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    Morrissey signature

    Way off IMHO. The picture was licensed for posters and is commercially available - so prints aren't that hard to aquire. Looks like an Ebay job where you or they end up spending more on the matting than the picture is actually worth. Regards, FWD.
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    An even smaller quarantine library (4 books - PDF scans)

    Follow the link in post 1. FWD.
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    Mporium (UK): 20% off this weekend No sign of similar Stateside. FWD.
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    Morrissey A-Z: "Drive-In Saturday"

    From Louder Sound (and probably most plausible): "The band caught a train to Seattle and then Phoenix. During that journey, Bowie wrote Drive-In Saturday, a futuristic post-apocalyptic sci-fi twist on American 50s rock’n’roll that namechecks Carl Jung, NY Doll Sylvain Sylvain (Bowie misspelled...
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    Morrissey A-Z: "Drive-In Saturday"

    Excuse the long block of text. As I'm currently working through this book, here's the Drive In Saturday section from The Complete David Bowie (Expanded And Updated Sixth Edition) by Nicholas Pegg. It provides a bit of background regarding the song. The hyphen in the title seems to come and...
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    Book of Condolence Thread

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    Strange/unexpected Moz references?

    Briefest bit of Someday...
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    Omega Auctions: "Day 1: Music Memorabilia / Day 2: Rare & Collectable Vinyl Records" (February 23-24, 2021)

    There's a couple of records/cassettes in with generic lots, but nothing of any particular interest in the lots scheduled for part 2 of the auction today. Kudos to @joe frady who, I'm sure, is cleaning his tape heads as I type :) Fingers crossed there's some gems in there for you. Regards, FWD.
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    Morrissey A-Z: "Drag the River"

    Another water-themed track. Alliteration again. Always felt this was formed around the idea of Virginia Woolf's death or something similar (with things like Shakespeare's Sister setting the tone many years prior). Her drowning in Lewes is pretty coastal. Liked & listened to. FWD.
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