Pregnant for the Last Time

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"Pregnant for the Last Time"
Single by Morrissey
Released 15 July 1991
Format 7", 12", CD, cassette
Genre Rockabilly
Length 2:43
Label HMV (UK)
Writer(s) Morrissey, Mark Nevin
Producer(s) Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley
Morrissey singles chronology
"Sing Your Life"
(1991)
"Pregnant for the Last Time"
(1991)
"My Love Life"
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

"Pregnant for the Last Time" is a single by Morrissey, released in July 1991. It is a non-album single.

This was also the first time Morrissey worked with Boz Boorer, with whom he continues to work in 2014. The single reached number 25 in the UK Singles Chart.

The b-side "Skin Storm" was originally written and performed by the band Bradford.

Track listings[edit]

7" vinyl and cassette[edit]

  1. "Pregnant for the Last Time"
  2. "Skin Storm" (Bradford cover)

12" vinyl and CD[edit]

  1. "Pregnant for the Last Time"
  2. "Skin Storm" [Bradford cover]
  3. "Cosmic Dancer" (live Utrecht, Holland 1/5/91)
  4. "Disappointed" (live Utrecht, Holland 1/5/91)
Country Record label Format Catalogue number
UK HMV 7" vinyl POP1627
UK HMV 12" vinyl 12POP1627
UK HMV Compact disc CDPOP1627
UK HMV Cassette TCPOP1627

Reviews[edit]

The single was described in NME as a "lovely little music hall ditty" and "far more sprightly and accessible than most of Kill Uncle" in a very positive review.[2] Ned Raggett of Allmusic wrote "The title track itself is very rockabilly-glam, from the tribal drums to the heavy guitar twangs, though the curious lyric keeps it from being a Morrissey classic."[1]

Musicians[edit]

Live performances[edit]

The song was performed live by Morrissey on his 1991 Kill Uncle tour. He has not performed the song live since the 1991 tour.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Raggett, Ned. "Pregnant for the Last Time Review". Allmusic. Retrieved October 18, 2012. 
  2. ^ NME Pregnant for the Last Time Review
  3. ^ Goddard, Simon (2009). Mozipedia: The Enclopedia of Morrissey and the Smiths. London: Random House. p. 331. 
  4. ^ http://passionsjustlikemine.com/live-moz-stats.htm

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