posted by davidt on Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:00PM
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Set List:

William, It Was Really Nothing / In The Future When All's Well / Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice / Disappointed / Ganglord / Panic / First Of The Gang To Die / Dear God, Please Help Me / Let Me Kiss You / I've Changed My Plea To Guilty / Everyday Is Like Sunday / Girlfriend In A Coma / Life Is A Pigsty / How Soon Is Now? / You Have Killed Me / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / I Will See You In Far-off Places // Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want / Irish Blood, English Heart


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  • Sure it will be an awesome show. Have a Corona, chill out and have fun Mozza! See u in Manchester xx
    anotherordinaryboy -- Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:30PM (#239725)
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    Let me get my hands on your mammary glands....
    • Re:Good Luck! by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:39PM
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  • anyone know what he played?
    bigdeal111111 -- Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:42PM (#239727)
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  • According to the forum William, Please Please Please and Disappointed were played!
    basten -- Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:43PM (#239728)
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    • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:50PM
  • Can't go into much detail-no time. The important part was that the set list was COMPLETELY different. He opened with William. Also did Disappointed, I've Changed My Plea, Please Please Please, Everyday Is Like Sunday, and all of Dear God! also, no intro tape per say. The intro tape was a bunch of videos played on a screen.
    Anonymous -- Tuesday November 14 2006, @11:54PM (#239730)
  • if morrissey plays 'i've changed my plea to guilty' in chicago i will croak!!! that is my all time favorite mozza song!!!
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @12:28AM (#239734)
  • william
    daddy's voice
    please please olease
    first of the gang....
    disappointed
    ganglord
    let me kiss you
    everyday is like sunday
    pigsty
    far off places

    that is the real set list , hand on heart , my friend just texted me it.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @12:41AM (#239736)
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  • full set list (Score:1, Informative)

    william
    in the future when all's well
    don't make fun of daddy's voice
    panic
    dear god please help
    i've changed my plea to guilty
    irish blood english heart
    please please please
    first of the gang to die
    disappointed
    ganglord
    let me kiss you
    everyday is like sunday
    life is a pigsty
    far off places

    J B
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @02:36AM (#239751)
  • apparently he played girl afraid
    bigdeal111111 -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @03:18AM (#239755)
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  • Moz I think of you night and day!
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @04:51AM (#239762)
  • about the setlist, if thats correct

    hope he changes a few songs

    would like to hear; crashing bores, that joke isn't funny anymore, and a song from vauxhall& I
    Celibate Cry <[email protected]> -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @06:56AM (#239775)
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    and the hills are alive with celibate cries
  • Morrissey please sing Panic nex thursday this is a BASIC Smiths song.....It would be great to hear it at The Palacio de los Rebotes...
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @07:00AM (#239776)
  • Last nigth´s concert was even more than I´ve expeced, Morrissey gave himself to 5,000 loving fans, he even change the song list just to please us and belive me the crowd simply worshiped him for about 2 hours, It was magnificent!!!
    famke -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @07:33AM (#239779)
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  • Can anyone tell us if he talked in-between songs? Did he say anything as he walked on stage?
    sonnet29 -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @08:03AM (#239784)
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    My love, wherever you are, Whatever you are...Don't lose faith...I know it's gonna happen someday...
  • Did he really play this??
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @08:25AM (#239787)
  • A couple of comments I remember:

    "Tapatios!"
    **********
    "We are going to Mexico city, some cheer...some Boo....we Cheer"...
    **********
    "Julia?, is there any julia in the house tonight?"
    **********
    "Guad-a-la-ja-rah"

    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @09:28AM (#239794)
  • I hate Kristeen Young in the opening xSSS!!!!!!!DF and Monterrey be prepared for 6 or more looooong songs.

    Before morrissey started to play, they put some new york dolls, elvis prestley and james dean videos on the stage screen.
    He also played girlfriend in a coma :D, it was a nice concert but I was expecting him to play last night i dreamt... or there is a light that never goes out.
    Throw 2 shirts to the public, and a bunch of purple Chrysanthemums, showed a mexican flag sayng " moz loves mexico", and said some words in spanish.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @09:29AM (#239795)
  • The Venue:
    Nice place, around 5,000 people attended the gig. Personally I didn¡¦t like the acoustics too much, not very well (at least not from where I was seated - yes seated ƒ¼).

