The Mysterious Mr. Y

Uncleskinny

It's all good
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Saw this posted in the "Johnny Marr - Soul Of The Smiths" Facebook group. Noth that it matters at all, but I wonder if Mr.Y is still around? It looks like it's from Jackie magazine, August 1984.



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Ben Budd

Well-Known Member
Re: X for xylophone

Which Smiths song has xylophone?
Rush and a Push sounds like it has one. Not on what would have been the next album though, natch.
 

CrookedLittleVein

Duck. Duck. Duck. Goose.
Re: X for xylophone

Which Smiths song has xylophone?
I think he was just struggling to find an 'x' word, Kewps. :)

On another note, you can really feel the Svengali-like force of Morrissey's personality on Mr Marr's answers.
 
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Anonymous

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Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon

who could hate that? But the comment about how his talent is much greater than the work shows fits JM like hand in glove in 2013. Karma, chameleon.
 

Amy

from the Ice Age to the dole age
Re: X for xylophone

Very interesting little snippet. "Morrissey's one and only love is for the Smiths". :guitar:
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Not that it matters at all, but I wonder if Mr.Y is still around? It looks like it's from Jackie magazine, August 1984.

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He is. "Old, Still Drunk, and Ugly as Sin" though :squiffy:
 
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