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terrancestamp

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The Sundays: Can't Be Sure
V Festival, August 19, 2006

Elvis: Are You Lonesome Tonight? (loathsome)
V Festival, August 20, 2006

Rodgers & Hammerstein (J&TP): When You Walk Through A Storm
Bowery Ballroom, NY, March 21, 2009
Really The Sunday's? They said such horrible things about him.

I will have to see it to believe it.


Does "Unhappy Birthday" count? Birthday show St. Louis 2000 and something......
 

Ketamine Sun

HANG THEM HIGH VERONICA
Could be wrong, but didn’t he do two partial Victoria Wood songs during the Speedway breaks ?

Here’s one ... from Northerners



 
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Famous when dead

Vulgarian
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Really The Sunday's? They said such horrible things about him.

I will have to see it to believe it.


Does "Unhappy Birthday" count? Birthday show St. Louis 2000 and something......
He actually sings "England my country/ The home of the free/ Such miserable weather"
Just prior to Panic.
As said in the OP - songs people know are sung.
This is covered in PJLM, the gig report and on hearing the bootleg, so is quite real.
FWD.
 

terrancestamp

Active Member
He actually sings "England my country/ The home of the free/ Such miserable weather"
Just prior to Panic.
As said in the OP - songs people know are sung.
This is covered in PJLM, the gig report and on hearing the bootleg, so is quite real.
FWD.


Well, that line is a classic. Surprised still that he gave them love and likes the music. I love the Sunday's, but they were not nice about The Smiths when I spoke to them in the hey day. I don't hear it on this you tube video of the song.

 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
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Well, that line is a classic. Surprised still that he gave them love and likes the music. I love the Sunday's, but they were not nice about The Smiths when I spoke to them in the hey day. I don't hear it on this you tube video of the song.

He played both nights of the festival.
NME at the time alluded to it:
Regards,
FWD.
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

Well-Known Member
haha, is there footage of this?

No footage, but a recording.



It's included in the Sisterama collection as well.
 

The Wild Turkey

Wild T!
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Come to think of it, durin' a Speedway break,
Moz sang part of American Pie by Don McLean.
That stuff about "his widowed bride".
It was in Jakarta 10.05.12.
 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
I can't remember the song title, but he sung Damian Dempsey song in a cappella.
That would be "Industrial Schools" after I Just Want To See The Boy Happy: Royal Hospital, Dublin, June 2008.

"I, I missed a day or two of school, because I was called a fool, I was kicked around the place, because I was staring into space...", "...allegedly!"

Source = this post of yours pointed me towards it :) verified and updated by myself just now as it wasn't at the start of IBEH.

Prior to Playboys encore too:
Foster and Allen's "A Bunch Of Thyme".

"Come all ye maidens young and fair / All youse who are blooming in your prime / Always be-ta-da and keep your garden fair / Let no man steal away your thyme..."

Checked and is present on the live audio.
Regards,
FWD.
 

Geoffrey Ingram

Active Member
Sunday's Vegas gig.....
The pre show video line up had Tiny Tim singing "Tip Toe Through The Tulips".
Morrissey walked on stage 20 mins later and said "Have you ever..... tip toed through...and kissed someone on their two lips?"

Wording may be slightly wrong and happy to be corrected.
 

Ryan

Von der Hand, in den Mund
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Cool that he did an capella snippet of It’s Over at the last Vegas gig:

 
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