"The Boy With The Thorn..." live (McAlister Auditorium, New Orleans, Sept. 8, '86) posted on Spotify

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By Famous when dead on Sep 11, 2017 at 10:45 AM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

    Dec 7, 2000
    Birmingham, U.K.
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    1. Southport Grandma
      Southport Grandma
      You can buy it on iTunes as well.
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    2. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      I'm pleased to say that both the official .wav & .wma are now available to download via the download/bootleg forum.
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    3. gordyboy9
      sounds great.this is a song that actually sounds better live.
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    4. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      brilliant lyric ! brilliant vocal delivery ! and the band ain't too bad either ! :D

      ' how can they look into my eyes .... ' :love:
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    5. Anonymous
      The lack of enthusiasm over these Live tracks truly puzzles me. Only a handful of posts in 12 hours?
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    6. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      The YouTube version:

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    7. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      The idea Moz doing that song live again and change the lyrics into "the boy with the axe in his hand" makes me laugh.
      Technically it could be done very easily as the number of words and the rhythm would be the same. :p
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    8. The Wild Turkey
      The Wild Turkey
      Remember to celebrate No Thanks Giving with "The Soy with some Corn on the side"!
      Get some Tofurkey and delicious corn!
      Also feel free to slap the mess outta any of your family members who murder a Turkey!
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    9. celibate
      as I wrote last week,these songs brings memories of a time when life was simple...but also got on dangerous way,chasing the dragon, it's over this centurie...but I don't think I would've got through without the Smiths and Morrissey

      This song just bring me to tears with the lyrics, 'and if you don't believe me now,will they ever believe me'

      I thank Warner and the Morrissey-solo team with David as owner,for picking this up,I really wish they make bootleg of all the live songs for the re-release of TQID though theres enough on youtube and spotify

      sorry for being of topic and as a lot not making this thread/item a more songlike comment.
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    10. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      " but also got on dangerous way,chasing the dragon, it's over this centurie...but I don't think I would've got through without the Smiths and Morrissey"

      I like this a lot, celibate!
      It's such a very powerful message and a hopeful one.
      Isn't "prove" of the magic of music?
      It may sound too beautiful and cheesy but I do believe it can be like that.
      I hope you are fine and a feel okay in your new house! :thumb:
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    11. celibate
      it's cheesy from my side but really the lyrics gave me something who knew me, not that the Smiths played or Morrissey sang about drug addiction,that was my wrong escape of my inner feelings and thoughts, but lot of those thoughts and feelings were in the lyrics.

      Thanks sir Quando for the support but the old town where I grew up changed a lot, but it's OK,have some time that I feel relaxed here, I must go out for a walk,but I've still got a social psych. org. who guide me, and another org. who tries to use my wings and go to places to meet other people, in a safe place.

      This is the house/appartment I gonna live till I die, I know I don;t get old, but I messed with dangerous poison and didn't look after myself,or think about physical damage...plus I had some personal issues not drug related accidents which won't do my lungs and heart good,but I'm glad,and never could think that I ever would have a life like now and when I lived the last 15 years in Eindhoven, but I'm home, in Best.

      Thanks sir Quando,waving,and wish you a good and healthy future [when....:thumb:]
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    12. Anonymous
      Vicar In A Tutu is now available on Spotify.

      It's been noted that couple of the tracks released so far are light on bass, but this one seems to have no bass or second guitar at all, or they're mixed down so low it's impossible to be sure they're actually there. It makes it more interesting, suppose, but the choices for some of these tracks are maybe a bit puzzling.
    13. Anonymous
      Its very nice you do this. Very Helpful. . Thanks.

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