    The Gig:
    Very punctual, Kristeen Young started sharply at 8:30pm, never heard her songs before, but I was positively surprised, I liked her music. Just drums and a keyboard but very strong performance; however audience was not very responsive with her, perhaps because at that point about half of the arena was empty (people still getting in).

    Few videos projected on a large screen after Kristeen and before Moz appearance. I recognized videos of the New York Dolls, excerpts of James Dean¡¦s ¡§East of Eden¡¨ movie and few other artists I couldn¡¦t recognize.

    Then The Man came to stage and said ¡§bienvenidos¡¨ (welcome) and started with William¡K

    The Set list (don¡¦t trust me on the order):

    William, It Was Really Nothing
    In The Future When All is well
    Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice
    Panic
    Dear God Please Help Me
    I've Changed My Plea to Guilty
    First of the Gang
    Truly Disappointed
    Ganglord (introduced by Moz as ¡§Go Back to the Ghetto¡¨)
    Let Me Kiss You
    Everyday Is Like Sunday
    Life Is a Pigsty
    How soon is now?
    Girlfriend in a Coma
    I just want to see the boy happy
    I Will See You in Far-off Places

    Encore:
    Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
    Irish Blood, English Heart

    (He never played Tony the Pony or Billy Budd, as stated above¡K)

    I noticed at the beginning some miscommunication with the audience, perhaps because of the language, but he was very open and even talked some phrases in Spanish, ¡§Bienvenidos¡¨ ¡§Gracias amigos¡¨, etc. Then he asked the audience about the quality of the sound and when everybody responded that it was ok he said something like ¡§well it shouldn¡¦t¡¨. And then he made some comment about The Smiths being (not his exact words) ¡§¡Ka ghost that always is besides and behind me¡¨ and jumped right into Panic. The crowd went crazy at that point and then he got really connected with the audience, people throwing flowers at him, a Mexican flag which he wore as a skirt, and a Union flag as well. He changed his shirt four times but only two of them were throw into the public. He made comments about ¡§I just want to see the boy happy...¡¨ coming soon as his new single in the UK and more Spanish phrases at the end like ¡§Vaya con Dios¡¨ ¡§Hasta Luego¡¨ ¡§Buenas Noches¡¨ etc. All in all, and from my personal point of view, an excellent concert, fantastic. I really enjoyed it and I think Moz did as well. He mentioned that he was flying to Mexico City today and at the end he filled us with hope with returning soon to Guadalajara when he said ¡§Hasta Luego¡¨ (see you later).
    ElvisDean -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:24AM (#239802)
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    • Re:Your Review by goinghome (Score:1) Wednesday November 15 2006, @02:23PM
  • he played this (not real order - but he opened with William and finished with irish blood")

    william
    in the future when all's well
    don't make fun of daddy's voice
    panic
    dear god please help
    i've changed my plea to guilty
    first of the gang to die
    disappointed
    ganglord (Mozz introduced it as "get back to the gettho")
    let me kiss you
    everyday is like sunday
    Girlfriend in a coma
    I just want to see the boy happy
    life is a pigsty
    please please please
    How soon is now?
    far off places
    irish blood english heart

    Before he went on with Panic he said (something like this):

    "Ever since I've done this (refering to being on stage), I've had a big ghost following me everywhere (refering, of course, to The Smiths)"

    Nice concert, the crowd was completly lame, insipid(as usual in Guadalajara - he should've dedicated "the world is full of crashing bores" to this city)...
    I had a blast... pure bliss... but I wish he would've played two or three more songs
    globosonico -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:30AM (#239803)
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  • http://www.mural.com/galeria_de_fotos/images/570/1 139282.jpg [mural.com]

    Morrissey es un fregón

    El setlist de su concierto cambió y ofreció éxitos de antaño

    Omar Magaña

    Guadalajara, México (15 noviembre 2006).- Emotivo concierto el de Morrissey hasta el punto de rasgarse las vestiduras como lo hizo el británico en "Let Me Kiss You" anoche en la VFG.

    El ex líder de The Smiths se portó como un fregón, dramático y amante del paroxismo, y él se reconoció como tal en el cierre de su concierto.

    "El cantante es un fregón", expresó en el mejor español que pudo masticar después de hora y media de hits de antaño y nuevos sencillos.

    Steven Patrick Morrissey tardó en aparecer en escena.

    Rompió la desesperación de sus fanáticos hasta las 21:40 horas cuando subió corriendo las escalerillas al costado derecho del tinglado con su saco negro y la camisa amarilla que más tarde desagarraría en pleno catarsis histriónico.

