Washington, DC - The Anthem (Nov. 30, 2017) post-show

Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Dec 1, 2017.

By davidt on Dec 1, 2017 at 3:30 AM
  1. davidt

    davidt Administrator Staff Member Moderator Subscriber

    Feb 12, 1997
    Post your info and reviews related to this concert in the comments section below. Other links (photos, external reviews, etc.) related to this concert will also be compiled in this section as they are sent in.


    You'll Be Gone / I Started Something I Couldn't Finish / I Wish You Lonely / Speedway / Glamorous Glue / Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage / Munich Air Disaster 1958 / Who Will Protect Us From The Police? / The Bullfighter Dies / How Soon Is Now? / World Peace Is None Of Your Business / Hold On To Your Friends / My Love, I'd Do Anything For You / Back On The Chain Gang / Spent The Day In Bed / When You Open Your Legs / Jack The Ripper / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Home Is A Question Mark / I'm Not Sorry // Suedehead / Shoplifters Of The World Unite

    Setlist provided by setlist.fm. Link posted by Famous when dead.

    Last edited: Dec 16, 2017


Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by davidt, Dec 1, 2017.

    1. Anonymous
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    2. Anonymous
      Is there no opener this tour?
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    4. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      (as of 5am - possibly subject to change if subsequently edited on setlist.fm thereafter).

      You'll Be Gone
      I Started Something I Couldn't Finish
      I Wish You Lonely
      Glamorous Glue
      Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up on the Stage
      Munich Air Disaster 1958
      Who Will Protect Us From the Police?
      The Bullfighter Dies
      How Soon Is Now?
      World Peace Is None of Your Business
      Hold On to Your Friends
      My Love, I'd Do Anything for You
      Back on the Chain Gang
      Spent the Day in Bed
      When You Open Your Legs
      Jack the Ripper
      Everyday Is Like Sunday
      Home Is a Question Mark
      I'm Not Sorry
      Shoplifters of the World Unite.


    5. Anonymous
      Beautiful venue. Moz sounded excellent.
    6. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Picture: Matt I. Walker.
      Picture: mtanielu
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    7. Jaseyjase
      I believe this was my seventh Moz show and I have to say that it was the best one yet! My friend who has also been to multiple shows agreed. Moz was in fine voice and excellent spirits - tons of interaction with the people in the front, signed someone's LP, handed glasses back to a would-be stage crasher. Seemed to be in a great mood altogether. Venue is brand new and incredible, and the crowd energy was the best I've ever seen at a Moz show. Enthusiastic responses throughout, even for the new stuff - which sounded great! My Love . . . is a monster live. I was also excited to hear Hold on to Your Friends, Glamorous Glue, I'm Not Sorry, and the excellent cover of Back on the Chain Gang, which is one of my favorite songs. Setlist is definitely superior and better paced than on the last few tours - encore of Suedehad and Shoplifters was perfect. Definitely got the sense that it appealed to both hardcore and casual fans. I've seen a few shows that I considered lackluster (including previous DC shows at Warner Theater and Echostage) but tonight's show underscored why I can never write him off completely. Just when I was beginning to doubt again, he came back with a truly heroic and memorable performance. Thank you Morrissey!!
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    8. Anonymous
      Show was amazing and he has never sounded better. My third time seeing him and he was really into the show and full of quirks and energy. Little changes here and there like in every day is like Sunday where he did this little muffled singing noise making bit and gave his shout out to quando. he when he made a throat cutting noise when singing about death at one point. Did a weird solo spotlight solo spot but I couldn’t quite make out what he was singing at the end of one number And there was a piano interlude that segwayed introduced Sunday. The show was supposedly filmed but I don’t know if that’s every show or if that’s why he was so charismatic and animated but he was on point. He thanked he crowd for his chart positions and was very amiable in general. Got one assisted stage chraser but over all a calm crowd. A bit of a boozier crowd than I was used to. One surprise was the little cheer stdib got when the intro came on. Must have reached more people than I realized. Highlights were boz killingnit on sax and he and Jesse coming up to the front for the Jack the Ripper solo. Band was really tight everywhere honestly. Only awkward spots were the intro to world peace and hold on to your friends sounding really stiff. The venue was beautiful but super annoying to get to. this being my first time going made it doubly but it was to bad as I found parking just fine. It’s at the back of a pedestrian shopping plaza along the waterfront. The marque was really sweet but it made you wonder as it was literally twenty feet from the docks and not on a street. Tired now and will ramble more tomorrow. Got a few pics and some clips of songs but couldn’t make myself film an entire one as I was having to much fun
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    9. Anonymous
      Oh and the video for bullfighter was just terrible. I know some have complained of morrissey singing about people getting mauled and killed but after watching them torture and kill those scared animals I couldnt muster any sympathy for them when it was there turn and they hotbed horribly mauled. It actually kinda ruined my enjoyment of how soon is now (though I did enjoy watching Matt hit the big drum and giant gong) as it just sounded so trite and self indulgent singing a song about angst and longing after the brutalness of the bull footage
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      9766177B-28F6-42AC-A641-A17413735258.jpeg 11F592B7-3942-454E-9984-440822380233.jpeg 691BB65E-9BAC-4154-9EDC-AE76C3C4DD70.jpeg 11F592B7-3942-454E-9984-440822380233.jpeg 691BB65E-9BAC-4154-9EDC-AE76C3C4DD70.jpeg He sounded so great! Great show! The guy next to me got his vinyl signed by moz and I came so close to shaking his hand! Next time lol
      My love, I’d do anything for you is amazing live! So is home is a question mark! Jacky was awesome too!
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    11. Johnny Barleycorn
      Johnny Barleycorn
      Everyday Is Like Sunday is about the Shops Act 1950.
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    12. mcrickson
      Where'd you hear this? Or did you see cameras?
    13. Anonymous
      There was a flyer taped to the glass on the entrance right below the one that said no bags

      How soon is now
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    14. valvano
      It was posted on the doors as you entered.
    15. Anonymous

      He does the vocal tic in this one

      Everyday is like Sunday

      With the quando x 3 part

      Trumpshifter of the world

      With Chanel four changed to cnn
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    16. valvano
      I am almost to the point of seeing Moz the same number of times as I have been canceled on.

      Great venue, great show, great set list, great production!! My first visit to the Anthem, it like a bigger 9:30 club and more fancy. Great acoustics, etc. The body guard to Moz's left looked like a cousin of Triple H. One girl in a blue shirt made it to stage and got a great hug. Took my 2 daughters with me (one who had seen him previously) and both came away amaze, even though my oldest couldn't help but comment on all the dads with their thick glasses, skinny jeans, and Morrissey / Smiths t shirts. Ha. 300% better then Echostage a few years ago.
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