Who's Who Reference List ::
Member of The Hoax.
Slimy Sun reporter whose piece "Child Sex Song Puts Beeb In A Spin" started a scandal against The Smiths.
Ex Roxy Music frontman, became friend of Marr's during 1986. He also added lyrics to the instrumental Money Changes Everything, calling it "The Right Stuff" and released it as a single, featuring Johnny on guitar. The B-side is an instrumental version oddly credited only to Bryan Ferry...
"5th member" who provided 2nd guitar in live shows and was the temporary replacement bassist when Andy Rourke was sacked. Used to play with Aztec Camera, and Colourfield.
Worked on the sleeve artwork for The Smiths.
Morrissey signed off a press release for Maladjusted using this name which is the name of a skinhead character in the Australian film "Romper Stomper".
Played on Kill Uncle, notably the bizarre sound effects in The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye.
60's Manchester band. Morrissey covered their song, East West.
One of the Moors Murderers, with Ian Brady (see Suffer Little Children).
Mike Joyce's original band.
Grant Showbiz's co-conspirator, drummer and friend of Marr's. Played drums with The Smiths on The Draize Train and How Soon Is Now? at Brixton Academy in October 1986.
Comedian and Morrissey fan. His old show "Sean's Show" regularly featured Morrissey-related jokes.
Morrissey-collaborator and frontperson of The Pretenders, singing on My Love Life.
Sang on Suffer Little Children and Pretty Girls Make Graves.
Three-piece band fronted by Paul Weller. Morrissey covered their song That's Entertainment.
Smiths-contemporary band, with mutual admiration. The Smiths covered their song What's The World? live.
Ex-director who did a short film backed by the songs The Queen Is Dead, Panic, and There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. The video was done without The Smiths' collaboration, although the band did meet Jarman several times under other circumstances.
Jense, David "Kid"
Radio DJ who broadcast several Smiths sessions.
The Smiths' drummer, formerly of The Hoax.
Journalist who wrote an article complaining about Morrissey's sexual ambiguity when he uses gay icons on the front of The Smith's record covers.
Morrissey's long-time producer.
AKA El Vez. Opened for Morrissey for the Santa Barbara show on the 1999 Oye Esteban tour. Morrissey has stated in several interviews that he is a fan of his. Lopez also played in a gothic reggae band called Catholic Discipline with Phranc on vocals. See http://members.aol.com/elvezco/.
Spencer Cobrin and Alain Whyte's band.
Band fronted by Morrissey's friend, Linder Sterling.
Sang on Ask and Interesting Drug. Married to producer Steve Lillywhite.
Friend of Morrissey's during the early days of The Smiths. Appeared as a go-go dancer with The Smiths at some of the early gigs.
Member of The Hoax.
Born John Maher, the brilliant tunesmith of The Smiths.
Foolish Smiths-friendly reporter who started the whole child sex thing due to an unfortunate misinterpretation.
Memphis Sinners, The
Band that once boasted Alain Whyte, Gary Day and Spencer James Cobrin.
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