posted by davidt on Monday July 17 2006, @03:00PM
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Set List:

Panic / Irish Blood, English Heart / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / First Of The Gang To Die / In The Future When All's Well / Still Ill / I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now / Let Me Kiss You / Girlfriend In A Coma / I Will See You In Far-off Places / To Me You Are A Work Of Art / You Have Killed Me / Trouble Loves Me / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / Ganglord / Human Being / Life Is A Pigsty // How Soon Is Now?


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  • Grazie!
    Anonymous -- Monday July 17 2006, @03:32PM (#228593)
    • Re:Setlist? by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday July 17 2006, @03:49PM
  • Setlist (Score:3, Informative)

    Prego !

    Panic / Irish Blood, English Heart / The Youngest Was The Most Loved / First Of The Gang To Die / In The Future When All's Well / Still Ill / I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now / Let Me Kiss You / Girlfriend In A Coma / I Will See You In Far-off Places / To Me You Are A Work Of Art / You Have Killed Me / Trouble Loves Me / I Just Want To See The Boy Happy / Ganglord / Human Being / Life Is A Pigsty / How Soon Is Now?

    Amazing gig! That's all i can say.

    Wonderful place.
    Moz said:"Thank you for downloading Ringleader of the Tormentors. You are very wise. Wise,really ".

    Now, i'm going to sleep.
    Good night. And thank you, Morrissey.

    MAZGAB

    Anonymous -- Monday July 17 2006, @03:50PM (#228598)
    • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday July 17 2006, @10:52PM
    • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday July 18 2006, @12:44AM
      • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday July 18 2006, @03:57AM
        • Re:Setlist by Anonymous (Score:0) Wednesday July 19 2006, @11:37PM
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  • Julia Spoke! (Score:3, Interesting)

    The set list above is correct. Moz in good form.
    Sound not so good for the first 2-3 songs.

    Oscar Wilde was still there.

    He started the set spelling Mi-la-no. Several times.

    During the first two songs he had a cigarette on his ear, then he threw it to the audience.

    Introducing the band he said : 'I have my mafioso, Boz Boorer'.

    He asked Julia if she had eaten breakfast. He passed the microphone to her and she said: 'Yes, I had some biscuits, how are you?', and something else I could not understand.

    Before the encore he said: 'Don't forget Pasolini'.

    He said that the location was beautiful and thanked the audience: 'Bellissimo, Bellissima'.

    The mosquitos almost killed me.

    Time for bed,
    Cheers
    El Manzo -- Monday July 17 2006, @04:35PM (#228603)
    (User #15663 Info)
    People are fragile things.
    • Re:Julia Spoke! by Anonymous (Score:0) Monday July 17 2006, @08:28PM
      • Backdrop Picture (Score:3, Insightful)

        Yes, sorry.
        I was talking about the backdrop.
        Here:
        http://digilander.libero.it/elmanzo/moz_backdrop.j pg

        (Copy & Paste and delete space between j&p in the .jpg extension)
        El Manzo -- Monday July 17 2006, @10:40PM (#228615)
        (User #15663 Info)
        People are fragile things.
    • Re:Julia Spoke! by defari (Score:1) Monday July 17 2006, @08:41PM
  • Moz call me, you must!
    (I have to be good at cooking though!)
    I'm sure we can meet soon so
    don't lose faith X
    It must be so awesome to sing
    in the nature. It's like a dream, don't you think? Tell me all the things you've seen Morrissey!
    I love you very much as ever. X
    Anonymous -- Monday July 17 2006, @07:55PM (#228610)
  • great gig....really....very funny when moz said that italians are wise because download his cd....but more funny was when i saw tiziano ferro on the queue for the toilet....ah ah ah ah ah...my new idol....!!!!!!

    c ya

    marco
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @01:35AM (#228623)
  • Great show (Score:2, Insightful)

    Much better than I was expecting. Went to see Kings of Convenience there last year and everybody just sat in their seats. Morrissey isn't so well known in Italy so I was fearing the worst.

