Help with Moz books?

dicartwright

Active Member
I need, as soon as possible, a list of Morrissey/Smiths books list, WITH EDITORS (because bookshops keep asking me that), author, and year or decade if possible.
And also, again if possible, which mags have had him on the cover lately? I'd need to know name and country.


I'm planning on asking for some in a bookshop and see what they can get me.

thank you :)
 

Black Eyed

Isn't he gorgeous !!
I wont have everything I'm sure, but this is my collection and not in any particular order;)

SMITHS

ALL MEN HAVE SECRETS - TOM GALLAGHER/MICHAEL CAMPBELL/MURDO GILLIES
THE SMITHS, SONGS THAT SAVED YOUR LIFE - SIMON GODDARD
THE SMITHS - MICK MIDDLES
THE SMITHS IN QUOTES - PHOTOGRAPPHY BY KEVIN CUMMINS
THE SMITHS AND BEYOND - KEVIN CUMMINS
THE SMITHS THE VISUAL DOCUMENTARY - JOHNNY ROGAN
THE SMITHS THE EARLY YEARS - PAUL SLATTERY

MORRISSEY

MORRISSEY - JOHNNY ROGAN
MORRISSEY AND MARR THE SEVERED ALLIANCE - JOHNNY ROGAN
SAINT MORRISSEY - MARK SIMPSON
MORRISSEY LANDSCAPES OF THE MIND - DAVID BRET
MEETINGS WITH MORRISSEY - LEN BROWN
MORRISSEY SHOT - LINDER STERLING
MORRISSEY IN HIS OWN WORDS - JOHN ROBERTSON
PEEPHOLISM - JO SLEE
MORRISSEY IN PICTURES - JEMMA WHEELER
MORRISSEY IN QUOTES - BABYLON BOOKS
BIGMOUTH - PAT REID
MORRISSEY - PAT REID
MORRISSEYS MANCHESTER - PHILL GATENBY
PANIC ON THE STREETS - PHILL GATENBY
SAINT MORRISSEY - MARK SIMPSON
MORRISSEY SCANDAL AND PASSION - DAVID BRET
MORRISSEY IN CONVERSATION/ESSENTIAL INTERVIEW-EDITED PAUL WOODS


Not forgetting the two books written by Morrissey:
Exit Smiling and James Dean is Not Dead
 
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dicartwright

Active Member
that's a wonderful list :cool:
could you check the publishers? BEcause that's what I need to know in order to import them from a bookshop

Is Bargain Books right for All men have secrets?

OH! and... *ahem* which ones have pictures... ? :)
 

Jukebox Jury

Retired
''Morrissey's Manchester'' was published by Empire Publications
''Panic In The Streets'' was published by Reynold & Hearns
;)

For the others, simply type the title / author into Amazon and they will provide all the information you seek:)

Jukebox Jury
 

dicartwright

Active Member
Most Morrissey books are just the same old shit again and again. Saint Morrissey is particularly crap.
Morrissey In Conversation is a good read though.

Ok :D That's why I'm more interested in pictures... Is it terrible of me to want to read "The severed alliance"?


''Morrissey's Manchester'' was published by Empire Publications
''Panic In The Streets'' was published by Reynold & Hearns
;)
For the others, simply type the title / author into Amazon and they will provide all the information you seek:)

Jukebox Jury

Thak you JJ, I think that's about it, I don't think they'll get any of them anyway :p
 

sistasheila

tjekket
Most Morrissey books are just the same old shit again and again. Saint Morrissey is particularly crap.
Morrissey In Conversation is a good read though.


i disagree...i like mark simpson`s style`s(/saint morrissey) of writing though
its written in quite an entertaining way..
I know other moz books where the auth has not much of aclue or isa fann in a slightest way..sorry mr bret youre surely nice and know a lot about marlene but...i still wonder about mr bret`s observation of "i`d love to" ..LOL...even though a dew interviewquotes were in there who i i dint know....
mark was (still is) at least a (huge) fan ..the typiical one who likes to complain about one thing or the other but still remans faithful
I also liked the bit about the northern women and the class structures...if you re not from the Uk and have not written a lot /rarely a lot of books concerning this its quite interesting
 
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