Morrissey Documentary on Radio 2

For all things concerning Moz's solo career.

Postby elko » Fri Apr 20, 2007 8:45 pm

Caught an ad for this on t'radio today, will probably cover Smiths years first so worth listening to this week. All you foreign lot can listen to it somewhere on the link below after it's been broadcast.

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It is almost twenty years since Morrissey, Britain’s most thoughtful and enduring lyricist and singer, launched his solo career. Ever since his emergence as front man with the Smiths in the 1980s his songs have been poured over, analysed and quoted. In this two part series for BBC Radio 2 Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon. We hear from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including: Richard Boon, Mike Hinc, Jo Slee, Andrew Paresi, Willy Russell, Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Preston, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->

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Postby Cracked Pleasures » Sat Apr 21, 2007 1:58 pm

Could anyone actually tape it for me? I know one can listen to it on internet after the actual broadcast, but I'd like to record it and add it to my collection.
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