    Moz got a grat reception last night though. The band looked great in their Italy jerseys. He sang really well and seemed to enjoy himself. Lovely spot for a gig too. Forza Moz!!
    alesi -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @01:44AM (#228626)
    (User #17105 Info)
  • he also sang "italian blood, english hearth" and in "still ill" he sang something like "england's swine and it ows me a living" - am I right??

    according to a friend of mine, at a certain point he told somethibng about ligths that were making he look like a very old person - I totally missed it, what did he say exactly?
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @02:17AM (#228627)
  • Amazing gig (Score:2, Informative)

    It was my first Morrissey's gig, and it was definitely wonderful. I was among those very close to the stage and fighting for a scrap of his black blouse (without luck!). Moz in excellent form, inspired and sarcastic at his best. The Villa Arconati was an amazing background for the concert, and he said: "This place is really wonderful.. I mean, here (pointing at the stage), with this picture of Oscar Wilde" :)
    Then: "Thank you for downloading Ringleader of the Tormentors. You are wise, very wise". From the public a fan cried in unsure English "We bought it" and Moz understood "We forty!".. So he said: "You forty? You are more than forty, I'm sure" :)
    A fan gave him a book (a MA thesis on his music?) and another a present packed with brown paper and a red bow. I can't see why all those policemen were there.. I planned to jump on stage and hug him, but was impossible. Even to take pics or film was impeded by the "bobbies" - but someone succeeded the same ;) Grazie Moz for the emotions you gave us, I love you more than ever - this evening was one of the most exciting of my entire life. Hope to see you again in far and close places!!
    Macsim -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @02:27AM (#228628)
    (User #17094 Info)
  • a dream
    with oscar and anna magnani
    moz
    i love you, i still do
    the most incredible gig ever
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @02:52AM (#228630)
  • Villa Arconati is an amazing place to be with those marvellous statues and a fountain with a little angel , telling you of the time these noble people used to stroll among luxurious vegetation in the company of pheasants , boars , under the eye of Diana , the hunter, and now , yesterday Morrissey pouring out his heart and soul to us, blessed by the moon under the protecting evermoving eyes of Oscar Wilde shining golden and blue lights, .....Diana was happy as I was to see our Moz for the first time, I'll never forget this night ... I'll never forget pasolini .....
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @05:43AM (#228636)
  • Milan concert photos (Score:2, Informative)

    I've posted some photos from last night on my personal blog. This is the address:

    http://axonthenet.splinder.com

    Every comment or critic will be well accepted!

    Axon
    Axonthenet -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @06:05AM (#228637)
    (User #17107 Info)
  • they did play still ill between al´s well and anybody´s hero, but except that, the list is correct.i thought the audience wasn´t that enthusiastic. i had the luck to be in king's lynn with my dear friends and that was absolutely fabulous. so every other audience has a hard task to top that atmosphere. But it was the first time i went to a morrissey show with my girlfriend and we got a piece of his lilac shirt(very hard work indeed, but she did a good job) and had a great time in milan. so it was once again worth the travel. The place was very lovely. An antic villa just outside Milan in nowhere land. The band had their rooms in the old part of the building. I saw Boz sitting and probably writing the setlist on his notebook through a window while Morrissey stood beside him. Good memory to keep. Unfortunately the stage and the chairs (it was seated, but in front of the stage was space for 10 rows of us)was inside a large open tent that could have stood everywhere on this planet. so there wasn´t a special beautiful feeling during the show, but the oscar wilde banner was extremely impressive. He opens the show with "milano, oh milano, oh milano", don´t know where that was from and the band was wearing the jerseys of the national soccer team of italy with their "names" on the back. "Boozer", "Gary", "Chico"(jesse)and "Tubby Player" I guess. Missed Matt´s back, sorry.
    all in all, i hope they won´t stop this tour forever. i am extremely lucky (life is a pigsty, but we are the kobe cows) that i was able to see him three times on this tour and get used to see him every other month. The band is in great form and the setlists always work so good. To end the show with HSIN was so intense. THANK YOU. and yes english is not easy and sorry for repeating anything and scusa for boring you...blah blah blah.
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @10:36AM (#228651)
    • Re:still ill by Anonymous (Score:0) Tuesday July 18 2006, @11:26AM
  • Does anyone know if you can buy one day tickets for this Paris festival on the gate as I have had no luck finding them on the internet and the official site onlt mentions the two day tickets.
    Whalley Range -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @10:53AM (#228652)
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  • Shame on me!
    Today July 18,06 I was on the way to Bollate when I realized the gig was yesterday.
    I was so proud of it, after such a long time Moz was back in Milan again....
    Sorry for being so ugly.
    umbyyy -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @11:49AM (#228665)
    (User #16573 Info)
  • Did Moz have any support band?
    I just happend to listen to "the boyrfiends" who just sound like "Sack" so brilliant.....
    umbyyy -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @12:07PM (#228670)
    (User #16573 Info)
  • I was in Rome and Milan and I'm so really happy because Moz was incredible and fantastic!
    In Milan I was so lucky to take a big piece of His shirt after a very hard match with other people! So incense parfumed!
    GRAZIE MORRISSEY!!!

