Live at Earls Court
|Live at Earls Court|
|Live album by Morrissey|
|Released||29 March 2005 (United States)
4 April 2005 (Europe)
|Recorded||13–20 December 2004 in Scotland, England and Ireland|
|Morrissey live chronology|
|Singles from Live at Earls Court|
|Pitchfork Media||(7.8/10) link|
All tracks written by Morrissey and Alain Whyte except as noted.
- "How Soon Is Now?" (Morrissey, Johnny Marr)
- "First of the Gang to Die"
- "November Spawned a Monster" (Morrissey, Clive Langer)
- "Don't Make Fun of Daddy's Voice"
- "Bigmouth Strikes Again" (Morrissey, Marr)
- "I Like You" (Morrissey, Boz Boorer)
- "Redondo Beach" (Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye, Richard Sohl)
- "Let Me Kiss You"
- "Subway Train – Munich Air Disaster 1958" medley (David Johansen, Johnny Thunders – Morrissey, Whyte)
- "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out" (Morrissey, Marr)
- "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get" (Morrissey, Boorer)
- "Friday Mourning"
- "I Have Forgiven Jesus"
- "The World Is Full of Crashing Bores" (Morrissey, Boorer)
- "Shoplifters of the World Unite" (Morrissey, Marr)
- "Irish Blood, English Heart"
- "You Know I Couldn't Last" (Morrissey, Whyte, Gary Day)
- "Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me" (Morrissey, Marr)
One single was released from the album:
- "Redondo Beach"/"There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" double A-side
- B-sides: "Noise Is the Best Revenge", "It's Hard to Walk Tall When You're Small" (BBC Session)
It was released on 28 March 2005 in Europe and on 5 April in the United States. In the United Kingdom, the single reached #11 in the Top 40. In Europe the single preceded the album, whereas in the United States the roles were reversed.
- Morrissey – vocals
- Boz Boorer – guitar, congas, clarinet, backing vocals
- Jesse Tobias – guitar
- Mikey V. Farrell – keyboards, percussion, trumpet, backing vocals
- Gary Day – bass
- Dean Butterworth – drums