    Lo recibieron las palmas, los gritos y los ramos de flores infalibles para que Morrissey volviera a la imagen de sus años mozos; ahora, no obstante, lucía como un hombre maduro, pulcro y con una voz que ha ganado en garbo a través de los años.

    Desde el arranque, los ademanes y la teatralidad de siempre.
    El cable del micrófono fue para Morrissey un gran látigo para someter a cinco mil personas y su español con dicción atropellada el arma para que cayeran a sus pies adultos y jóvenes recién iniciados en este pop británico desgarrador y melodramático.

    El momento de la fotografía llegó con "First of the Gang to Die" y el performance de la bandera mexicana atada a su cintura a manera de falda con letras "loves" sobre el escudo nacional; el arrebato chovinista duró hasta que besó el estandarte y lo lanzó hacia el público que mantuvo las manos en alto en señal de devoción.

    El mito se acicaló lo más que pudo después de cada arranque hasta que "Let Me Kiss You" lo dejó nuevamente con el cabello hecho un nudo y la camisa hecha un trapo bañado en sudor.

    El setlist de su concierto en Guadalajara cambió con respecto a lo que entregó en conciertos de este año en otras latitudes, aquí sí cupieron los éxitos de antaño como "Everyday is Like Sunday" para dejar sin margen de reclamo a aquellos que antes del concierto esperaban escuchar de Steven

    Patrick "Suedehead", "I Have Forgiven Jesus" o "There's a Light that Never Goes Out".

    En su lugar, Morrissey entregó joyas como "How Soon is Now?", "Girlfriend in Coma" y un ícono más o menos reciente de su carrera solista, "Irish Blood, English Heart" como para no quedar en deuda.

    Intercaló, obviamente, los temas de su nuevo álbum, Ringleader of the Tormentors, como el reciente sencillo "You Have Killed Me".

    El performance de Morrissey comenzó allá afuera
    El cantante se hizo notar con las exigencias que dictó de antemano como no permitir que se vendiera carne en el exterior del recinto pues el olor a carne podría haber dejado a Guadalajara sin concierto del ex – Smith.

    La arena acató, sin embargo, cada una de las peticiones de este playboy en extremo elegante y él respondió a su público con una dotación de frases en español y hasta un "México, México" que calentaron esa noche carente de carnes y fritangas.
    En la pista no faltó quien resumió tal teatralidad y semejante entrega como "el mejor concierto del año en la VFG".
    MaybeITNW -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:33AM (#239804)
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  • For Christ Sake...what an incredible moment!, what was your experience here?.

    Mine: The magical/Cathartical/Explosive/Soothing moment came to me just before HOW SOON IS NOW?".

    At some point of the concert a friend had just rolled a joint and gave it to me, I hit it once very deep and waited for some moments. At the same moment Moz was finishing one song, he taked off his red shirt shirt and dropped into the audience, left the stage and a piano solo was being played, just at that very moment the THC effect hit me. Moz entered the stage again, now with a bright white long sleeve shirt, "How soon.." started to play, and there started to flashing the lights...and stay so during the WHOLE song. At that moment my mind just blewed away...I was in a hipnotic state of conciousness...incredible...just fuckin´incredible...his performance in that song was like a shot into the body...the crowd went nuts...when the song finished all the people was in a state of grace...I think I shitted my pants...
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:34AM (#239805)
  • Elvis Dean & Globosonico,

    Both are missing the song: YOU HAVE KILLED ME, and it was played!. Nos the set list is completed.

    I don´t think the audience was lame, I have been in concerts in Europe as well as in US and those guys (Germans and gringos) are completely crashing bores...I understand that Guadalajara does not have the best audicience ever, but believe me...yesterday it was really good and I hope Moz can came very soon...
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:42AM (#239807)
  • sheet that my cusin cought in the form of a paper air plane thrown off stage after the show!!

    william
    future
    daddys voice
    disappointed
    ganglord
    panic
    first uv
    dear god,pls
    lemme kiss
    plea to g
    national
    everyday
    coma
    pigsty
    hsin?
    killed me
    bappy
    far-off

    enc:Please,irish!!!!

