posted by davidt on Friday July 14 2006, @02:00PM
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Set List:

Irish Blood, English Heart / Panic / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / I Will See You In Far-off Places / In The Future When All's Well / You Have Killed Me / Reader Meet Author / Girlfriend In A Coma / I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now / Let Me Kiss You / Ganglord / How Soon Is Now? / At Last I Am Born / To Me You Are A Work Of Art / Still Ill / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / Life Is A Pigsty // First Of The Gang To Die


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  • amazing
    mxsleepingmxdrowning -- Friday July 14 2006, @03:46PM (#228364)
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  • Personally I find it hard to commit an interest in any of ye's.

    What was the set good people of the world? Any changes? Perhaps not?

    Anonymous -- Friday July 14 2006, @07:48PM (#228372)
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  • Foto+video (Score:2, Informative)

    Alcune fotografie e video Morrissey 14/07/2006 Villa Manin, Codroipo (UD) Italy:

    (http://www.buris.it/morrissey/index.htm )
    copy & paste link
    kop -- Saturday July 15 2006, @01:11AM (#228375)
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    • That's a curious choice for a backdrop...I didn't realize Moz was such a big Hugh Grant fan.

      In a Q magazine interview a long time ago Moz mentions him, but he didn't seem that impressed with his work.
      Grillo <[email protected]> -- Saturday July 15 2006, @05:32AM (#228396)
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  • setlist (Score:2, Informative)

    Not in correct order

    IBEH
    Far OFF placet
    KILLED ME
    YOUNGEST
    FUTURE WHEN ALL’s WELL
    FATHER
    PIGSTY
    ANYBODY’S HERO NOW
    WORK OF ART
    SEE THE BOY HAPPY
    AT LAST I AM BORN
    READER MEET AUTHOR
    GANGLORD
    PANIC
    HOW SOON IS NOW
    GIRLFRIEND IN A COMA
    STILL ILL
    LET ME KISS YOU
    FIRST OF THE GANG
    mxsleepingmxdrowning -- Saturday July 15 2006, @03:21AM (#228380)
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  • Have finally taken over the asylum.
    Did all the sane folk leave with freeyourself?
    Anonymous -- Saturday July 15 2006, @08:26AM (#228407)
  • Who the fuck do these nobshites think they are coming on this forum lets hope they are struck down by a double decker bus or a ten ton truck
    moz is dead -- Saturday July 15 2006, @09:37AM (#228410)
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  • 1) Panic
    2) First of the gang to die
    3) You Have Killed Me
    4) Ganglord
    5) The Youngest was the most loved

    Halfway through 'the youngest' a group of people were throwing plastic bottles towards the stage narrowly missing the Moz. Mozza was furious and disappointing cried 'you boys!!!' into the mic before storming off
    Anonymous -- Saturday July 15 2006, @11:03AM (#228413)
  • They are waiting to take us into
    the severed garden
    Do you know how pale & wanton thrillful
    comes death on a strange hour
    unannounced, unplanned for
    like a scaring over-friendly guest you've
    brought to bed
    Death makes angels of us all
    & gives us wings
    where we had shoulders
    smooth as raven's
    claws

    No more money, no more fancy dress
    This other Kingdom seems by far the best
    until its other jaw reveals incest
    & loose obedience to a vegetable law

    I will not go
    Prefer a
    feast of Friends
    To the Giant family

    Anonymous -- Saturday July 15 2006, @02:56PM (#228427)
  • fantastic night the lemon shirt was fantastic and his attention to one person at the left of the stage was annoying, no mention of julius
    Anonymous -- Saturday July 15 2006, @03:30PM (#228430)
  • You are poetry!
    I love you Moz X
    Anonymous -- Sunday July 16 2006, @05:20AM (#228453)
  • http://www.pogopop.it/morrissey_codroipo2006.html

    POGOPOP
    This evening the pics of Roma too!
    pogopop -- Sunday July 16 2006, @07:54AM (#228458)
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  • Apparently four people were at the gig.
    The rest of the comments make no sense.
    jossu -- Sunday July 16 2006, @08:54AM (#228460)
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    ...until I arrive (with incredible style)
  • Setlist in order (Score:2, Informative)

    It seems no one has the right setlist...so, here it is. Dead crowd, but Moz seemed in great shape.

    IBEH
    PANIC
    YOUNGEST WAS THE MOST LOVED
    I WILL SEE YOU IN FAR-OFF PLACES
    IN THE FUTURE WHEN ALL'S WELL
    YOU HAVE KILLED ME
    READER MEET AUTHOR
    GIRLFRIEND IN A COMA
    I'LL NEVER BE ANYBODY'S HERO NOW
    LET ME KISS YOU
    GANGLORD
    HOW SOON IS NOW?
    AT LAST I'M BORN
    TO ME YOU ARE A WORK OF ART
    STILL ILL
    I JUST WANT TO SEE THE BOY HAPPY
    LIFE IS A PIGSTY

    FIRST OF THE GANG TO DIE

    The father who must be killed was NOT played.
    Ciao
    Marco
    Anonymous -- Monday July 17 2006, @12:58AM (#228520)
  • a nice gig (Score:2, Insightful)

    It was a good gig for me, even the song Every day is like Sunday was not on...I saw Morrissey the first time now, even I have been listening to his music from my primary school years - almost 20 years! And I still love it!
    Anda -- Monday July 17 2006, @01:45AM (#228525)
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  • morrissey as one of the last famous international oscar wilde heros in a gorgious location at the villa manin with a really impressing live performance. I'd love to see him soon again as close as possible...

