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  1. Jay says

    I’ll invent a time machine and send a million bucks into the past to get him to retire just after recording “Everyday Is Like Sunday.” If he’s talking about himself when he speaks of older artists losing relevance, he’s dead-on.

  2. says

    People who got older and were still artistically relevant:

    Ray Charles
    Gertrude Stein
    Luciano Pavarotti
    Georgia O’Keefe
    Tina Turner
    Tennessee Williams
    Eugene O’Neil
    Ella Fitzgerald
    Beverly Sills

    It’s not about your age. It’s about what’s in your head and your heart. If Morrissey thinks he’s irrelevant, then he’s probably right.

  3. John C says

    “It’s very interesting that it’s very hard to think of anybody who ages and still manages to mean anything.”

    Well…numerous blues artists, jazz artists, folk and ethnic musicians worldwide. All the kind of stuff which Morrissey (as opposed to Johnny Marr) never seems to have shown any interest in at all.

  4. James says

    Agree with the 2 above. The bloke WORSHIPS Joni Mitchell, but doesn’t think artists can grow and change into their advanced years. Sounds like he’s just worried about himself. He’s always been the ultimate poser.

  5. Paul R says

    I just noticed that thing on his right arm. Turns out there’s also a W or a butterfly on the baby’s head, and that all sorts of people have all sorts of theories about what it all means.

    Wonderful.

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