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  • Johnny Marr on Fallon. Was there a better more perfect moment?

     

    oh my goodness. Hes throwing those poses and when he hits that harmonics and brings it up to pitch, man, is there a more perfect alternative hero? wow, amazing and inspiring.

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    I really love his approach to playing the guitar - he's one of my favorite players.


     

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    • #3

      A better moment? That's a matter of opinion.

      A couple come to mind.

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      • imbuedblue
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        eti313 wrote:

        Or if you want a guitar hero:



        That whole concert is truly inspiring.


      • Phil O'Keefe
        Phil O'Keefe commented
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        eti313 wrote:

        A better moment? That's a matter of opinion.


        A couple come to mind.


        Video here: http://www.oesquema.com.br/trabalhosujo/2011/12/14/elvis-costello-no-saturday-night-live-em-1977.htm


        Elvis Costello and The Attractions appeared on Saturday Night Live on December 17, 1977 as a last minute replacement for The Sex Pistols, who had run into problems getting into the USA because of some prior legal hassles in the UK. Costello


      • richey888
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        Wow, I remember seeing this (had never seen anyone stop mid song and was amazed), Love EC!!

         

        Looks like Bruce is rocking a Peavey bass amp.


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      ****************ing brilliant. Who needs Morrissey?!

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      • Bucksstudent
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        Unfortunately, they need each other.


        I do not like Marr's solo work, nor The The and other projects, excluding Modest Mouse. He's a fantastic player, but not the lyricist Morrisey was. None of his other singers are either, again, excluding Issak Brock.


        Morrisey is like mashed potatoes without the gravy. Some of his solo work is fine if he has the right butter, but he's never the same without Marr.


    • #5

      That was awesome!  I love Marr's stuff.

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      • #6

        seifukusha wrote:

         

        oh my goodness. Hes throwing those poses and when he hits that harmonics and brings it up to pitch, man, is there a more perfect alternative hero? wow, amazing and inspiring.


        naaah ... i can do that better.

         

         

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        • seifukusha
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          zinzin wrote:

          seifukusha wrote:

           

          oh my goodness. Hes throwing those poses and when he hits that harmonics and brings it up to pitch, man, is there a more perfect alternative hero? wow, amazing and inspiring.


          naaah ... i can do that better.

           

           


           

          yeah, you can, dude!~


        • zinzin
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          zinzin wrote:

          seifukusha wrote:

           

          oh my goodness. Hes throwing those poses and when he hits that harmonics and brings it up to pitch, man, is there a more perfect alternative hero? wow, amazing and inspiring.


          naaah ... i can do that better.

           

           


          but i really like his pose at 2:43. guess he stole that from me too.

           


      • #7
        Just watched this again, still loving it. I find what he's doing here to be quite often beautifully subtle and refined, and quite perfectly suited to the song.

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        • #8
          That was the coolest thing I've seen in a while.
          His voice both suits the song and manages to be a lot more tolerable than Morrisey's.
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          • #9
            I would have liked the Smiths a hell of a lot more if he'd sang everything with them. I liked the Smith a lot.
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