    * one highlite: somone threw a mexican flag on stage that said "loves morrissey" on it and he wore it around like a town for a song very cool!!

    amazing very intamite powerfull show!! im org from NYC hadent seen him since radio city. what a treat.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @11:28AM (#239814)
  • are we gonna get a real set list or do we have to keep guessing which one is correct(if any)?
    clearlyovercast -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @11:50AM (#239816)
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  • la ropa que trajo? oficial
    Playeras, camisas, chamarra... etc

    Raffael79 -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @12:00PM (#239819)
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  • It was an awesome show. I arrived at 6 pm sharp at VFG arena, and there already where legions of Morrissey fans standing in line, waiting to see the artist who visited Mexico in 1999 last time.
    At 7:30 the gates were opened and all of us, people form Guadalajara and abroad, entered.
    Me personally, I made a 10 hour trip from Puebla the night before, and barely made it back just after the concert. I'd been looking forward to see the Moz for a long, long time.
    Inside, I reunited with my Colima friends. Together we made quinielas (bets) as to what songs was Morrissey going to be performing.
    At exactly 8.30 Kristeen Young made her appearence, she sang about 6 songs and even though her voice is fascinating, people where starving to see their idol. Facing the "Morrissey, Morrissey" chants Kristeen had to state her name and remid the audience they'd have to wait for her to finish her song. It was inevitable.
    Near 10 pm the band showed up. People went crazy, a full VFG Arena -in spite of almost no publicity on Guadalajara streets- exploded as Morrissey aproached to the microphone, he vowed and said: "tapatíos, hola!" William it was Really Nothing started, ackward way to open the first of three gigs in Mexico, oh but what the hell. At first it was worst than I expected, people where singing so loud I couldn't hear his voice, there he was, Morrissey in all of his splendour, and there was no way of listening to him. Little by little this situation was fixed. The songlist was as follows:
    1.- Intro.
    2.- William it was really nothing.
    3.- In the future when all's well.
    4.- Don't make fun of daddy's voice (these two have very similar starts)
    5.- Disappointed (!)
    6.- Panic
    7.- The first of the gang to die
    8.- Dear God, please help me.
    9.- Let me kiss you.
    10.- I've changed my plea to guilty.
    11.- Everyday is like Sunday.
    12.- Girlfriend in a coma.
    13.- Life is a Pigsty
    14.- How soon is now
    15.- You have killed me
    16.- I want to see the boy happy.
    17.- I will see yu in far off places
    18.- Please, please let me get what I want
    19.- Irish blodd, English heart.

    Everything went alright -apart from some people getting hurt by trying to catch one of Morrissey's shirts- and there were no people who jumped the fence to try and touch him.
    Amongst other interesting things that happened, Morrissey grabed a Mexican flag (that someone must have given to him) and strapped it around his weist as he sung TFOTGTDie. Before singing EDILSunday he said "can you bare more?" people shouted "YES!" and he responded "Why?", there was a lonely (because it was just one) who yelled at the bottom of his lungs "BECAUSE WE LOVE YOU!!!" -well, I love you too" he said. The lonely voice was me, of course.
    He seemed pleased to have filled the arena (I presume) and menaced to come back with a "hasta luego". When he went backstage, poeple continued to scream, shout, chant, clap, and stand still wanting more. Eventually he came back and said "el cantante es un fregón" (the singer kicks ass). He played two more songs (PPLMGWIWant and IBEHeart)and left. The lights went on, and everyone had a smile on their face. Me, I will se him tomorrow in a not so far off place, called Mexico City. Cheers, and thanks Moz.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @12:54PM (#239829)
  • 'I've Changed My Plea To Guilty' is my favourite solo song and I've never heard him play it live(except on bootlegs).
    Please let it still be in the set when he plays Glasgow.

    Yesss!!!! Get in!!!!
    Requiescant Inpacce -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @12:58PM (#239831)
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    "You should not go to them...let them come to you...just like I do..."
  • I can't believe this set list.

    Thank you Moz!
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @01:13PM (#239833)
  • Just to confirm the setlist from last night, which a lot of people have been very close to but I don't think anyone's had totally correct yet! It was-
    1. William, it was Really Nothing
    2. In the Future When All's Well
    3. Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice
    4. Disappointed
    5. Ganglord
    6. Panic
    7. First Of The Gang To Die
    8. Dear God, Please Help Me
    9. Let Me Kiss You
    10. I've Changed My Plea to Guilty
    11. Everyday is Like Sunday
    12. Girlfriend in a Coma
    13. Life is a Pigsty
    14. How Soon is Now?
    15. You Have Killed Me
    16. I Just Want to See the Boy Happy
    17. I Will See You in Far-Off Places
    ENCORE
    18. Please, Please, Pleasre Let Me Get What I Want
    19. Irish Blood, English Heart

