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Special to The TimesTestifying to the ongoing Invasion, the kingdom's sounds enliven clubs and Angelenos find a cultural kinship. In a town where you can practically dance to the beat of the boom-bust cycle, and six months is a good run for a club night, one part of the...
NoneJohnny Marr was only 23 when his first major band, one of the best England ever produced, fell apart. The Smiths, the Manchester quartet he had cofounded with Morrissey in 1982, released seven albums that changed the course of British rock. By 1987,...
Tags: Phil Spector, Gaming, Chicago Tribune, Music Industry, England
Special to the TribuneFew rock stars have less in common than Morrissey, the sarcastic, effete former singer for England's the Smiths, and the ever-earnest, ever-butch Bruce Springsteen, so when Pete Yorn performed both the Smith's "Panic" and part of Springsteen's "Atlantic...
Tags: Joe Kennedy, Music Industry, Jason Johnson, England, Neil Young
It wasn't so much a concert as an elaborate, highly self-indulgent and vastly entertaining strip tease. Over 75 minutes and 17 songs, Morrissey transformed himself from a dashing, cleft-chinned English country gentleman dressed for a formal garden party...
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