A positive review of You Are The Quarry
Victoria Segal gives a good rating of You Are The Quarry. Illustration by Paul Slater on second page.
Chris Roberts gives a positive review of Morrissey’s performance at Earls Court in London (18 December 2004)
“Pop Music Special” – Morrissey gives an interview to The Advocate about celibacy, sex, sexuality, gay musicians, role models, growing up. The interview is included with an assessment of out gay musicians at the time.
“Morrissey is ranked #11 on Q magazine’s list of top 100 music icons.”
“Morrissey has his say about the music industry events of 2004, covering his own return to the spotlight, the resurgence of “spunky young guitar bands”, Pete Doherty leaving The Libertines, the theft of Edge’s personal CD-R of unreleased U2 tracks, and more.”
“Article about the Morrissey/Marr songwriting team, with old quotes from both Morrissey and Johnny.”
“Morrissey interview: “Man at his best”. Topics: being namechecked by other artists and being an influence on them, the new album, his autobiography, Los Angeles, Tony Blair, his adolescence, Carry On films, relationship to other people.”
“Morrissey interview by Keith Cameron titled “The Smiths Will End In Murder” on the cover and “Who’s The Daddy” inside. Inside photos by Kevin Westenberg. Topics: giving interviews, American medicine, his return to the stage, “Southpaw Grammar”, enemies, the music industry, the 1996 court case, the end of the Smiths, Irish roots, England vs Los Angeles, life. Also stories about curating the Meltdown Festival and about the Smiths first gigs, with interviews.”
“Morrissey/The Smiths history article, in Dutch.”