Far Out: "From David Bowie to Morrissey: Tony Visconti names the favourite songs that he worked on" (March 3, 2021)

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Morrissey’s 2006 track, ‘Ganglord’, is another one that Visconti adores, noting: “Sadly, ‘Dear God, Please Help Me’ and ‘You Have Killed Me’ from Ringleader of the Tormentors, the album I made with Morrissey, aren’t widely available. But ‘Ganglord’ is available on an album called Swords, a B-sides album. I’m so proud of it, and Morrissey still plays it in his shows. It comes from the sessions for Ringleader of the Tormentors, which came about because they’d sacked their first producer. I was a substitute producer, but that doesn’t matter to me.”

The usual Far Out article about another article.

The Tidal piece referenced is a bit more descriptive:

"2006 “Ganglord” (Morrissey):
Sadly, ‘Dear God, Please Help Me’ and ‘You Have...

the Pretty in Pink Soundtrack (featuring The Smiths) at 35

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from: https://rockandrollglobe.com/new-wave/left-of-center-the-pretty-in-pink-soundtrack-at-35/

Left of Center: the Pretty in Pink Soundtrack at 35​

Director John Hughes’s curatorial powers got college rock higher than ever on the charts

Remember when the Smiths, New Order, and the Psychedelic Furs made the top 5 on Billboard’s album chart?

The album has a number of now-iconic UK college rock artists on it, none of whom had come anywhere near the tops of the US pops in 1986: New Order (who actually had a trio of songs featured in the film, though only “Shell-Shock” appears on its soundtrack), Echo and the Bunnymen, the Smiths, Psychedelic Furs (who re-recorded “Pretty in Pink,” originally from their ‘81 album Talk Talk Talk, in a slightly more pop-friendly version for the film; the new single peaked at #41 in the US), and most of all, British synthpop stars Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, a/k/a OMD, whose “If You Leave”...

Morrissey Central "YOU MUST PLEASE REMEMBER" (March 3, 2021)

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SER appears to have noticed this track just turned 27 years old (released on February 28, 1994).
Like we did 3 days ago.

Morrissey Central "DENISE JOHNSON" (March 1, 2021)

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As covered here last July & October.

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SER YouTube: "Hollywood Bowl Hands" (February 28, 2021)

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Not sure as to the why.

Rhoda Dakar covers Morrissey - "Everyday Is Like Sunday"

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Just seen that the fantastically talented Rhoda Dakar, who has sang with The Specials and many more, is releasing a cover of Morrissey's Every Day Is Like Sunday.
Can only imagine the meltdown that will cause at Guardian HQ.

Link posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:

Brief video clip made available via Rhoda's FB:

Morrissey Central "THE NEXT DAY" (February 26, 2021)

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Morrissey Central "THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT" (February 26, 2021) - "Cosmic Dancer (live) / That's Entertainment" enters at #1 on Official UK Vinyl Singles Chart

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The David Bowie & Morrissey single has entered the UK Vinyl Chart at number 1.


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