Alain Whyte: Now My Heart Is Full - Safe At Home Sessions (June 21, 2020)


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Regards,
FWD.
 

NealCassidy

FREE SPEECH
Didn't you hear Boz is QUITTING THE BAND
 
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Eli Terate

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FFS hes kissing up to Boz to get an in back in the band. As if Boz and Moz
spend the day watching Mr Rogers FFSo_O
Once in the band hes going to intrigue and double cross everybody out of there, while praising Boz. Then he kicks out Boz.:straightface:

Who's this Mr Rogers? What instrument does he play?
Does Alain Whyte really have a cunning plan?
Has Boz Boorer developed covid immunity?
What did Nancy Sinatra have for lunch?

Find out in the next episode of "Postponed" :guitar:
The life of a band not at all on the road.

(Featuring " M management" the managers who manage so little they don't bother giving their names anymore.:rock: )
 
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Vegan. Cro. Spirit. 888

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Who's this Mr Rogers? What instrument does he play?
Does Alain Whyte really have a cunning plan?
Has Boz Boorer developed covid immunity?
What did Nancy Sinatra have for lunch?

Find out in the next episode of "Postponed" :guitar:
The life of a band not at all on the road.

(Featuring " M management" the managers who manage so little they don't bother giving their names anymore.:rock: )

FC how did you manage to get to Vancouver? ?
did you take one of your 'trips':)
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
How about something a bit like Dallas.
There'd be a lot of competition for the role of Sue Ellen.

"You're drunk, Spencer"
"You're drunk, Jesse."
"You're drunk, Boorer."

WHO shot Morrissey?

Who planned his downfall? WHO?

(Introducing: Gustavo Manzur as Lucy.)
Moz turns up for the final episode but every time he says something it is drowned out by the canned laughter. He gives up and takes a shower, only to emerge to find himself way younger and back in The Smiths. It was all a dream. Bobby don't you think they know?
 
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Mayfly

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O FFS!!!
wtf Boz is his arch enemy who made him nervous:rolleyes:
he is doing his songs and wishing him a fathers day WTF?

Alain mentioned recently that he and Boz did not always see eye to eye, but I am happy to see that them have long sorted out these differences between them and risen above it. If only Morrissey had thedetermination to do something like that, maybe he would be living in a happier world.
 
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Eli Terate

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Moz turns up for the final episode but every time he says something it is drowned out by the canned laughter. He gives up and takes a shower, only to emerge to find himself way younger and back in The Smiths. It was all a dream. Bobby don't you think they know?

I totally see Alain as Bobby. The hard done by, better- looking brother everyone roots for but who takes ages to strike back.

Actually Gustavo would be perfect as Pamela. He's too innocent to play Lucy.

PLOT TWIST Having stepped out of the shower, a rejuvenated Morrissey/ JR realizes his true love is not music, but water, and he becomes THE MAN FROM ATLANTIS and everybody thinks he's hot again and not really racist, just...different but he doesn't care anymore he just wants to swim and watch Corrie and Shameless with his unwavering personal assistant. A dolphin.

Flipper don't you think they know?
 
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Benny-the-British-Butcher

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Didn’t Alain go to the funeral of Boorers Mum?

?? :knife:
 

Ben Budd

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I really enjoyed that. My favourite Morrissey song and it was played beautifully.
 

Ben Budd

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FFS hes kissing up to Boz to get an in back in the band. As if Boz and Moz
spend the day watching Mr Rogers FFSo_O
Once in the band hes going to intrigue and double cross everybody out of there, while praising Boz. Then he kicks out Boz.:straightface:
best option is to join the Salad punk rock group. They usually get beer money for playing that awful salad punk rock.?

Shut the f*** up, you insufferable prick.
 
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ItsNotFunnyAnymore

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I thought this website was for Morrissey, but it seems Alain Whyte is taking over.
 
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Far Forward

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There's something quite pitiful about these renditions now. Were they party pieces he pulled out to entertain his friends that would be fine, likewise if he was standing on the high street trying to earn dollars to feed his family, but the earnestness, and the pleading tone of voice and expressions all aimed squarely at Morrissey, are extremely uncomfortable to witness. Alain pretended to leave Morrissey's employ hoping that his bluff wouldn't be called. It was a clumsy attempt to extort more money out of his employer. He thought he had Morrissey over a barrel as a tour had been booked to promote You Are The Quarry and he thought he was irreplaceable under the circumstances. He gambled and lost, and instead of playing Arenas and large venues around the world to thousands of adoring fans, here he is, the very picture of a delusional has-been. The truth is Alain never knew his place. He was always trying to shove himself forward onstage, concentrating on posing rather than playing, seemingly unable to fathom that it was Morrissey who everyone had come to see. His gripes over money, along with his refusal to wear the stage clothes his employer had provided for future live appearances, led him to lay down ultimatums which have led him to this sorry, ignoble end. He has only himself to blame.
 
