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    Walla: Both Israel concerts in 2021 postponed again - possibly now mid-June (April 21, 2021)

    It was mentioned via Jesse's tweet in the Katsis thread. Regards, FWD.
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    Rumor Salle Pleyel, Paris - reported to not be happening. New online event scheduled for December.

    The odd thing is we're all slipping as it's been up on FB for a month with genuine promoters adding to it! FWD.
  3. Famous when dead

    Rumor Salle Pleyel, Paris - reported to not be happening. New online event scheduled for December.

    A quick dig around produced this: https://fb.me/e/WvzSWIeT Which, as similar to the Israeli suggestion, may well be a new online event in lieu of the scheduled gig? Regards, FWD.
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    Rumor Salle Pleyel, Paris - reported to not be happening. New online event scheduled for December.

    Looking at a few other artists due to play there soon: Suede - due April 17 - Now May, 2022. The National - due end of May - cancelled. Weller - due May - now May, 2022. Yes - due May - now June, 2022. The majority of upcoming events/bands there fit the pattern above. Regards, FWD.
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    Rumor Salle Pleyel, Paris - reported to not be happening. New online event scheduled for December.

    Via 'Sophie' on FB & Twitter: Note: currently marked as rumour until an official statement appears to confirm the December online event relates to any cancellation this April. FWD.
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  8. Famous when dead

    Walla: Both Israel concerts in 2021 postponed again - possibly now mid-June (April 21, 2021)

    As it's highly unlikely they are going to drag crew, band & entourage et al somewhere they'd be paying to quarantine for almost a couple of weeks (unless it's reviewed by June that is) - a broadcast from the US would make sense. If they were even more sensible, they'd stick Morrissey & Iggy...
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  11. Famous when dead

    4 more Smiths books on ebay

    I hope you're keeping at least one little something decent back for yourself after all these efforts. Regards, FWD.
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    Walla: Both Israel concerts in 2021 postponed again - possibly now mid-June (April 21, 2021)

    I don't have the energy to look for it, but I believe there's insurance "issues" attached to announcing the cancelling of gigs too soon ahead of time and that's why you may seldom hear anything 'official' until closer to the date. The gigs involve a large host of ancillary people and the...
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  14. Famous when dead

    "I don't bless them" QID intro meaning?

    So to better answer your question: The vocal in question is via a harmoniser and is higher and faster. It is Morrissey and if credits were thorough on TQID, it would say Ann Coates for the backing vocals on this song as per elsewhere. Peter, PJLM & Goddard suggest that 'by land, by sea' is...
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    "I don't bless them" QID intro meaning?

    Having just stripped the vocals out of the song, it definitely sounds like by land, by sea - as suggested by @Uncleskinny - priming is definitely something that interferes with things like this too - as musician highlights. Regards, FWD.
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    "I don't bless them" QID intro meaning?

    I thought this as a kid listening to it at launch. I will admit it does appear to be by land, by sea if the track is slowed to about .75 speed. Can't source the bless them assertion, although it's probably more heavily quoted by lyric sites than that of by land... The lack of decent reference...
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    "I don't bless them" QID intro meaning?

    It's early for priming arguments :) The 'bless them' lyric, without any sourced reason for it existing has made it in to many, many lyric sites. There has to be an explanation for that (equally, there are others that say by land, by sea). I'll listen later when more awake. Regards, FWD.
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