip of 30 minutes starting with Ramones and following with his myths of the 60's/70's. The man hit the stage at nine o' clock in a red shirt with the usual "The Queen is dead" followed by "You have killed me", the only different song from yesterday. I can remember that he said that "I know it's over", a song that he will never sing again, was inspired by Rita Pavone, a 70's italian singer and that "the next" song (I can't remember which one) was not inspired by Rita Pavone. Other things... on "The Queen is dead" he didn't sing "life is very long when you're lonely" and at "Speedway" he left people sing the first verses ("... down the hammer, can you see it in your heart? Can you delve so low?") . He got some sheets from lads of the first row and he read them smiling. He appreciated one of them 'cause he was very happy in reading it, beating his fist on his heart. At the end one tatooed girl (oh well, she was a look alike of a friend of mine but she was at home at the moment) could reach the stage and hug Moz. Tradition is tradition and Roma won't miss. Apart from this, I obviously can't understand why he doesn't change the setlist introducing some different song at each gig, but I accept it. And I will follow again, even if the setlist is the same. We are Morrissey ultras and we will follow even if someone will ask "Why, if nothing changes?". Don't know, but I am not used to ask myself about my behaviour. That's it.

Ah, lovely post. Thanks Again.

And 'it takes guts to be gentle and kind' - well the only guts here are usually beer guts and there
is not much kindness, only questions, questions, questions and even then, the questions are usually
shit. And these often come from the moderators (but not always.)

Hazard
England
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Interesting pendant.
 

mcrickson

Reckless Endangerment
I can remember that he said that "I know it's over", a song that he will never sing again, was inspired by Rita Pavone, a 70's italian singer and that "the next" song (I can't remember which one) was not inspired by Rita Pavone.

He actually said he will never sing "I Know It's Over" again? That's kinda interesting, and kinda sad for fans, I suppose.
 

Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
Here is what I don't get: Morrissey has 10+ other songs that he has played in concert THIS YEAR (3+ in the past week), yet for back-to-back shows in the same city he only rotates one variation as compared to the previous night?!?!

Strange in that yes, the audience (many of which are the same for both shows) would appreciate hearing Hand in Glove, Disappointed, Yes I Am Blind, Irish, NFD, or... hell... even AYNIM. BUT..... as an artist, doesn't he want to mix it up a bit night after night?
 

Girlmostlikely

Active Member
Hello to all the true Moz fans.
First of all the setlist:
I hope I am not wrong with the correct order but I am sure that only one song has been different from yesterday: he didn't play "Neal Cassady drop dead", but "You have killed me" me was added.
So, I can't remember the correct order, but I think it is this one:
The Queen Is Dead / You have killed me / The Bullfighter Dies / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / Earth Is The Loneliest Planet / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Trouble Loves Me / Istanbul / Kick the Bride Down The Aisle / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / I'm Not A Man / Asleep // Everyday Is Like Sunday

And now, ladies and gentlemen, what I remember of the gig.
I liked it more than yesterday even if the setlist was the same, except for one song. Maybe because I had three Ceres instead of the two of yesterday or perhaps because I was in the fourth row instead of the twelfth. I don't know why but I liked it more.
I arrived at the same time of yesterday and there was no queue at all. Maybe the rain (f***ing 25° C degrees on October 14th!) suggested to be fast in checking people? Nope, simply there was less crowd than yesterday. Atlantico is a quite big venue (I don't like it 'cause I believe it's "colder" than smallest venues) so if yesterday was sold out, with many people coming from the south of Italy, this night we had people who came back for the second night, english lads who had a 4 days off in the Eternal city and people who probably couldn't get the ticket for yesterday. Or maybe who couldn't attend yesterday, for some reason. Despite of this, and the fact that the venue was full at 50%, crowd was passionate and the gig very intense. No support act, only a clip of 30 minutes starting with Ramones and following with his myths of the 60's/70's. The man hit the stage at nine o' clock in a red shirt with the usual "The Queen is dead" followed by "You have killed me", the only different song from yesterday. I can remember that he said that "I know it's over", a song that he will never sing again, was inspired by Rita Pavone, a 70's italian singer and that "the next" song (I can't remember which one) was not inspired by Rita Pavone. Other things... on "The Queen is dead" he didn't sing "life is very long when you're lonely" and at "Speedway" he left people sing the first verses ("... down the hammer, can you see it in your heart? Can you delve so low?") . He got some sheets from lads of the first row and he read them smiling. He appreciated one of them 'cause he was very happy in reading it, beating his fist on his heart. At the end one tatooed girl (oh well, she was a look alike of a friend of mine but she was at home at the moment) could reach the stage and hug Moz. Tradition is tradition and Roma won't miss. Apart from this, I obviously can't understand why he doesn't change the setlist introducing some different song at each gig, but I accept it. And I will follow again, even if the setlist is the same. We are Morrissey ultras and we will follow even if someone will ask "Why, if nothing changes?". Don't know, but I am not used to ask myself about my behaviour. That's it.

