Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12.199

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Huge Thanks to Vince DOME for his wonderful work doing and remastering this compilation.

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Morrissey

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The “Beethoven Was Deaf” Outtakes

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01 Prelude [1.56]
02 Tomorrow [3.51]
03 November Spawned A Monster [3.19]
04 Seasick, Yet Still Docked [5.24]
05 Jack The Ripper [4.32]
06 Alsatian Cousin [2.30]
07 Sister I’m A Poet [2.18]
08 The Loop [3.39]
09 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference [1.53]
10 I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday [4.49]
11 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful [2.43]
12 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys [3.20]

13 Prelude [1.51]
14 You’re The One For Me, Fatty [3.06]
15 Certain People I Know [3.21]
16 Glamorous Glue [4.13]
17 Tomorrow [4.08]
18 The National Front Disco [6.28]
19 Alsatian Cousin [2.45]
20 We’ll Let You Know [4.40]
21 You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side [3.52]
22 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys [3.25]

TOTAL TIME : 78.16 [40.22 + 37.54]

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Tracks 01>12 recorded live at the Astoria Theatre, London, December 20, 1992.
Source : stereo soundboard recording available on the silver CD bootleg “Happy Xmas!?”.

Tracks 13>22 recorded live at Le Zénith, Paris, France, December 22, 1992.
Source : stereo audience recording available on the silver CD bootleg “I’m A Poet”.

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History

in May 1993 Morrissey released his first live album called "Beethoven Was Deaf".
It was recorded over two nights in December 1992.
The sleeve notes of the album incorrectly credits the complete set as having been
recorded in Paris, when infact seven of the sixteen songs were recorded in London
two days before the show at Le Zénith.
The tracks "Jack The Ripper", "Sister I'm A Poet" and "You're The One For Me, Fatty"
from "Beethoven Was Deaf" will be included in the "World Of Morrissey" compilation
released in February 1995.

You will find here the twelve missing tracks from London and the ten missing tracks from Paris.

A few songs played during the two gigs were not included on "Beethoven Was Deaf" :
"Tomorrow", "Alsatian Cousin" and "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys".

In London, "November Spawned A Monster" was stopped after two minutes because Morrissey
was trying to remove a ring from an audience member to wear it on stage.

The silver CD bootleg "I'm A Poet" used a DAT audience recording,
but due to a bad transfer some diginoises can be heard during the show.
One friend of the taper is unfortunately "un gros beauf" (a redneck),
and can't stop making stupid comments between the songs.
A member of the audience will shout for "The Loop" until... "The Loop" is finally played,
but another one will have less success with "Everyday Is Like Sunday".

Due to the average mixing and editing of "Beethoven Was Deaf", it is not possible
to "add" the official tracks into the outtakes (like i did for the parisian show
of Joy Division), or vice versa.
All the speeches made by Morrissey in London and Paris (edited in the official album)
were kept on the outtakes tracks in their actual place.

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Famous quotes

"We might release that as a single.
Do you think it would be a hit ?
(crowd : "Yes !")
Do you think that, hm, they would play it on the radio ?
(crowd : "No !").
Hm... What ?
Did you say... hm ?
What ?
Hm... Hmhm. Hmhm".
[Morrissey after "The National Front Disco", London]

NOTA : this speech was modified on "Beethoven Was Deaf",
editing the "Yes !" reply by the crowd and the line about
having the song played on the radio.
Now the crowd is replying "No !" to the original question...

"Hm...
I...
I...
I still...
cannot...
speak...
French...
I...
I'm...
very lazy".

[Morrissey after "Glamorous Glue", Paris]

NOTA : this speech is included in full after "Sister I'm A Poet",
which was played as the eleventh song in Paris. "Glamorous Glue"
from London was prefered for "Beethoven Was Deaf".
Started at the Elysée-Montmartre first Morrissey gig in France,
the "I cannot speak French" quote will be a running joke between Morrissey
and his french fans for years.

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Setlists

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Astoria Theatre, London, December 20, 1992

01 Prelude
02 You're The One For Me, Fatty ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 01]
03 Certain People I Know ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 02]
04 Glamorous Glue ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 15]
05 Tomorrow
06 November Spawned A Monster
07 The National Front Disco ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 03]
08 Seasick, Yet Still Docked
09 Jack The Ripper
10 Alsatian Cousin
11 Sister I'm A Poet
12 The Loop
13 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
14 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
15 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 14]
16 We'll Let You Know ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 11]
17 He Knows I'd Love To See Him ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 13]
18 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
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19 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

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Le Zénith, Paris, December 22, 1992

01 Prelude
02 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 16]
03 You're The One For Me, Fatty
04 Certain People I Know
05 Glamorous Glue
06 Tomorrow
07 November Spawned A Monster ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 04]
08 The National Front Disco
09 Seasick, Yet Still Docked ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 05]
10 Jack The Ripper ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 08]
11 Alsatian Cousin
12 Sister I'm A Poet ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 07]
13 The Loop ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 06]
14 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 09]
15 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 10]
16 We'll Let You Know
17 Suedehead ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 12]
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18 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
19 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

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"Beethoven Was Deaf" official live album

01 You're The One For Me, Fatty [London, track 02]
02 Certain People I Know [London, track 03]
03 The National Front Disco [London, track 07]
04 November Spawned A Monster [Paris, track 07]
05 Seasick, Yet Still Docked [Paris, track 09]
06 The Loop [Paris, track 13]
07 Sister I'm A Poet [Paris, track 12]
08 Jack The Ripper [Paris, track 10]
09 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference [Paris, track 14]
10 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday [Paris, track 15]
11 We'll Let You Know [London, track 16]
12 Suedehead [Paris, track 17]
13 He Knows I'd Love To See Him [London, track 17]
14 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side [London, track 15]
15 Glamorous Glue [London, track 04]
16 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful [Paris, track 02]

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Special thanks to Stéphane of www.passionsjustlikemine.com
for his amazing website on The Smiths and Morrissey.

Don't hesitate to support his website !

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Reworked by Vince DOME / May 14 & 15, 2014


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Vulgarian
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Re: Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12

Thank you to the people who help put things like this together.
I knew it was a couple of gigs welded in to one and it is nice to have them in full and separate.
Cheers,
FWD
 

mattisek

Member
Re: Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12

Thanks a lot!
 

marred

Member
Re: Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12

Thanks very much. Anytime I can get my hands on a good sounding live recording of "The Last of The Famous International Playboys" from the 1990s I'm happy. Looking forward to hearing this.
 

Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
Re: Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12

Thanks very much. Anytime I can get my hands on a good sounding live recording of "The Last of The Famous International Playboys" from the 1990s I'm happy. Looking forward to hearing this.

This version of Playboys is excellent.

Thanks for post, Anonymous person!
 
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