The StageLeft Podcast - Mike Farrell on writing songs for Morrissey & touring You Are The Quarry

Hi everyone,

On this week’s episode of The StageLeft Podcast, Mike Farrell discusses writing songs with Morrissey and playing 'There is a Light That Never Goes Out' and 'How Soon Is Now' live on the You are the Quarry and Ringleader touts. Mike was a big fan of The Smiths and talks in detail about touring and the writing/collaboration process with Morrissey on At Last I Am Born, so hope you enjoy!

The StageLeft Podcast: Mike Farrell
 
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Vulgarian
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For the reworked Sweetie Pie - he has my unending thanks.
Regards,
FWD
 
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Anonymous

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Safe to assume he is longer and never will be in the fold again if he is talking. Morrissey has zero tolerance for anyone to be blabbin.
 

mcrickson

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Safe to assume he is longer and never will be in the fold again if he is talking. Morrissey has zero tolerance for anyone to be blabbin.
I don't think he's particularly said any more than Gustavo has in the one interview he did. Although I just can't see Morrissey running up to Mikey after he played "Auld Lang Syne" and saying "Awesome!"
 

AztecCamera

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Mmmm. I wonder if he could sing "Speedway" in Mexican, but that probably won't be a good thing if a middle aged balding white guy comes out to sing it in the Southern California sell outs in 10 seconds Mexican fan gold mine. Anonymous-
 
Mike Farrell meets The StageLeft Podcast to discuss his incredible career writing songs for Morrissey

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Mike Farrell meets The StageLeft Podcast to discuss his incredible career writing songs for Morrissey and playing on The Smith's classics such as 'There is a Light That Never Goes Out' and 'How Soon Is Now' on the 'You Are The Quarry' and 'Ringleader of the Tormentors' tours.
 

Ketamine Sun

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I don't think he's particularly said any more than Gustavo has in the one interview he did. Although I just can't see Morrissey running up to Mikey after he played "Auld Lang Syne" and saying "Awesome!"

yeah right? :lbf: Actually he said 'Dude that was like so awesome like cool you know.' Kidding aside, must have been a sweet moment. :)
 
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