Meetings with Morrissey

Meetings with Morrissey

Morrissey is amongst the most provocative and controversial performers in popular music. From the formation of his Manchester band The Smiths in 1982 through to the release of his acclaimed 2006 solo album Ringleader of The Tormenters, his career has...

Title:Meetings with Morrissey
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781847723765
Format Type:

    Meetings with Morrissey Reviews

  • Mariel

    "Can you squeeze me into an empty page of your diary and psychologically save me? I've got faith in you." The five stars up top are for Morrissey. Len Brown's Meetings with Morrissey is truly a four t...

  • Pete daPixie

    Amongst the genre of 'poptastic' biography there is a vast amount of turgid retrospection within a tired over worn format. Kid 'A' plonks on guitar. Forms a band with his mates. Gigs to a record contr...

  • Brian Wilde

    Meetings with Morrissey is an account of a series of interviews with Morrissey over a 25 year period conducted by former NME man Len Brown. Not alone, Brown spent the early eighties frustrated and dep...

  • Russ

    Len Brown doesn't mind flying his fanboy flag. He will remind you several times that he defended Morrissey even when most of the NME staff had turned on him. This doesn't really taint the book; in fac...

  • Richard

    i think this might be the best overall book about morrissey as a person. there are other books, most notably johnny rogan's 'the severed alliance' that give you the broader biography about his childho...

  • minnie

    As Morrissey books go this one was quite good, the author Len Brown is obviously a fan.I liked the 'Morrisseys People' chapter at the end listing all his influences such as, Pat Phoenix,James Dean,San...

  • Brian Pineda

    Gran libro si te interesa saber un poco sobre la vida de Morrissey y como es encontrartelo en una libreria o saber a quien va dedicado "we hate it when our friends become successful". ...

  • Niklas Pivic

    This book is, in my limited mind, the best partner to Morrissey's "Autobiography". I have read Johnny Rogan's "Morrissey & Marr: The Severed Alliance" but it is nowhere near its main subject as this b...

  • Blair Johnson

    A bit heavy on the Oscar Wilde links ... We get it Len, he likes him a lot ... But a really good read. The Smiths are head and shoulders above any other 80s British band (I loved the dismissal of The...

  • Mary Ann Starr

    Nice Moments Through HistoryA good book about Len Brown's meetings and conversations with Morrissey. I liked the author's reviews of gigs and Morrissey's music. It was nice to read a book about the ma...