    Daniela
    Anonymous -- Wednesday July 19 2006, @12:42AM (#228723)
  • Just think how much greater this tour would be if it was for something better than that dreadful ROTT. Time to forget this release and move on. Has there been a more pompus and bombastic release in the last ten years other than Ringleader? I think not. The cd should have been called "Ringleader Of The Pretentious". Give Moz credit though, he balances simpleton "You Have Killed Me" with bloated "Far Off Places" and "Pigsty".
    Anonymous -- Wednesday July 19 2006, @08:54AM (#228754)
  • Hello, here you can find some more pictures from both Montreux and Milano.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/721 57594204814179/ [flickr.com]

    In Montreux the security was very strict and it wasn't easy to take pictures, while in Milano I had no problems at all! I even took a few videos (complete Girlfriend and HSIN)
    You can find Girlfriend on youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-xHNHAP2U0 [youtube.com]
    geez -- Wednesday July 19 2006, @10:36AM (#228757)
    (User #17114 Info)
  • I thought to be recovered from music, music in general.
    So much time was passed by that I thought I definitively left music behind, one basic component of my life that slowly lost importance, eaten by life. Ok, sometimes I felt a brief shudder when the radio, unespectedly, transmitted certain songs, but I've always thought that it was a regurgitation that often provoked a compound of nostalgia and other bad feelings.
    I didn't want to go, I thought: warm, humidity, mosquitos… and the the risk to meet someone that I would not ever meet. And then, many years after I would perhaps demolished definitively the intimate image that until that moment I had, it already happened other times and I was astonished. At the end she convinced me: to assist to a concert shouldn't be too laborious or complicated, and like other times I could have wasted time analyzing lights, the feeling between the musicians, understanding what should be better to add or to remove. And more, it was very close home and the air also refreshed. Ok, let's go!
    In a few minutes we parked. I was relaxed, without any particular emotions but so far, probably I would have been bored. Then, unespectedly, “Panic on the streets of London…” the concert has begun, and once more that shudder, this time more present and concrete, without the disagreeable accessory feelings. How much time was passed! Probably i'm not recovered, but still ill.
    Inadequate -- Thursday July 20 2006, @02:20AM (#228839)
    (User #17116 Info)
    • Re:Recovered by El Manzo (Score:1) Thursday July 20 2006, @09:42AM
  • Who is Jed?
    Anonymous -- Friday July 21 2006, @03:47AM (#228971)
  • at this link
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVgAUyfCGjI
    you can find morrissey performing "you have killed me" in milan.

    a0
    Anonymous -- Saturday July 22 2006, @07:03PM (#229289)
  • at

    http://www.break.com/index/
    zidane_head_butt_game.html
    inlovewiththepast -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @12:54AM (#228620)
    (User #1028 Info)
    truth rest your head there is more than a life at stake here..she may well sell sanctuary but she'll also sell your soul
  • I love him, too...he is SO HOT!!!

    And the French played much better.
    Anonymous -- Tuesday July 18 2006, @06:53AM (#228644)
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