Recent content by Francisco Farinha

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    Zack Snyder's recollection of making "Tomorrow" promo video

    Fair enough. I’m not particularly fond of Morrissey’s official videos. For some reason, I don’t think they manage to capture the essence of his songs. They don’t do them justice. Sure, there are some cool ones, The Last of International Playboys, I Have Forgiven Jesus, The More You Ignore Me...
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    Zack Snyder's recollection of making "Tomorrow" promo video

    I'm surprised you haven't mentioned Seasick Yet Still Docked. Think it's the one video that accurately captures his state of mind in regards to a song.
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    Stephen Street says he would still work with Morrissey

    Stephen Street is doing his part. C'mon Morrissey !! https://www.nme.com/news/music/stephen-street-says-he-would-still-work-with-morrissey-2894826
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    The Telegraph: "Stephen Street on falling out with Morrissey, the Britpop wars and getting Pete Doherty to behave" (December 15, 2020)

    Great read. Stephen Street is such a nice person. And if one carefully read between the lines, it doesn't sound impossible him producing Morrissey's next album. He genuinely admires him despite the way Moz treated him after Viva Hate. Seen Morrissey is currently without a contract, imo, this...
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    NME: "Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! - Boy George" - Morrissey mentions (November 20, 2020)

    I agree with you. I really like this cover. Would have been so much better. This session produced some "odd" photos but somehow likeable to the eye. One of those was even used in a shady Indonesina bootleg. Original Maladjusted plus Dog on a Chain are his worst covers by a mile.
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    Miraval Sessions

    Forget it. Found the big NHS file.
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    Miraval Sessions

    FWD, Think it would be possible to put that file up again? TBH, Miraval sessions is the one I'm looking after but keen on other stuff if available. Thank you.
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    13 Morrissey studio albums ranking

    Undoubtedly my favourite album with the passing of years. I rank it up there with V&I and Your Arsenal. The song Southpaw alone makes the album an absolute must. Keep listening. You'll have a click; we all do.
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    Morrissey Radio

    If you re looking for a 24h streaming radio, adds/publicity free, covering mainly Morrissey's catalogue, look no further. Bootlegs, less known live versions, occasional interviews and the mandatory official records. I know we live an era of musical streaming abundance but I found this radio...
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    Morrissey Central "Parlophone Records" (August 31, 2020)

    That's Entertainment + Cosmic Dancer mock up Future 7 inch version of "That's Entertainment." From the talented Moz fan @UnderTheIronBridge. Collab with @moz_angeles213 on Instagram for this mock up.
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    And if you pick Have a go Merchant, how not to equally throw, Whatever Happens, I love you. Seriously, from this era, there was nothing short than awesome. The transition from Vauxhall into Southpaw was magical.
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    Am I wrong by saying that Moz performed Sunny @Jools Holland in 1995 when promoting Southpaw Grammar?
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    I would then swop Fantastic Bird with Sunny. Always like it and it's from Southpaw's era.
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    Well, I really like the song. Melodic and such strong lyrics. Can't understand his assessment.
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    You learn a bit every day. I thought it was since it made part of the 2009 reissue. Just read Simon Goddard's explanation. Bizarre indeed why he chose it being from 1992.
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