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Frankly, Mr Shankly - The Smiths - Royal Command Performance 1986 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. It is reputed that the song addresses Geoff Travis, the head of the Smiths' record label Rough Trade. Travis acknowledged in an interview with Mojo April that a line in the song about "bloody awful poetry" was a reference to a poem he had written for Morrissey.
  2. "Frankly Mr Shankly" is not listed on the sleeve but it is tagged at the end of "Vicar In A Tutu". This abbreviated set is paired with a portion of the Smiths' final concert on 12 December at Brixton Academy, which can also be found in better quality and quantity elsewhere. The LP set has since been transfered to fanmade CD-Rs, which in.
  3. Find album reviews, The Smiths on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Royal Command Performance - The Smiths on AllMusic Frankly Mr. Shankley. The Smiths. Amazon: There Is a Light.
  4. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others / Frankly Mr. Shankly / The Draize Train, a Single by The Smiths. Released in October on Teldec (catalog no. ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Jangle Pop, Indie Pop. Featured peformers: Morrissey (aka_text voice role_id aka_text, sleeve), Johnny Marr (guitar, writer), Andy Rourke (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Mike Joyce (drums).
  5. Morrissey and Johnny Marr consider this album to be their masterpiece, and so do Smiths fans all around the world. All three editions you see here contain the new remaster of "The Queen Is Dead," "Frankly, Mr. Shankly," "Cemetery Gates," "The Boy with the Thorn in His Side," "Vicar in a Tutu," "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out," "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others," "Bigmouth.
  6. Check out Frankly, Mr. Shankly ( Master) by The Smiths on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on toscansnulimootecancontnukilsombwi.coinfo
  7. Frankly Mr Shankly is about the head of Rough Trade Records, Geoff Travis. The label which The Smiths were signed to at the time. Morrisey was upset about the deal the band were on, and the basic fact that they weren’t making any money. So he wrote a song making fun of Geoff Travis, and disguised it as a letter to the fictional “Mr Shankly”.
  8. Mar 26,  · Katy Bacon, Jack Chamberlain and Tom Gilbert present The Smiths - Frankly, Mr. Shankly. Filmed on location in Worcester, England on March 24th

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