The singer aiming to put out new live album and DVD…

Morrissey is set to release a new live album and separate live DVD this Spring.

The singer is aiming to put out his first concert LP in over a decade – ’Live From Earl’s Court’ – along with a separate DVD ’Who Put The ‘M’ In Manchester’, which will chronicle his 2004 tour in support of his latest album, ’You Are The Quarry’.

The tracklisting for ’Live At Earl’s Court’ is still to be finalised.


Filmed at his May 22 homecoming show at the Manchester MEN Arena, ’Who Put The ‘M’ Manchester’ will feature a mix of solo tracks as well as Smiths songs.

The setlist on the night ran:

‘First Of The Gang To Die’

‘Hairdresser On Fire’

‘Irish Blood, English Heart’

‘The Headmaster Ritual’


‘Everyday Is Like Sunday’

’I Have Forgiven Jesus’

‘I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday’

’How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?’

’Rubber Ring’

‘Such A Little Thing’

‘Don’t Make Fun Of Daddy’s Voice’

‘The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores’

‘Let Me Kiss You’

‘No One Can Hold A Candle To You’

‘Jack The Ripper’

‘A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours’

‘I’m Not Sorry’

‘Shoplifters Of The World Unite’

‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’

According to Billboard, the DVD was filmed by Bucky Fukumoto, who shot the three of the music videos for singles taken from ’You Are The Quarry’ – which will also be included on the DVD release.


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