Thank you for the great review!!

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Great pics! My heart! And may I extend appreciation for the shirt:horny:
 

Librarian On Fire

Active Member
The pendants are becoming quite varied for this tour. The large turquoise stone and today a very unusual choice of a gold pentacle. Is Morrissey channelling some early 1970’s English heavy metal influence? Where is CG when you need her? The St Anthony crucifix must be at the bottom of the suitcase now. And again the two rings on each ring finger. Goes with the two watches.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Hello to all the true Moz fans.
First of all the setlist:
I hope I am not wrong with the correct order but I am sure that only one song has been different from yesterday: he didn't play "Neal Cassady drop dead", but "You have killed me" me was added.
So, I can't remember the correct order, but I think it is this one:
The Queen Is Dead / You have killed me / The Bullfighter Dies / Kiss Me A Lot / Certain People I Know / Earth Is The Loneliest Planet / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / Trouble Loves Me / Istanbul / Kick the Bride Down The Aisle / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Meat Is Murder / Speedway / I'm Not A Man / Asleep // Everyday Is Like Sunday

And now, ladies and gentlemen, what I remember of the gig.
I liked it more than yesterday even if the setlist was the same, except for one song. Maybe because I had three Ceres instead of the two of yesterday or perhaps because I was in the fourth row instead of the twelfth. I don't know why but I liked it more.
I arrived at the same time of yesterday and there was no queue at all. Maybe the rain (f***ing 25° C degrees on October 14th!) suggested to be fast in checking people? Nope, simply there was less crowd than yesterday. Atlantico is a quite big venue (I don't like it 'cause I believe it's "colder" than smallest venues) so if yesterday was sold out, with many people coming from the south of Italy, this night we had people who came back for the second night, english lads who had a 4 days off in the Eternal city and people who probably couldn't get the ticket for yesterday. Or maybe who couldn't attend yesterday, for some reason. Despite of this, and the fact that the venue was full at 50%, crowd was passionate and the gig very intense. No support act, only a clip of 30 minutes starting with Ramones and following with his myths of the 60's/70's. The man hit the stage at nine o' clock in a red shirt with the usual "The Queen is dead" followed by "You have killed me", the only different song from yesterday. I can remember that he said that "I know it's over", a song that he will never sing again, was inspired by Rita Pavone, a 70's italian singer and that "the next" song (I can't remember which one) was not inspired by Rita Pavone. Other things... on "The Queen is dead" he didn't sing "life is very long when you're lonely" and at "Speedway" he left people sing the first verses ("... down the hammer, can you see it in your heart? Can you delve so low?") . He got some sheets from lads of the first row and he read them smiling. He appreciated one of them 'cause he was very happy in reading it, beating his fist on his heart. At the end one tatooed girl (oh well, she was a look alike of a friend of mine but she was at home at the moment) could reach the stage and hug Moz. Tradition is tradition and Roma won't miss. Apart from this, I obviously can't understand why he doesn't change the setlist introducing some different song at each gig, but I accept it. And I will follow again, even if the setlist is the same. We are Morrissey ultras and we will follow even if someone will ask "Why, if nothing changes?". Don't know, but I am not used to ask myself about my behaviour. That's it.



cool review. thank you
 

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