posted by davidt on Friday April 07 2006, @02:00PM
Post your info and reviews related to this concert in the comments section below. Informative and interesting posts will be moderated up and highlighted. Other links (photos, external reviews, etc.) related to this concert will also be compiled in this section as they are sent in.
Set List:

First Of The Gang To Die / Still Ill / You Have Killed Me / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / Let Me Kiss You / My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye / Girlfriend In A Coma / In The Future When All's Well / To Me You Are A Work Of Art / A Song From Under The Floor Boards / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / How Soon Is Now? / Irish Blood, English Heart / At Last I Am Born / I Will See You In Far-off Places / Life Is A Pigsty // Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me


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  • Hooray!
    houdini72 -- Friday April 07 2006, @02:06PM (#209833)
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  • some info (Score:1, Informative)

    He played To me you are a work of art, a cover of a song by Magazine (I think) and In the future when all's well. He did not play Trouble Loves Me or I Have Forgiven Jesus. The setlist was also changed around a bit.
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @02:43PM (#209856)
    • Re:some info (Score:2, Informative)

      I just spoke to some friends who went to the gig tonight and he played "A Song From Under The Floorboards" by Magazine. I wish I was there... Great choice!
      Magnus -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:10PM (#209866)
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    • Astute viewers will note the resemblance of the first line to certain lines from "Accept Yourself." Great choice for a cover...but Jesse is no John McGeoch!

      Cheers,

      Jamie

      ***************************************

      I am angry I am ill and I'm as ugly as sin
      my irritability keeps me alive and kicking
      I know the meaning of life, it doesn't help me a bit
      I know beauty and I know a good thing when I see it

      This is a song from under the floorboards
      this is a song from where the wall is cracked
      my force of habit, I am an insect
      I have to confess I'm proud as hell of that fact

      I know the highest and the best
      I accord them all due respect
      but the brightest jewel inside of me
      glows with pleasure at my own stupidity

      This is a song ....

      I used to make phantoms I could later chase
      images of all that could be desired
      then I got tired of counting all of these blessings
      and then I just got tired

      This is a song ...
      Jamie <[email protected]> -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:23PM (#209871)
      (User #48 Info)
      • The song is Dostoevski's "Notes From Underground" set to music. As Vladimir Nabokov noted in his lecture on the tale, a more apt translation of the novella's Russian title is "Memoirs From Under The Floorboards" (or even "Memoirs From A Mousehole").

        I can't wait to hear this version live.

        -- Worm
        Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @09:17PM (#209937)
    • Re:some info by Magnus (Score:1) Friday April 07 2006, @03:48PM
  • Not the best Moz-consert i´ve been to, sad to say my hometown was not very appreciate of the man. Not to messy and frankly Morrissey seemed a bit of and not to impressed. But then again i guess he is not easily impressed. The performance was faultless but without that extra something that you get when the audience is realy on.
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @02:43PM (#209857)
    • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @03:17PM
    • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @04:30PM
      • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Saturday April 08 2006, @03:26AM
        • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Saturday April 08 2006, @03:35AM
          • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Saturday April 08 2006, @04:41AM
            • Re:Malmö by Anonymous (Score:0) Sunday April 09 2006, @06:37AM
    • danish review by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday April 11 2006, @03:43PM
  • Setlist (Score:2, Informative)

    I saw the show in Stockholm but unfortunately I'm (still) ill so I couldn't travel to Malmö today as I had planned. Anyways... I think the setlist is remarkably dull this far. Almost all of the songs that I had been looking forward to hearing have been taken off the setlist (you can imagine which ones). It now consists of a couple of The Smiths numbers, YATQ and of course nearly the entire ROTT, as he is promoting it.
    But... of course he can do whatever songs he wants to and he plays in his own league, so to speak. I just found his concerts more interesting years ago. Even though they're still good. Good that he chose the Magazine song A Song From Under The Floorboards.
    Magnus -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:30PM (#209875)
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  • Did he really play A Song From under The Floorboards? If so - fuckin brilliant!
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:31PM (#209876)
    • Re:So by Magnus (Score:1) Friday April 07 2006, @03:40PM
    • Re:So by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @04:56PM
  • Photos from Malmö (Score:1, Informative)

    I'm still uploading photos from the concert, but (in time) they'll all be available here: http://www.23hq.com/steffen/morrissey [23hq.com]
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:45PM (#209881)
  • I thought the crowd was quite enthusiastic (half of them probably Danish) and Moz was in reasonably good shape but with regards to voice and appearance.

