San Diego, CA - Valley View Casino Center (May 22, 2012) post-show

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Set List:

How Soon Is Now? / You Have Killed Me / Alma Matters / You're The One For Me, Fatty / Shoplifters Of The World Unite / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / When Last I Spoke To Carol / Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me / Everyday Is Like Sunday / To Give (The Reason I Live) / Ouija Board, Ouija Board / Meat Is Murder / Let Me Kiss You / People Are The Same Everywhere / I Will See You In Far Off Places / Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want / Scandinavia / I Know It's Over / Speedway // Still Ill

set list provided by an anonymous person



  • Morrissey Tells San Diego: 'SeaWorld Sucks' - The PETA Files. Photos (2) by Joe Scarnici/FilmMagic.

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Although we couldn't sing him Happy Birthday-Las Mañanitas, we tried, I did got on the radio (91X) with Christy Taylor at around 7:30 p.m. and made the announcement live from the parking lot, maybe next time we pitch in and get him a Mariachi, all and all one of the best shows I've seen (this was my 21st) I also liked that he acknowledge that we where there with him 25 yrs. ago, and also that he mentioned Robin Gibb before "Meat is Murder"
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
The gift he was handed and he read was a poster-sized orange piece of paper with what I think was Oscar Wildes face on it. He said "What am I supposed to do with this?" then read it this outloud:


53rd and 3rd
Standing on the street
53rd and 3rd
I'm tryin' to turn a trick

53rd and 3rd
You're the one they never pick
53rd and 3rd
Don't it make you feel sick?

Indeed a Ramones lyric. I guess 53rd and 3rd was a popular New York hang out for gay prostitutes. Very Mary Magdalene IMHO even though she wasn't a f***ing prostitute.

Also during the pause in Speedway he recited about 8 lines of a poem about today not mattering since tomorrow we'll be dead. I'm sure someone will post song this and figure out what it's from. And he DID walk out and sing acapela "It's my party and I'll cry if I want to." then they broke into the first song. Also after they bowed before the encore, Gustavo grabbed the mic that fell down to child's height and he leaned down and said Feliz Compleanos to Morrissey which made the crowd go bonkers. I'm sure I'll remember tidbits all day long.
 
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CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Although we couldn't sing him Happy Birthday-Las Mañanitas, we tried, I did got on the radio (91X) with Christy Taylor at around 7:30 p.m. and made the announcement live from the parking lot, maybe next time we pitch in and get him a Mariachi, all and all one of the best shows I've seen (this was my 21st) I also liked that he acknowledge that we where there with him 25 yrs. ago, and also that he mentioned Robin Gibb before "Meat is Murder"

I applaud your effort to make that happen. :thumb:
 

Biggoof009

Junior Member
Isn't this the first time ever he's done 'Ouija Board" live? Sounds like it was a great show, im sorry i missed it, but glad to see so many others went & had a great time.

Hey Moz: Try to "fit" Black Eyed Susan into one of your future setlists, ok?
 
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Anonymous

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Some strange lyric changes in Please, Please, Please. Something about YouTube.[/QUOTE]
Does anybody know what he said about YouTube?
 
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Golcher

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After two failed attempts third was the charm and it was amazing! I did love the setlist except for a couple of song but it was a great experience.
 
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Anonymous

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I sincerely hope someone will post "Please Please Please"...
 
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Anonymous

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Some strange lyric changes in Please, Please, Please. Something about YouTube.
Does anybody know what he said about YouTube?[/QUOTE]He got choked up, stopped singing and then started laughing and said "youtube, yeah youtube"
 
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Anonymous

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Some strange lyric changes in Please, Please, Please. Something about YouTube.
Does anybody know what he said about YouTube?[/QUOTE]

from where i was, it looked like he started crying and walked away and wiped what i assume were tears from his face, and then he said the "youtube" comment.
 
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Anonymous

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Some strange lyric changes in Please, Please, Please. Something about YouTube.
Does anybody know what he said about YouTube?[/QUOTE]

I think he was annoyed that he was singing the song and everybody was filming it to put up on You Tube, so he just ranted YouTube!YouTube! a couple of times. Thats what i got from my vantage point.
 
