San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Oct. 3, 2019) post-show

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Setlist:

Panic / Alma Matters / Hairdresser On Fire / Suedehead / Satan Rejected My Soul / Home Is A Question Mark / Morning Starship / Wedding Bell Blues / Lady Willpower / I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris / I Wish You Lonely/ Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself / That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore / Back On The Chain Gang / Seasick, Yet Still Docked / If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me / Munich Air Disaster 1958 / The Bullfighter Dies / Never Again Will I Be A Twin / Some Say I Got Devil / Jack The Ripper // Everyday Is Like Sunday / How Soon Is Now?

Setlist courtesy of setlist.fm


 
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good to hear that folks had a great time last night singin along in harmony...
 
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Anonymous

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what's the diff?!

when my sister was little she had this boyfriend that used to write her these really bad poems that my mom and I would make fun of mercilessly. one of them went "I love you best in my best vest". how am I supposed to love Morrissey best in his best vest if you keep insisting that it's a waistcoat?!

LOL, sorry about trashing your 'poetry', but a vest (in the UK - where God Moz, & I, are from) is an item worn next to the skin, underneath a shirt. It's considered a bit of an old fashioned item of clothing, not worn by the majority these days.

A waistcoat on the other hand is not intended to be worn against the skin.
It generally forms part of a 3-piece suit of clothing (jacket, trousers, & waistcoat) traditionally worn as formal business wear, or even 'Sunday best' for those who attend church on a regular basis. It's worn over the shirt, but underneath the jacket. They come in/go out of fashion as dictated by the fashion industry.

"A waistcoat, like a vest, is also a garment that covers the upper body and is sleeveless.
It is similar in this as well as the look it gives when worn.
In fact, a waistcoat is referred to as a vest in American English.
However the two are not the same in their true sense."

Seems as if it's one of those things which have been Americanised, much like a water dispenser 'tap' in the UK, has became a 'faucet'...which I've never truly understood the origins of, but...whatever.
 
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Anonymous

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good to hear that folks had a great time last night singin along in harmony...

LMAO lanterns, that woman's voice!!!:lbf: Pleased she was enjoying herself so much at, what was obviously, a great show with a great vibe going on in the audience.

Seriously tho, great performance there by Moz of one of my favourite Smiths tracks - TJIFA - wow what a voice he has. Amazing guy.:thumb:
 

rifke

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LOL, sorry about trashing your 'poetry', but a vest (in the UK - where God Moz, & I, are from) is an item worn next to the skin, underneath a shirt. It's considered a bit of an old fashioned item of clothing, not worn by the majority these days.

A waistcoat on the other hand is not intended to be worn against the skin.
It generally forms part of a 3-piece suit of clothing (jacket, trousers, & waistcoat) traditionally worn as formal business wear, or even 'Sunday best' for those who attend church on a regular basis. It's worn over the shirt, but underneath the jacket. They come in/go out of fashion as dictated by the fashion industry.

"A waistcoat, like a vest, is also a garment that covers the upper body and is sleeveless.
It is similar in this as well as the look it gives when worn.
In fact, a waistcoat is referred to as a vest in American English.
However the two are not the same in their true sense."

Seems as if it's one of those things which have been Americanised, much like a water dispenser 'tap' in the UK, has became a 'faucet'...which I've never truly understood the origins of, but...whatever.
ah, interesting! I have always known a vest to be a sleeveless garment worn over a shirt (although you can wear it sans shirt, too, if you're into that, but you would never wear it under a shirt). I always thought a waistcoat was just a formal vest (because vests can also be very informal), but still falling under the category of 'vest'.

as for the tap/faucet thing, we refer to it as either, although tap is probably more common. faucet is for when you're feeling fancy.
 
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Anonymous

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I love his voice more and more the older he gets! and look at that cute little vest he's wearing!!! awwwwwwwwwwww my baby bear :love:
I agree about the voice... I've been saying that for years... Brilliant isn't he???? ... Gets better with time .. What a hero!!!!!!!! Glad you enjoyed it
 
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Anonymous

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what would you call something like this then, if not a vest? surely not a waistcoat?
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That would be classed as a waistcoat, big clue insofar as it has an open/split front. You put the waistcoat on in much the same way you would a jacket (left arm, right arm, fasten up). Waistcoats fronts are open/split, & generally have buttons (3) on the front, but appears not to be the case in your pic.

A vest has no such opening, it's a one piece thing, no arms, no opening, no buttons, & is pulled over the head in order to wear it, in much the same way you'd pull on a t-shirt.

In that pic, the waistcoat is being worn against the skin, which is not how they would normally be worn (that would be considered 'tramp-ish), but that looks like a foreign chap, slacker, or a travelling type of vagrant/musician who maybe doesn't possess a shirt, or has decided it's 'cool' to wear the waistcoat in that manner...I didn't know Skiddy had a guitar, btw!

You know athletes? What they wear on their upper body, we would call a vest, so a 'vest' is that type of thing.

Here endeth the lesson.
 
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Anonymous

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Dude wears rosaries as a fashion statement, can't be for any other reason when he is live across U.S. t.v. hating on Muslims. That's not cool.
 

Mozmar

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Show was amazing! Can't believe he opened with panic. He was in very good spirits. Even ripped off his shirt a tossed it into the crowd. Sure he gained some weight, but ended it shirt less and looked great . His voice was definitely on point.

Putting on weight happens to us all, even our Moz...after all he's now 60, human & needs to be loved, just like everybody else does. Great performance, Moz.
Major success last night & a great set list!! :thumb:
 
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Great encore, but one thing I've noticed watching these tour clips over a period of time, Boz never gets the guitar bit totally 'right'...I've just compared a Smiths live version with this, and Boz is always slightly 'off'...I mean the signature high pitched guitar bit before Moz starts singing 'I am the son, & the heir'...or is it just my ears?
 
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Anonymous

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This just gave me shivers & hairs stood up on my arms & legs;

Timeless classic (HSIN - The Smiths (2011) remaster [6:48]):

 

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