This CD captures performances from the five sold out dates on Morrissey’s critically acclaimed world tour: London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Brighton and Dublin. Count on You Are The Quarry gems like on the DVD, but also some additional never-before-performed b-sides, rare Morrissey classics as well as The Smiths classics rarely performed by Morrissey.
BOW WOW WOW singer ANABELLA LEWIN is among forty-nine artists who have donated tracks to a tsunami victims benefit album in the US. The compilation 'Of Hands And Hearts - Music For The Tsunami Disaster Fund' also features WANG CHUNG, THE FIXX and DRAMARAMA among many others.
SINEAD O'CONNOR is the subject of a new collaboration to be released on May 23rd. 'Collaborations' is an album dedicated to O'Connor's collaborative work and features seventeen tracks including her collaborations with U2, JAH WOBBLE, THE THE, PETER GABRIEL and THE COLOURFIELD and TERRY HALL.
JODY WATLEY will release a new album later this year, 'Remixed, Reconstructed and Remade' will feature new versions of some of her classic material alongside some much anticipated new material.
JOE JACKSON and TODD RUNDGREN will play three UK dates together. The joint headline tour will play shows in Portsmouth, Bristol and London in late May and June.
THE ICICLE WORKS' fromer frontman IAN McNABB will be the supprt act on the forthcoming UK tour from JOHN MARTYN as well as lining up a series of 2005 dates of his own. THE DREAM ACADEMY are reunited on a new album from the band's GILBERT GABRIEL. The album 'The Believers - Angels & Fools' features contributions from NICK LAIRD-CLOWES and KATE ST JOHN as well as featuring a version of THE SMITHS classic 'Please Please Please, Let Me Get What I Want'.
TOYAH is to have all her singles released across two compilations from Cherry Red. Each album will feature all her Safari Records singles complete with b-sides, starting with 'The Safari Records Singles Collection Part 1 (1980 to 1981)' in May followed by Part 2 in August.
MADONNA is already at work on a new studio album, the follow up to 2003's 'American Life', and has reportedly finished one track 'I Love New York' for the currently untitled album. THE COCTEAU TWINS have pulled out of their forthcoming Coachella Festival appearance in the US citing personal reasons as the reason for their cancellation. This cancellation is expected to end previous plans the newly reunited band had to play any other shows elsewhere. THE CUTTING CREW, T'PAU and DR & THE MEDICS are among artists to be featured on a new UK television show 'Hit Me Baby One More Time'. The show will air on ITV1 at primetime on Saturday nights and will reunite acts from the seventies, eighties and nineties. Each act will perform the hit they are most associated with, plus a new track. ELVIS COSTELLO, THE UNDERTONES and VAN MORRISON have all been confirmed for this year's Glastonbury Festival which runs from June 24 - 26 and will also feature sets from KYLIE MINOGUE and NEW ORDER. LATIN QUARTER's frontman STEVE SKAITH will release a new album 'Empires & Us' on April 25th in time for a short series of UK dates in late April and early May.
Two of the most influential figures in alternative rock, Morrissey and his special guests Roxy Music are set to play the Nokia Isle Of Wight festival on Saturday 11th June. Morrissey ?? the undisputed comeback kid of 2004 - released his double platinum You Are The Quarry, album last year and was the only artist to have 4 Top 10 hit singles in the in that period. This is Roxy Music¹s first UK live appearance since their critically acclaimed world tour in 2001, Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera, Andy Mackay & Paul Thompson will perform their potent cocktail of classics.
The festival site is expanding into surrounding fields this year, with an extreme sports village, a unique Bollywood Cocktail bar from the Bestival, and an all new Kids Zone.
Morrissey & Roxy Music are joining Friday night headliners Faithless & Razorlight and Sunday¹s REM, Embrace and Snow Patrol to make up an unrivalled line up in the fourth Isle Of Wight festival since the 1970¹s.
ONE NIGHT ONLY: See the world premiere of Morrissey's Who Put The "M" In Manchester? in HI DEFINITION and 5.1 Dolby Surround sound in select theatres in the U.S.
PLUS, AN EXCLUSIVE IN-THEATRE BONUS: Get there early to catch a never-before-seen performance of The Smiths' classic "How Soon Is Now?" ONLY in theatres and not available on the DVD or anywhere else. Experience the first time Morrissey performed the song on the 2004 tour at the Reading Festival in the UK.
Screenings will take place on Monday, March 28 at 8:30 pm. The San Diego screening will be on Tuesday, March 29 at 8:30 pm. Tickets will cost $10. For more event and ticketing information, please visit PillarEntertainment.com.
New York Loews E-Walk 42nd Street, 247 West 42nd Street
Los Angeles Universal City 18, 100 Universal City Drive
Chicago Loews 600 N. Michigan Avenue
Boston Loews Theater Boston Common, 175 Tremont Street
Detroit Emagine Novi, 4425 West 12 Mile Road
Washington DC Loews Cineplex Rio 18, 9811 Washingtonian Blvd.
San Diego UltraStar Del Mar Highlands, 12905 El Camino UltraStar Chula Vista 10, 555 Broadway