    However, compared to Gothenburg (the last who I saw) he had removed three of the best songs (Trouble Loves Me, Reader meets author and I have forgiven Jesus) and replaced them with decidedly poorer choices: In the future when all's well, To me you are work of art and that new Magazine cover (which was actually really good). The order of the songs was also switched around.

    So all in all it could have been better. It's a shame that he now completely ignores his pre-Quarry solo career.

    The usual lyrics changes.

    Comments included:
    "Julia...I keep walking backwards...I can't stop"
    "No that wasn't Magazine...Yes, it was Magazine"
    "Oslo is beautiful, Helsinki is Beautiful, Stockholm is beautiful, Gothenburg is beautiful...(nothing about Malmo)."
    "I'd like to introduce you to the captain of the ship, Boz...The First lieutenant, Gary...The rear gunner Matt...The torpedo (something), Jesse Tobias...and finally the secret weapon, Mikey" (Nothing about who he was himself this time)
    Joemoz -- Friday April 07 2006, @03:51PM (#209885)
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  • one of you clever swedes must have recorded this gig?
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @04:14PM (#209893)
    • Re:surely by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @04:19PM
      • Re:surely by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @04:25PM
    • Re:surely by Anonymous (Score:0) Friday April 07 2006, @05:07PM

  • so, now to the most unimportant question!
    did he throw any shirts to the audience in malmö? if he did, that leaves sthlm as the only gig in sweden where he didnt throw one!
    Freya -- Friday April 07 2006, @04:29PM (#209896)
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  • Obviously we're all eager to read the entire setlist, but while we wait for that... what track did he open with? Was it First of the Gang to Die again, or something different? love, math+
    Math Tinder -- Friday April 07 2006, @05:00PM (#209913)
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  • wOw Morrissey rules.......

    Im going to Roskilde :)

    It's the same O.....

    enzo
    Jeppsson -- Friday April 07 2006, @06:02PM (#209925)
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  • I can't believe Moz covered Magazine tonight. I've always loved that tune. You can tell Moz was inspired by it lyrically.

    Mickey, Ireland.
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @09:11PM (#209936)
  • Hear under the floor boards here:
    http://www.badongo.com/file/445746

    Malmö, 2006-Apr-07 setlist

    01 **** preshow tape
    02 First of the gang to die.
    03 Still ill
    04 You have killed me
    05 The youngest was the most loved
    06 Let me kiss you
    07 My Life is a Succession of People Saying Goodbye
    08 Girlfriend in a coma
    09 In the future when all is well
    10 To Me You Are A Work Of Art
    11 A song from under the floor boards
    12 I Just Want To See The Boy Happy
    (band intros)
    13 How soon is now
    14 Irish blood, english heart
    15 At Last I Am Born
    16 I Will See You In Far Off Places
    17 Life Is A Pigsty
    E
    18 Last night i dreamed that somebody loved me
    Anonymous -- Friday April 07 2006, @10:58PM (#209945)
  • Mostly the same as before (ALIAB: "Vegetarians note", etc) And YHKM kept the "Tony Visconit is me" and began with (I don't know if this has been noted yet) "Passolini is me/ Fellini you'll be".

    Great show!

    Mentioned something about "Hair shirts" to Julia.
    Anonymous -- Saturday April 08 2006, @03:43AM (#209990)
  • I really loved the show!!! This was the third time I had the oppurtunity to see the mozzer live, and this was the best yet... I think the selection of song was incredible and the Magazine-cover was the higlight of the show (sorry, How soon is now)....
    Zimeon -- Saturday April 08 2006, @04:27AM (#209998)
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  • I was very happy to hear the song "Judy, min vän" before the show. The song is sung by swedish Tommy Körberg and is supposedly one of Morrissey absolute favorite-song... Here is a translation into english...

