What do you want from the set-list in the March 2015 tour?

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Anonymous

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- The recent album is really good but I'd rather hear 5 or 6 songs than the 10 we got live in December.
- I'd be happy to hear nothing from the Quarry/ROTT/YOR era but nice to hear some Quarry b-sides if he's going to play any of that stuff
- We've had all the big Smiths songs but maybe a few that he hasn't played before (or much) e.g. I Won't Share You, Paint a VP, Hooligan and Well I Wonder
- more pre-Southpaw solo e.g. Bona Drag songs and a couple from the KU era (Sing Your Life, Driving Your G/f).
- 2 or 3 brand new songs (from the 14 he says he's written).
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

- The recent album is really good but I'd rather hear 5 or 6 songs than the 10 we got live in December.
- I'd be happy to hear nothing from the Quarry/ROTT/YOR era but nice to hear some Quarry b-sides if he's going to play any of that stuff
- We've had all the big Smiths songs but maybe a few that he hasn't played before (or much) e.g. I Won't Share You, Paint a VP, Hooligan and Well I Wonder
- more pre-Southpaw solo e.g. Bona Drag songs and a couple from the KU era (Sing Your Life, Driving Your G/f).
- 2 or 3 brand new songs (from the 14 he says he's written).

Oh, and if there is a God, I'd pray to her (or him) that we never hear Meat is Murder live again (as long as we live). Even if you like the words (which I do, or at least did the first 6,000 times I heard it), the tune is rubbish.
 

Maurice E Maher

Well-Known Member
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

The songs I am really craving to hear live are:

- How Soon is Now?
- Oboe Concerto
- Queen is Dead
- Asleep
- I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday

But what are the chances?

Asleep and Queen is Dead are almost guaranteed.
He often plays How Soon so that might well be there.
Fair chance he'll play Oboe, and a little unlikely he'll play I Know...
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Neal Cassidy, Pigsty, anything from Vauxhall, Late Night Maudlin Street and Sweet and Tender Hooligan.


If I was him I would totally f*** with people and come out every night and play one unexpected song, like Miserable Lie.
 
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Mr Education

Guest
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
Interesting Drug
Handsome Devil
Staircase At The University
The Loop
Sister, I'm A Poet
Paint A Vulgar Picture
Hand In Glove
Kiss Me A Lot
How Soon Is Now?

Er, etc
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Hairdresser on Fire and Jack the Ripper.

The band rehearsed Jack the Ripper during a Soundcheck and I was pretty disappointed they never played it.
 
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

He won't play these I just dream he will.
Our Frank
Pregnant For The Last Time
Journalists Who Lie
Tony The Pony
Sing your life
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

when i saw him 2013 he did a bunch of smiths song i didnt expect so you never know.

id love to hear:

november spawned a monster

glamorous glue

come back to camden

the more you ignore

honey you know where to find me

please help the cause

trouble loves me

something is squeezing my skull

plus a bunch from world peace




the loop was a good choice
 

Irregular Regular

Forget my fate.
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Dreams...are just...dreams.


and this...

 
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hand in glove

Life is never kind
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

There are many songs I'd love to hear live, but last night I stumbled onto a video of Morrissey singing Late Night Maudlin Street live. I've never heard it live before and it blew me away. His voice is haunting and quite beautiful. I posted it in the "What are you listening to" thread last night. So, that's top of the list right now.

Others:

That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
Shoplifters of the World Unite
Well, I Wonder
Hand In Glove
Piccadilly Palare
Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
Billy Budd
Spring-Heeled Jim
The Operation
Maladjusted
My Dearest Love
Tomorrow
Come Back To Camden
Sing Your Life
Oboe Concerto
Smiler With Knife
Jack the Ripper
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.

Well, I have heard quite a few of these live already...but I'd love to hear them again. :)
 

kissmyshadestoo

Nobody ever looks at me twice
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

This:
 
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joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Completion would be nice :straightface:
 

Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Not likely I'll be in attendance, but from afar I would like to see "Now My Heart is Full" make its long-overdue return. Last played in 2006.
 

matt

Don't Rake Up My Mistakes
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Maudlin Street
Southpaw (Minus the massive jam, or, at the very least, do it before the encore)
Well I Wonder
 

floodzonex

Junior Member
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

Saying there are 17 songs in a set-

You Just Haven't Earned It Yet Baby
Mute Witness
Tomorrow
He Knows I'd Love To See Him
Staircase At The University
Now My Heart Is Full
I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
New One
Alma Matters
World Peace Is None Of Your Business
Well I Wonder
Irish Blood English Heart
New One
Angel Angel Down We Go Together
Istanbul
Life Is A Pigsty
Disappointed
 

docinwestchester

Well-Known Member
Re: What do you want from the set-list in the March tour?

There are many songs I'd love to hear live, but last night I stumbled onto a video of Morrissey singing Late Night Maudlin Street live. I've never heard it live before and it blew me away. His voice is haunting and quite beautiful. I posted it in the "What are you listening to" thread last night. So, that's top of the list right now.

Others:

That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore

Opened in Port Chester - first performance of this song since 1986. Check out the crowd reaction as he starts singing:

 
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