posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
aly.smith writes:

A BBC insider has told me that Morrissey is due to release a live album, probably one of the Albert Hall nights, in the New Year before the studio album is released.
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
Robert Ross writes:

On a Pixies website, former Pixies frontman Frank Black (aka Black Francis) comments on the possibility of a Pixies reunion next year. Amongst his comments as to whether or not they will reform (he is currently with the 'Catholics' group), he said: "It is hard to say whether it will happen. It may or it may not. We are as unpredictable as Morrissey."

On the same website, he listed 'How Soon Is Now?' as one of his favourite songs. He further confessed that the video for Pixies classic 'Here Comes Your Man' was a copy of 'This Charming Man', with all of the flowers and his rip-off Morrissey quiff! Way to go Frank!
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
An anonymous person writes:

Good Charlotte's Morrissey-Loving Maddens Start Their Own Label - MTV news, 11.11.2003 9:17 PM EST

Is this sarcasm?


D.C. Flag will concentrate on exposing new or relatively unknown bands, although there is one major act Joel is desperate to sign. "My dream is to put out a Morrissey album," he said. "Morrissey, if you wanna ever put out a record, one record, with us, man, we will love it!"
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
David T. (different) sends a discussion link on Popbitch: what do we know about the Smiths musical that is due next year? - doreen, 14:48 17/11. Excerpt:

it is going to open in Liverpool
im nost sure of the details but it is featuring a string quartet and has female classically trained singers in it
*can this be right?*

doreen, 14:50 17/11
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
Chris Stangl writes:

Marc Spitz' black comedy "Shyness is Nice" is making it's West Coast debut at Burbank's Alliance Repertory Company.

Michael Cassady, Adam Legg, Tolly Callaway, Erin Underwood and Jeff Urquhart star, under the direction of Suzan Fellman. Smiths and Morrissey references fly fast and thick. Adverts read "The Smiths, drug deals, prostitutes, heroin, Nick Drake, gun shots and overdoses... just another play about falling in love."

The Alliance is located at 3204 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank. Shows are Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and Sundays at 7:00pm and is scheduled to run for six weeks through Sunday, December 21st.

Extensive information and TICKETS ($20) are available on-line at:
Alliance Repertory Company
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
sleeper writes:

I recently bought My Life With Morrissey DVD and did a review of it on my website.

Although the review may seem negative, it really is, after all, my opinion of the film and should not stop anyone from buying their own copy for themselves.

If you appear in the Morrissey documentary, "Real Life With Morrissey", and wish to have a screen capture of yourself, because you do not have the capability of doing screen captures, feel free to email me ( [email protected] ).
posted by davidt on Monday November 17 2003, @10:00AM
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