BBC - Morrissey - BBC Glastonbury Festival - 2011

Steve Lamacq

16:00 – 19:00 // In the studio next is Marc Riley

Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011

Worthy Farm, Pilton

Morrissey

Throwing His Arms Around Pilton

Revered by one of music's most dedicated followings, who have tracked his every step from the dawn of The Smiths in 82 to his solo resurgence in 2003, Steven Patrick Morrissey returned to the Pyramid for his first Glastonbury appearance since 2004.

Since then Mozza has taken his Greatest Hits tour around the globe, forbade the Prime Minister from liking The Smiths and in Years of Refusal, released one his most critically acclaimed albums of recent years.

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Set list Powered by Songkick

  • 1.

    I Want The One I Can't Have

  • 2.

    First Of The Gang To Die

  • 3.

    You Have Killed Me

  • 4.

    Shoplifters Of The World Unite

  • 5.

    Everyday Is Like A Sunday

  • 6.

    There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

  • 7.

    Alma Matters

  • 8.

    People Are The Same Everywhere

  • 9.

    Speedway

  • 10.

    One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell

  • 11.

    Action Is My Middle Name

  • 12.

    Satellite Of Love

  • 13.

    Meat Is Murder

  • 14.

    I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris

  • 15.

    Irish Blood, English Heart

  • 16.

    This Charming Man

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Reviews

Morrissey at Glastonbury 2011

The Guardian 24 June

His band, all in matching mushroom-coloured polo shirts, are given a good account of recent Moz hits such as First of the Gang to Die...

Live Review: Morrissey (Glastonbury, Pyramid Stage)

Strictly RandL 24 June

The somehow lovably dry Moz quipped "Fancy seeing me here" before playing out a hits heavy start to the set with big Smiths numbers mixed in with equally massive solo singles...

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