    He was fantastic. Not too much to report banter-wise, seen as he was in patronising-non-English-speaking-country mode but with a setlist like that I think we can forgive him pretty much anything. Also a new backdrop, new picture on the bass drum and a series of videos (Sacha Distel, New York Dolls, some old Eurovision, Billy Fury etc.) instead of the usual pre-show tape. Just 'You'll Never Walk Alone' and some classical music I didn't know after the videos finished. Some 'Ringleader...' songs just keep getting better, '...Future...' in particular seems to have benefitted from a bit of R&R, although '...Far-Off Places' has maybe been tinkered with a little too much. 'Girlfriend...' and '...Kiss You' have not been improved at all and for my money have overstayed their welcome. The new stuff was all brilliant, in particular 'William...' and '...Plea...'. See you in D.F. tomorrow x
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @03:08PM (#239854)
  • take a look at this link, there are some pics of the concert. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bela_lorelei/ [flickr.com]
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @03:17PM (#239855)
    • Re:Pictures by methadone (Score:1) Thursday November 16 2006, @09:53AM
  • la introduccion increible,,morrissey como diva,,,,la gente aclamandolo lomejor de guadalajara en mucho tiempo,,,te espero y te extraño moz apesar q te vere mañana y pasado,tomorrowwwwwww
    soffimoz -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @04:24PM (#239858)
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  • the concert in guadalajara was awesome although some people expected to ear a little bit more of mozz, i would like to know if somebody can tell me about the video clips played before morrisey get in to the stage, i really enjoyed those clips i want to know who are those artist(i recognize briggite bardot and j.dean)especially the first one. excuse my poor english.

    by the way this site its excellent.
    Anonymous -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @06:31PM (#239875)
  • This is the first concert I've been to where they play classical music before the show. I love it so I really enjoyed it :) Edward Elgar's cello concert was played.

    Does anybody know if Morrissey likes a particular composer? Is this usual in his concerts?
    pimo -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @07:06PM (#239880)
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  • Does anyone know anything about merch? T-shirts, posters, singles, anything?
    andreatobrazil <[email protected]> -- Wednesday November 15 2006, @10:22PM (#239890)
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  • That's a fantastic setlist. I hope he does all these songs in Manchester, what a perfect start to Christmas that would be.
    sarahT -- Thursday November 16 2006, @02:11AM (#239892)
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    • Re:Setlist by Argyris_Kravaritis (Score:1) Thursday November 16 2006, @04:59AM
      • Re:Setlist by sarahT (Score:1) Thursday November 16 2006, @07:25AM
        • Re:Setlist by Argyris_Kravaritis (Score:1) Thursday November 16 2006, @10:10PM
          • Re:Setlist by sarahT (Score:1) Friday November 17 2006, @02:18AM
            • Re:Setlist by Argyris_Kravaritis (Score:1) Sunday November 19 2006, @10:25PM
  • to guilty has to be one of moz's most awesome songs.
    The Subtle-poet -- Thursday November 16 2006, @03:08AM (#239894)
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  • that Ringleader is the first album since Arsenal to have all of its songs played live?
    Ben Budd -- Thursday November 16 2006, @03:57AM (#239897)
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  • There's still a bit of balast in that set list - Let Me Kiss You for one - but anybody who like myself has followed Morrissey's solo live career since 1991 will know that is an AMAZING set at this stage in his career.

    Not least - I've Changed My Plea To Guilty. That is monumental he is playing that.

    And Disappointed too. Bloody amazing.

    New Smiths additions always interesting, but if he does Guilty at Wembley I may explode.

    But does make me think; he MUST take note of comments on this site because that set is far more balanced in terms of his whole career than the ROTT-heavy first leg.
    Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @04:07AM (#239898)
  • William on YouTube! [youtube.com]