    ---------------------

    Judy my friend

    Judy my friend, you are so thoughtful
    why Judy my friend

    Judy my friend, you are so quiet and sad
    why Judy my friend

    Are you starting to realize we both, you and me
    maybe never can be happy together
    Judy my friend

    Judy my friend you love things, houses, TV and wine
    your way is full of luxuries and things,
    that is not my style

    Our ways goes apart, let me say it like this
    I can never be the man that you need,
    Judy my friend

    Refrain:

    Gods, let me explain
    I live for the moment, just a dreamer,
    this is my philisophy,
    I always just want to feel free

    Judy my friend your dreams of money seems to me small and narrowminded,
    my dreams is of green fields,
    the playful wind and just a song

    Maybe one day I´ll change my mind,
    and then I you will hear from me,
    I will present myself as your Mr. Smith

    Judy my friend here comes our crossroad
    maybe we´ll meet again
    then we´ll see what life´s turned us to,
    Judy my friend

    Refrain

    Judy my friends here comes our crossroad
    maybe we´ll meet again
    then we´ll see what life´s done with us,
    Judy my friend (3x)

    --------------------------

    Something like this...

    A great song!

    Check it out!
    Zimeon -- Saturday April 08 2006, @05:01AM (#210002)
    (User #13130 Info)
  • At Last I Am Born................... 8
    First Of The Gang To Die............ 8
    Girlfriend In A Coma................ 8
    How Soon Is Now?.................... 8
    I Just Want To See They Boy......... 8
    I Will See You In Far-off........... 8
    Irish Blood, English Heart.......... 8
    Let Me Kiss You..................... 8
    Life Is A Pigsty.................... 8
    My Life Is a Succession Of People... 8
    Still Ill........................... 8
    The Youngest Was The Most Loved..... 8
    You Have Killed Me.................. 8
    Trouble Loves Me.................... 7
    I Have Forgiven Jesus............... 6
    Last Night I Dreamt Somebody Loved.. 6
    Reader Meet Author.................. 6
    In The Future When All's Well....... 3
    Stop Me If You Think You've Heard... 2
    Suedehead........................... 2
    A Song From Under The Floor Boards.. 1
    I Like You.......................... 1
    bored -- Saturday April 08 2006, @11:13AM (#210064)
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  • What a nice show!!! //\\//\\
    Anonymous -- Saturday April 08 2006, @11:21AM (#210065)
  • A great show by Moz.

    Not his best. But that was more because of the audience. They weren't that wild. Unfortunately.

    Before the show fans gathered outside the entrance. Around 200 fans.

    The setlist was great. And Morrissey threw 2 of his 3 shirts into the audience. The first shirt was a black one and the last a blue one. He kept his beautiful yellow shirt for himself! maybe because it suited him best!

    I must say that "I Will See You in Far Of (Malmoe) Places" is probably one of Moz best live songs ever. Also "Life's a Pigsty". 2 new, great live songs.

    I hoped he would play "Dear God, Please Help Me", but knew he wouldn't.

    "I Have Forgiven Jesus" was also not played. Sadly! Missed that song.

    I cannot wait to see Morrissey again. The best living performer on earth. A living legend.

    "That's Life" - Frank Sinatras song is the best outro song you can think of after a show with the great Morrissey.

    See you Steven! //\\//\\
    Anonymous -- Saturday April 08 2006, @02:58PM (#210103)
  • Was totally awsome, however too short! God I love him!

