Knowledge Identifier: +Morrissey
Ennio Morricone - Aside from his music having been sampled by everyone from rappers to electronic outfits , Morricone wrote "Se Telefonando", which became Italy's fifth biggest-selling record of 1966 and has since been re-recorded by Françoise Hardy, among many others, and scored the strings for "Dear God, Please Help Me" on Morrissey's 2006 "Ringleader of the Tormentors" album
In 1969, when many of the old streets and tenements were facing demolition, Morrissey's parents moved to a three-bedroomed house on King's Road in the suburb of Stretford
Morrissey, still with forename, briefly fronted The Nosebleeds in 1978, who by that time included Billy Duffy on guitar
A third book, "Exit Smiling," which was actually written first and which dealt with obscure B movie actors, was initially rejected and remained unpublished until 1998
Willy Russell - He penned another television drama, "One Summer", which aired as a five-part series on Channel 4 in 1983, starring a young David Morrissey
The Queen Is Dead - A demo of the music for "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" was posted by Marr through Morrissey's letterbox in the summer of 1985
Mark Bedford - After Madness split up for the first time in 1986, Bedford played bass with Voice of the Beehive, and in 1991 played bass on Morrissey's second studio album "Kill Uncle"
The Queen Is Dead - Both Morrissey and Marr disagree, however, citing its 1987 successor , "Strangeways, Here We Come", as their peak
Johnny Marr - In 1989, in an interview with young fan Tim Samuels Morrissey said that the lack of a managerial figure and business problems were to blame for the band's eventual split
Kathy Burke - In real life Burke is a big fan of Morrissey and appeared in the video for his 1989 single "Ouija Board, Ouija Board" and later in the 2002 Channel 4 documentary "The Importance Of Being Morrissey"
"Encyclopædia Britannica" says that that Morrissey's 1990s albums, including "Your Arsenal" , "Vauxhall and I" , "Southpaw Grammar" and "Maladjusted" "testified to a growing homoerotic obsession with criminals, skinheads, and boxers, a change paralleled by a shift in the singer's image from wilting wallflower to would-be thug sporting sideburns and gold bracelets
Melissa Ferrick - She received a great deal of publicity in 1991 when she replaced, at the last minute, the opening act for the singer Morrissey on tour
NME - In 1992, the "NME" had a very public dispute with its former hero Morrissey due to allegations that he had used racist lyrics and imagery
Linder Sterling - She has taken many photographs of him, including the sleeve photographs for his 1992 album "Your Arsenal" and 1993 live album "Beethoven Was Deaf", as well as several singles, and she worked on the video footage for his 2004 DVD "Who Put the M in Manchester-" In 1992 she published a book of photographs of Morrissey, taken during his 1991 UK, US and Japan tours, entitled "Morrissey Shot"
Years of Refusal - "Years of Refusal" marks the first time since 1992's "Your Arsenal" that Alain Whyte has not performed on a Morrissey album
Terry Venables - In 1995, a photograph of Venables from his playing days appeared on the cover of Morrissey's single "Dagenham Dave"
Diana Dors - She is featured on the cover of the Smiths' 1995 compilation album "Singles", and later a Morrissey picture disc
Johnny Marr - In 1996, Smiths' drummer Mike Joyce took Morrissey and Marr to court, claiming that he had not received his fair share of recording and performance royalties
Coachella Festival - In 1999, he did a tour called "Oye Esteban" and was one of the headliners of the Coachella Festival
In 2002, Morrissey returned with a world tour, peaking with two sold out nights at the Royal Albert Hall in London where he revealed yet unreleased songs to his audience
Steve Cochran - In the 2002 documentary "The Importance of Being Morrissey", Steven Morrissey claims that his parents named him after Steve Cochran
NME - When Morrissey did eventually speak to the NME in 2003, he made it clear it was only because the three writers concerned had long since left
Damien Dempsey - He has earned the support of his peers, particularly Morrissey, who invited Damien to support him on various UK and Irish dates as well as his autumn 2004 US tour
Pete Wylie - In 2004, Imperfect List was used by Morrissey at shows prior to his appearance on stage
Damien Dempsey - Morrissey went on to sign Damien to his label , and "Seize the Day" had its U.S. release in October 2004
Morrissey was scheduled to appear at the 2005 Benicassim festival in Spain but pulled out at the last minute
The Smiths - This was a source of ongoing inconvenience and grievance to Morrissey, who estimated that Joyce had cost him at least £1,515,000 in recovered royalties and legal fees up to 30 November 2005
Jesse Tobias - In 2006 Tobias played on Morrissey's album "Ringleader of the Tormentors", and he toured with him
Ennio Morricone - Morricone provided the string arrangements on Morrissey's "Dear God Please Help Me" from the album "Ringleader of the Tormentors" in 2006
Christian Dior - The English singer-songwriter Morrissey released a song titled "Christian Dior" as a b-side to his 2006 single "In the Future When All's Well"
The Smiths - In 2007 they released the documentary DVD "Inside the Smiths", a surprisingly affectionate memoir of their time with the band, notable for the absence of Marr, Morrissey, and their music
Years of Refusal - However, in an interview with the BBC News website in October 2007, Morrissey said that the album was already written and ready for a possible Autumn 2008 release
Years of Refusal - It was announced in November 2007 that Jerry Finn, the man behind Morrissey's 2004 album "You Are the Quarry", would be producing the new album instead of Tony Visconti
Years of Refusal - However, in a June 2008 interview with "Hot Press" magazine Morrissey cleared up the issue:
Years of Refusal - Originally "Years of Refusal" was to be released on 15 September 2008 in the UK and 16 September 2008 in the US. However, the album's release date was delayed until 2 February 2009 at the request of Decca UK so Morrissey could have time to shop for a new label to distribute the album in the US after he withdrew from Decca US for their "poor promotion of his "Greatest Hits" release"
Irving Azoff - It was announced on October 1, 2008, that Azoff will be managing English singer Morrissey
Years of Refusal - On 11 December 2008, Morrissey, along with Polydor president Ferdy Unger-Hamilton, unveiled "Years of Refusal" in London to a select group of journalists with a special listening of the album at Piccadilly's Pigalle Club
In 2009 he abandoned a stage at the Coachella Festival in California because of the smell of cooking meat, stating "I can smell burning flesh and I hope to God it's human
In 2012 in an email interview, Morrissey revealed that "Wikipedia names Dusty Springfield as my first influence
Michael Zakarin - On August 4, 2012, Anthony Burulcich was named Morrissey's new drummer on Morrissey's official web site
The Smiths - May 2013 be we will in 10 or 15 years' time when we all need to for whatever reasons, but right now Morrissey is doing his thing and I'm doing mine, so that's the answer really
A. A. Gill - In 2014 he won the 'Hatchet Job of the Year *award' for his scathing review of Morrissey's "Autobiography"
Cliff Richard - However, it was reported on 16 June 2014 that Morrissey had cancelled the concert after collapsing with an "acute fever"
Billie Joe Armstrong - In February 2019, Armstrong was among artistes who came under criticism after it was announced that he would be featuring on an album by controversial right-wing musician Morrissey