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There's something quite pitiful about these renditions now. Were they party pieces he pulled out to entertain his friends that would be fine, likewise if he was standing on the high street trying to earn dollars to feed his family, but the earnestness, and the pleading tone of voice and expressions all aimed squarely at Morrissey, are extremely uncomfortable to witness. Alain pretended to leave Morrissey's employ hoping that his bluff wouldn't be called. It was a clumsy attempt to extort more money out of his employer. He thought he had Morrissey over a barrel as a tour had been booked to promote You Are The Quarry and he thought he was irreplaceable under the circumstances. He gambled and lost, and instead of playing Arenas and large venues around the world to thousands of adoring fans, here he is, the very picture of a delusional has-been. The truth is Alain never knew his place. He was always trying to shove himself forward onstage, concentrating on posing rather than playing, seemingly unable to fathom that it was Morrissey who everyone had come to see. His gripes over money, along with his refusal to wear the stage clothes his employer had provided for future live appearances, led him to lay down ultimatums which have led him to this sorry, ignoble end. He has only himself to blame.

I think you heart him tho.
 
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There's something quite pitiful about these renditions now. Were they party pieces he pulled out to entertain his friends that would be fine, likewise if he was standing on the high street trying to earn dollars to feed his family, but the earnestness, and the pleading tone of voice and expressions all aimed squarely at Morrissey, are extremely uncomfortable to witness. Alain pretended to leave Morrissey's employ hoping that his bluff wouldn't be called. It was a clumsy attempt to extort more money out of his employer. He thought he had Morrissey over a barrel as a tour had been booked to promote You Are The Quarry and he thought he was irreplaceable under the circumstances. He gambled and lost, and instead of playing Arenas and large venues around the world to thousands of adoring fans, here he is, the very picture of a delusional has-been. The truth is Alain never knew his place. He was always trying to shove himself forward onstage, concentrating on posing rather than playing, seemingly unable to fathom that it was Morrissey who everyone had come to see. His gripes over money, along with his refusal to wear the stage clothes his employer had provided for future live appearances, led him to lay down ultimatums which have led him to this sorry, ignoble end. He has only himself to blame.
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yes very perceptive. he is pleading to moz, like a light french operetta is what it he sounds like.:(

he practically wanted to play the dumb guitar in front of the stage, in front of Moz and wanted to get paid as if he were Liberace.:straightface:

making demands and then pulling the fast move when the tour started thinking moz was going to hand him a bucket of money.:crazy:
he wanted to wear rockabilly clothes as he were the star of the show :(

very delusional as well. he is always carrying on about WORLD TOURS then plays and empty cafe hotel:crazy:

we are STILL waiting for the LATE BREAKING VERY IMPORTANT NEWS FFS:mad:

he really should get a bucket and sit and sing this material over at the cul de sac. :) no money but plenty of dole bought beer.o_O
 

gordyboy9

GAME OF DEATH.
If Moz did that then he is a chickenshit. If he hates confrontation so much then maybe he should stop creating toxic situations that necessitate others to do his dirty work for him. I find it amazing how nobody has spilled any dirt on Moz, apart from that poor guy who flew to the US to be Moz's personal helper just to be told he wasn't wanted. The sycophants here will say there IS no dirt on Moz but I think there must be. You don't lose/eject all those talented musicians/producers/record labels without raising dirt.
hes difficult and difficult people are hard to work for or with.dont think hes the terrible person people on here some make him out to be,maybe he has standards that certain people cant meet.
look at the hollywood bowl show where mikey farrel wanted free tickets for half of la,M said no and he was the bad one.
 
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hes difficult and difficult people are hard to work for or with.dont think hes the terrible person people on here make him out to be,maybe he has standards that certain people cant meet.
look at the hollywood bowl show where mikey farrel wanted free tickets for half of la,M said no and he was the bad one.
I agree, he’s not a terrible person , he is in control, he has ideas, if you accept an inversion to play for him, or in what ever capacity you will be employed by moz, then you enter the world of Morrissey, you either accept the role your asked to do, or if it’s not for you then don’t....some people learn along the way In life some do not... Morrissey has learned from his smiths days and has ( I think) taken control of a lot of things , yes he’s got a few things wrong, we all have..... It’s his show if people aren’t suited , then get off the stage....
 

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