    All the new songs grew on stage, except for At Last I Am Born. He was a killer, and deadsexy!
    Anonymous -- Saturday April 08 2006, @03:34PM (#210105)
  • As you can see the set list for the night was fantastic. Great set list shame about the crowd ! The venue a working Basketball Arena was packed (almost full) with the brightest and finest of Malmo's socialati. Very little Glitt ot Glam about the place though. We're talking a lot of hair products and all the fashions from the corresponding TV advertising campaigns mimicked to within an inch of their lives.
    "Still ill" the second song of the set was wasted on the majority of the audience but for the few freaks like me who have nothing better to do than pop over to Sweden for a gig, it was a much appreciated treat. Aswell as "a song from under the floorboards" a Magazine cover no less !
    Thankfully for everyones sake "Dear God please help me" wasn't part of the set. The Mortification factor would have been just too much for all invlolved. All of the new album tracks sounded great. The Gem that is "Life is a pigsty" being the most notable high point.
    Sound quality in the venue on the night was a little up and down with one or two obvious digitalising effect gaffs, most notably during "How soon is now" doh ! how did Andy Rourke handle it b4 such gadgetry came along ???
    All in all a good gig for the few on the night who had a clue and for the other few who were up for fun. For the restrained clappers and cling-on brigade and their hair straigtners they got to hear "Irish blood English heart" and the new US No.1 "You have killed me" imagine that Julia !
    For me I have the Dublin gig to look forward to Sunday April 16 and hopefully abit more than 70 minutes our dear friends in Malmo got.
    by_Dublin -- Saturday April 08 2006, @10:46PM (#210126)
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  • I posted this list in a thread on the general board yesterday, but I thought I might post it here as well, in the hope of someone reading this being able to identify tracks number 1 and 11.

    These songs were played before Morrissey entered the stage in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Malmö:

    1. Punk song, female vocals (X-Ray Spex?)
    2. Brian Eno: Seven Deadly Finns
    3. Mary Hopkin: Never Turn Your Back on Mother
          Earth
    4. Ramones: Carbona Not Glue
    5. Olivia Newton-John: Long Live Love
    6. New York Dolls: Bad Detective
    7. Tommy Körberg: Judy min vän
    8. Ramones: Why Is It Always This Way
    9. The Boyfriends: I Love You
    10. Monique Melsen: Pomme, pomme, pomme
    11. Italian 60’s song, male vocals
    12. The Smoking Popes: You’ll Never Walk Alone
    13. Jobriath: What a Pretty

    Exitus: Frank Sinatra: That’s Life

    However, track number 9 was left out in Malmö.

    Tracks number 5, 7 and 10 are all old Eurovision Song Contest entries (UK 1974, Sweden 1969 and Luxembourg 1971).

    Any help in identifying tracks 1 and 11 would be much appreciated. /Ulf.
    Salinger -- Sunday April 09 2006, @02:18AM (#210134)
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  • "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" should be the main encore on this tour. "Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me" was great for the Quarry tour.

    "Suedehead" should be played mostly every night.
    Anonymous -- Sunday April 09 2006, @08:19AM (#210179)
    • Re:Setlist by houdini72 (Score:1) Sunday April 09 2006, @08:36AM
      • Re:Setlist by by_Dublin (Score:1) Tuesday April 11 2006, @05:31AM
  • http://rapidshare.de/files/17580303/moz.20060704-m almo.mp3.zip.html
    Anonymous -- Sunday April 09 2006, @09:00AM (#210197)
  • A great show! Although Morrissey didn't seem to impressed by Malmö...

    Someone in the audience gave him an easter egg which he accepted with a confused look on his face.

    http://www.23hq.com/ninaboel/album/568231 [23hq.com] http://www.23hq.com/ninaboel/album/568231

    ninaboel -- Sunday April 09 2006, @01:24PM (#210275)
    (User #16226 Info)
  • PLEASE UPLOAD THE SHOW AGAIN, THANKS!!!

    Please, please Let me get what I want this time...

    Alan
    Anonymous -- Sunday April 09 2006, @03:30PM (#210303)
  • I am looking forward to his gig this evening. Tomorrow I will give my comments! I know it will be great.
    Greetings from the Hendersons.
    Spinnekop -- Monday April 10 2006, @02:00AM (#210368)
    (User #16233 Info)


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