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Deleted member 6305

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Amazing show, great energy from where I sat. Calm but everyone into it and singing along. There was a half hearted attempt to sing happy birthday between the show and the encore while he wasn't even onstage. :p there just wasn't ever a long enough pause, I think we were anticipating hearing what he had to say between songs and didn't want to disrupt that. The band was tight and Moz's voice perfect. Some of the banter included declaring that the audience was free, as in free to fly I assume. Also he said he's been following the election and told us not to vote. (Don't listen to him. Vote for BARrack. Kthx.) he also said that when we were safe at home in bed and our hands under the covers to think of him. He made reference to St Rita and how she's the patron saint of lost causes and guides him. If there's YouTube footage of that it is cute as hell because he was all tongue tied and sweet. I'm sorry I can't remember the song it was before. He did pay homage to Robin Gibb before MIM which was awesome. Some strange lyric changes in Please, Please, Please. Something about YouTube, I couldn't hear it. Also couldn't read what the bands shirts said if anyone caught that. He only through one shirt to the crowd during LMKY. I did see a dude leave on a stretcher in the back. That guy whose neck everyone thought was snapped somehow came from backstage, I saw the whole thing, kind of freaky because it caught security off guard which might explain why they were harsh. The parking lot crowd was delightful. If I were a stoner I could've been so high last night, three different offers to smoke out. :D it was a fantastic party. Except driving away, I always get massive seoeration anxiety and sadness, and a two hour drive alone is no fun, but after that wore off my memory of the night was that it was fantastic and Morrissey seemed to have an awesome time. I was honored to be a part of it.

How cool! This gets me super excited for Friday. :thumb: As for the election, just like in '08, I will be writing in Steven P. Morrissey.
 
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goinghome

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How cool! This gets me super excited for Friday. :thumb: As for the election, just like in '08, I will be writing in Steven P. Morrissey.

Yeah, very good, thanks to cg. And to themexmoxfan for info.

And now, may God forgive me
 
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Iona Mink

Despitemybetterjudgement
A little bit about St Rita.

strita.jpg


Feastday: May 22
Patron of impossible cases
Died: 1457

St. Rita was born at Spoleto, Italy in 1381. At an early age, she begged her parents to allow her to enter a convent. Instead they arranged a marriage for her. Rita became a good wife and mother, but her husband was a man of violent temper. In anger he often mistreated his wife. He taught their children his own evil ways.

Rita tried to perform her duties faithfully and to pray and receive the sacraments frequently. After nearly twenty years of marriage, her husband was stabbed by an enemy but before he died, he repented because Rita prayed for him. Shortly afterwards, her two sons died, and Rita was alone in the world. Prayer, fasting, penances of many kinds, and good works filled her days. She was admitted to the convent of the Augustinian nuns at Cascia in Umbria, and began a life of perfect obedience and great charity.

Sister Rita had a great devotion to the Passion of Christ. "Please let me suffer like you, Divine Saviour," she said one day, and suddenly one of the thorns from the crucifix struck her on the forehead. It left a deep wound which did not heal and which caused her much suffering for the rest of her life. She died on May 22, 1457. She is the patroness of impossible cases. Her feast day is May 22.

http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=205
 
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Iona Mink

Despitemybetterjudgement
Yeah, very good, thanks to cg. And to themexmoxfan for info.

And now, may God forgive me


That woman singing all the way through that clip deserves to have a sock ball shoved firmly down her gullet.
 
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goinghome

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That woman singing all the way through that clip deserves to have a sock ball shoved firmly down her gullet.


:lbf: It's probably safe to bet that you're no reincarnation of St. Rita! Thanks for the info, Iona Mink. Why did some of those saints want the pain when even Jesus asked for the cup, the passion, to be taken from him if at all possible? What on earth goes on in people's heads, for goodness sake?! Pavlov's dogs probably have something to do with it...

Thanks, Jay, for lovely photos! :thumb:
 

joemac

New Member
Am I the only one a bit disappointed with Morrissey telling the crowd to "not vote"? It seems many people Morrissey has railed against in his lyrics exist on the right, and Obama is the only candidate in history publically siding with gay marriage. And not that I know every Moz fan personally, but i think some of them may benefit from free public healthcare. It would be nice if he suggested that people vote against the candidate who is not for gay rights, women's rights, or public health care.
 
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Anonymous

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Am I the only one a bit disappointed with Morrissey telling the crowd to "not vote"? It seems many people Morrissey has railed against in his lyrics exist on the right, and Obama is the only candidate in history publically siding with gay marriage. And not that I know every Moz fan personally, but i think some of them may benefit from free public healthcare. It would be nice if he suggested that people vote against the candidate who is not for gay rights, women's rights, or public health care.
Well he mentioned and performed "people are the same everywhere" So I assume he feels ( much like I do) that choosing between two hand picked puppets really doesn't make that much difference in the end. Then again I am just assuming so yeah...
 
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Anonymous

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The greatest part of the stage invasions is seeing those moronic heavies scurrying around across the stage trying to keep order. Spinning plates comes to mind :)
 
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