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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: DVD
  • SKU: PGDVD115
  • UPC: 823564516691
  • Street Date: 03/10/09
  • PreBook Date: 02/03/09
  • Label: Pride »
  • Genre: Alternative/Punk
  • Run Time: 196 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2009
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 25
  • Territory: US,CA


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Morrissey - From Where He Came To Where He Went Unauthorized

Contains two programs "Morrissey - The Jewel In the Crown" and "The Smiths - Under Review"

Morrissey - From Where He Came To Where He Went Unauthorized
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This DVD contains two programs "Morrissey - The Jewel In the Crown" and "The Smiths - Under Review". The double DVD set tells the entire story of Morrissey - his life and his career in music. From those early days as a bedroom dwelling New York Dolls fanatic writing to the NME on a regular basis, through the heady Smiths era when he barely put a foot wrong, and across his often quite staggering solo career to culminate at his position today as elder statesman of the indie generation. The program includes rare and classic footage, musical performances of the Smiths and Morrissey, exclusive and archive interviews, and lengthy contributions from the likes of; producers Stephen Street, John Porter, Mark Nevin and Kenny Jones, 'fifth Smith' Craig Gannon, Factory Records' Tony Wilson, Manchester journalists Paul Morley and John Robb, ex-NME writer Stuart Maconie, Durutti Column's Vinni Reilly and many others. For millions he's not so much a hero, more a Godhead, and almost from the day he entered the public domain huge swathes of fans have identified with his philosophy, his lifestyle and, most crucially, his music. But prior to hitting it big he seemed the man least likely to - indeed Manchester impresario Tony Wilson told him in the early 1980s he didn't have a chance in hell of getting signed.

Bonus Materials

  • extended interviews
  • 'Hardest Smiths quiz ever'
  • contributor biographies
  • digital discography
  • interactive gaming feature

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