    What a beautiful moment it must have been to hear that song at the start of the show!
    basten -- Thursday November 16 2006, @05:09AM (#239906)
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  • Is it true this was soundchecked but not played? I hope it is true as i can see it popping up in future dates!
    Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @10:49AM (#239939)
  • Estuve en el concierto y vi a Morrissey a 3 metros en el back stage, es impresionante la personalidad que transmite, callado e introvertido pero impactante. Boz Boorer llevaba su playera de mickey mouse y me firmo mi playera del concierto, increíble Boz, muy sencillo.
    Moz you are the best
    londonmoz -- Thursday November 16 2006, @11:12AM (#239943)
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    "Life is a tale told by a fool, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing"
  • Moz said: the next song is called "get back to the Getho", that song was ganglord. I don´t know what's the corect name of that song. Anybody?
    londonmoz -- Thursday November 16 2006, @11:46AM (#239945)
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    "Life is a tale told by a fool, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing"
  • I love Moz and think he's a genius but the thought of these two turkeys getting another airing in his december shows is bemusing me. They are mediocre in the extreme. Why oh Why when he has a fantastic back catalogue does Moz choose to play these. And before all the houlier than thou brigade come on slagging me,I know its the artists choice, but can anyone hand on heart state they deserve to be played.
    hambleton -- Thursday November 16 2006, @12:16PM (#239948)
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  • us tour (Score:2, Interesting)

    I tried to post this on the forum but my password aint working. I got an email from gigwise.com regarding Morrissey US tour. It says the following:

    British Ringleader set to torment Usa

    Morrissey's latest album is titled Ringleader of the Tormentors, which debuted at number one in the UK album charts, and the Englishman is set to promote the album in East US through February and West and interior and well as a handful of South American dates in Late March.

    February dates as follow -

    Jan 29: Boston Tweeter Center
    Feb 2: New York Carnegie Hall
    Feb 3: New York Radio City Music Hall
    Feb 6: Washington 930 Club
    Feb 7: Philadelphia Tower Theatre
    Feb 9: Cleveland House of Blues
    Feb 10: Pittsburgh Wheeling Civic Center Arena
    Feb 11: Cincinatti Music Hall
    Feb 14: Clarkston Dte Energy Music Theatre
    Feb 15: Indianapolis Fountain Square Theatre
    Feb 16: ST Louis Fox Theatre
    Feb 19: Nashville Ryman Auditorium
    Feb 21: Little Rock Alltel Arena
    Feb 24: Oklamhoma City Bricktown Events Center
    Feb 25: Tulsa - venue Tbc
    Feb 27: Dallas Smirnoff Music Center
    Feb 28: Dallas Smirnoff Music Center
    Feb 29: Pasadena Convention Center
    Feb 30: Dallas Gypsy Tea Room

    I hope this is true - cant wait.

    Thanks moz
    Tickets on sale December 18th
    Presale on sale December 12th
    dialed a cliche -- Thursday November 16 2006, @12:25PM (#239950)
    (User #17682 Info)
  • Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @01:35PM (#239962)
  • Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @01:41PM (#239963)
  • This sounds like an excellent set-list. I was slightly uneasy the new gigs would be just a re-tread of the Summer concerts (which were just -slightly- tooROTT heavy and low-key for me), but now I'm very much looking forward to the GMEX at Xmas. Huzzahs!

    -Ben G
    Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @04:04PM (#239978)
  • Lots of videos in Youtube
    Follow me:
    http://youtube.com/results?search_query=morrissey+ Guadalajara

    Cheers
    Dirtysweet
    Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @09:55PM (#239991)
  • Hey, I was wearing this at the gig, did you spot it?

    I made it myself and like it better than the official ones at the merch stands.

    http://i15.tinypic.com/43y6csx.jpg [tinypic.com]
    Anonymous -- Thursday November 16 2006, @10:04PM (#239992)
  • To all Mexican Fans. Se lo merecieron ese concieto con ese set de canciones. Como no me puse las pilas para ir.
    tenderliz -- Friday November 17 2006, @06:03AM (#240017)
    (User #11301 Info)
  • Pre-show videos (Score:2, Informative)

    Si by gigliola cinquetti
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIZYbwqM4lw [youtube.com]
    Looking for a Kiss by NYDs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dTDmyil4aM [youtube.com]
    Bubble Gum by Brigitte Bardot
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNPYbOF_xOI [youtube.com]
    Judy min vän by Tommy Körberg
    http://www.dailymotion.com/visited/search/Judy%2C% 20min%20v%C3%A4n/video/x8td0_1969-suecia-judy-min- van [dailymotion.com]
    James Dean screen test
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=FkCw2k-wRyM [youtube.com]

    I´m missing one video...cause i can´t remember the name of the singer ..but it was an actress wearing a black dress. If i remember i´ll post it later.
    Anonymous -- Saturday November 18 2006, @10:02AM (#240116)
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