The Smiths And Morrissey Legacy Reissue Series

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Post 21-Feb-2014 12:01


:D :lol: it's worthwhile living the life of a lie ..... if it gets people talking
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Post 21-Feb-2014 12:13 (after 11 minutes)


i'm saddened that you have to defend yourself stephane... considering that you created one of the most referenced sites in the world of these haters... what a world... have as much damn fun as you want!!!!!
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Post 24-Feb-2014 10:27 (after 2 days 22 hours)


A compilation called "Old Grey Whistle Test: The Anthems". Annoyingly, they cross-faded it with the preceding track, so you don't get the start of it properly.
I'd got about a quid of free MP3 credit on Amazon that needed using before the end of the month so I've "bought" that, ta 8)
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Post 27-Feb-2014 19:13 (after 3 days)


Stephane doesn't seem to have included the two things I would wish hardest for from a hypothetical legacy series.
The Paris Eldorado concert from 1984 and the Glasgow Barrowlands concert from 1985 were both recorded for TV, although only extracts were broadcast. I don't think it is known whether footage of the full gigs exists, but surely the chances are reasonable. The bit of the Glasgow gig that was broadcast on the Tube is the best video of The Smiths we have, IMO.
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