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Monday, 24 May 2010

MORRISSEY Oh Phoney, Nothing Rhymed - but everything's rare









Hey you Mozzer hardcore collectors.
Here's some stuff of which I haven't a clue where and when it was recorded.
But maybe you do...
If, tell me!


Nothing Rhymed
Oh Phoney
Street Life (live)
You Say You Don't Love Me

2 comments:

  1. 'Nothing Rhymed' is a cover of a song by the 70s Irish singer/songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan. Morrissey played it live at two shows in Dublin in October 2002.

    'Oh Phoney' is an outtake from the Bona Drag sessions in 1989.

    'Street Life' is a cover of a Roxy Music song from 1973. Morrissey played it live twice in Karlstad (Sweden) and Oslo (Norway) in September 2006

    'You Say You Don't Love Me' is a cover of a Buzzcocks song from 1979. Morrissey played live at various summer festivals in 2009.

    All of the above info was taken from the Simon Goddard book 'Mozipedia'

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  2. Thanks very much. I already though about buying "Mozipedia". Probably a good idea.

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