    gregory
    Anonymous -- Monday July 17 2006, @02:19PM (#228591)
  • First of all, forgive my mistakes – English isn’t my first language.
    Morrissey’s concert in Codroipo was definitely a very elegant show, his voice was good and strong, the songs, as far as I can judge, were accurately performed by him and the band. This was the first Morrissey’s concert for me… I admired his theatrical attitude and the ability to charm all of us. Self-deprecating pride, suffering intelligence, being sensitive and cruelly witty… an interesting mix of all these aspects. A very attractive man in a way. Not so many fans there, so the devoted ones were easily able to stand in the first rows… if the people in the back were static, those in the front looked ecstatic…
    The best moments, in my opinion, were Pigsty (a dramatic rendition, very appreciated also by all the people who aren’t really into Morrissey’s music, I still remember the moment when his voice rises saying “and I’ve been shifting gears all of my life”), Still ill (big surprise!), Panic (but I think the audience was happier than him in singing the song), First of the gang, Let me kiss you, In the future (sounded better on stage than on the record). He changed some words in You have killed me (Pasolini is me,… ? is you, and something more like that).
    A bright yellow shirt thrown to the people in the centre… the band wearing the blue T-shirts of the Italian football team, who have just won…
    Not a lot of dialogue: “thank you for leaving your plastic seats”, a reference to Julia, the football championship, an ironic remark about The Smiths before singing Still ill, and a “thank you for listening” which sounded sincere and not rhetorical almost at the end of the show… plus, someone gave him a book in a blue wrapping…
    My impression was that Morrissey was more focused on his singing rather than on the audience and the setting (a beautiful park in front of a Venetian Renaissance palace… many of us smiled in seeing O. Wilde’s image on the front of that ancient, sumptuous building)… it looked as if he gave an introverted rendition of the songs… surely this isn’t a fault, but in Italy (insn’t the place he chose to live?) some of us were expecting some more “empathy” and passionate involvement (no Italian words, except for a “ciao ciao”, bye bye, at the end)… but I am sure that each of us had their perception about it… in the last days I was in a particular mood (i. e long-lasting relationships decaying, questioning people’s loyalty, “nice” stuff like that) and probably I watched the show with those eyes… and my inner state of mind was “expanded” by the concert atmosphere, rather than soothed…
    I hoped that Morrissey knew he was in Pasolini’s homeland, not very far from the villages and the places that gave him the inspiration to start his career as a poet and writer… Pasolini’s figure is obviously linked to Rome, but this Italian region, Friuli, was his starting point… well, I hope someone told him of that… it seems that his last album -and other past songs like First of the gang, just to make an example- are very close to Pasolini’s themes…
    One last thing: I brought flowers but the security crowd didn’t allow me to enter the place with them… you could carry heavy stuff but not flowers…I insisted, even after the show, to have them delivered… all the security boys said “morrissey has explicitly banished flowers from the show”… ok, ok, but is that true?? I felt a little stupid or naive… mostly disappointed!
    Anyway, an evening to remember… more for the intimate feelings (which is a lot to me) than for the frenzy or general sympathy…
    Thank you, Morrissey, and thank you to all the gentle and not very noisy people who were there because that music is part of our lives… cry and joy.
    grsmere -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @10:14AM (#228659)
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  • "Welcome to the museum!"

    Nice place for a concert but what the hell were the chairs for?? Maybe one reason for the very calm crowd. Morrissey: "Thanks for getting up from your plastic chairs. I'm sure you don't need them."

    I congratulated my neighbour (I'm not an Italian) for the world championship. Morrissey: "And congratulations for...ah, you know what."

    Morrissey announced Still Ill: "This is from back in the old days when I was in...A-ha." I think I was the only one laughing.

    He got a present from someone out of the crowd. He said: "What is it? A book? The Little Prince?" I whished he played Suedehead after that.

    When introducing the band he said: "To give information to the police after the show, this is..." Again just me laughing.

    After the show someone gave me a little piece of the canary yellow shirt! Thanks again!

    A nice and different evening. I thought I would come home wet from sweat and tired as usual, but this was the most relaxing of my Morrissey-concerts. But it was a great evening for me and I hope for all the other rather quiet people too.

    Ciao for now, hope to see him again on this tour...
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @10:56AM (#228667)
  • And reason 11: You've ruined one of my favourite Morrissey songs, because every time I listen to All The Lazy Dykes now, all I can think of is some whiny petulant prick whining on about some other sad moaning arsewipe. Why don't you both do everyone on this site a favour, and meet up to resolve your differences with a fight to the death / mutual suicide pact, or preferably both.
    I'll Be Gone -- Friday July 14 2006, @04:02PM (#228369)
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    • Stupid 4king cock knockers. I wish I could get a pop up blocker for posts from your IP addresses.

      To late in the evening for whit, so just fork off. Dipshits.
      Satan accepted mine -- Friday July 14 2006, @04:07PM (#228370)
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  • Please stop posting this stupid list. What are you trying to achieve?
    If you hate this person so much and as you say you know them then stop posting stupid comments and go and sort him out.
    It is obvious that you are a big hard man. Or are you just a 12 year old trying to sound tough.
    Either way this is not the place.
    John Roberts -- Saturday July 15 2006, @02:42PM (#228426)
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  • oh look !!!!!!!!
    more 4th form humour,this site is being ruined by halfwits like you,please go back to your blink 182 sites!!!
    Anonymous -- Sunday July 16 2006, @04:48AM (#228452)
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