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the ticket is for the standing area so why does it need the warning
about people standing?
9th Dec 2006, 22:53   | tags:,,,

More importantly, was it a good gig? I missed the Mozfather at V this year ... had tough choices to make come headliner-time.

9th Dec 2006, 22:59

Twiglet NLI says:

I knew from the thumbnail that this was yours SFG!

10th Dec 2006, 08:26

Len,

The opening was a bit strange, old B&W; films, like the 1964 Italian Eurovision entry, an old French musical film.

On the whole it was very good, nice mix of the old Smiths stuff and his later songs. What I did find strange was the number of kids there. I know that late teens students are in to Morrissey because he is trendy (even thought they weren't born when he started out) and wear Meat is Murder Tshirts, but there were people late 30's early 40's who will remember him from the Smiths who were there with their kids ranging from 4 or 5 to 11+

He was quite scathing about the culture show icon thing, being up against 'Sir' Paul McCartload & 'Sir' David Attenborough

10th Dec 2006, 09:01

Am I becoming that predictable now Twiglet?

10th Dec 2006, 09:02

gofes says:

I was there, but I am a trendy 22 year old.

10th Dec 2006, 15:52

gofes says:

I didn’t notice it being especially loud.
But some bloke did go for a wee on the floor near me which was nice, I moved.

11th Dec 2006, 11:03

gofes, I was quite away back and it seemed to be very loud and distorted at times..

maybe I am just getting old..

11th Dec 2006, 11:17

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