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“Spend the day in bed” with Autobiography by Morrissey, whose new album Low in High School is out November 17th

Steven Patrick Morrissey was born in Manchester on May 22nd 1959. Singer-songwriter and co-founder of the Smiths (1982–1987), Morrissey has been a solo artist for twenty-six years, during which time he has had three number 1 albums in England in three different decades.

Achieving eleven Top 10 albums (plus nine with the Smiths), his songs have been recorded by David Bowie, Nancy Sinatra, Marianne Faithfull, Chrissie Hynde, Thelma Houston, My Chemical Romance and Christy Moore, amongst others.

An animal protectionist, in 2006 Morrissey was voted the second greatest living British icon by viewers of the BBC, losing out to Sir David Attenborough. In 2007 Morrissey was voted the greatest northern male, past or present, in a nationwide newspaper poll. In 2012, Morrissey was awarded the Keys to the City of Tel-Aviv.

It has been said “Most pop stars have to be dead before they reach the iconic status that Morrissey has reached in his lifetime.”

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2013
December 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
464
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
7.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Creencreation ,

A real beauty

Of course it’s a penguin classic! It’s so well-written and captivating. Morrissey is the best!

Gots ladies ,

Understanding Morrissey

This book is great. I am a die hard fan, but even I can admit Mom can act aloof and diva-esque at times. I really think this book gives insight as to why Morrissey is the way he is. It actually makes me like him more after reading it.

gman2343!! ,

Thank you

Morrissey, I read every word of your book and I love it! I don't even know why I loved it. Maybe the lyrical story telling, or the sly personal revelations. No, I think it was the blunt honesty of your opinions and the detail of your efforts. I'm not your biggest fan but I felt a kinship with you throughout, and the final paragraph left me stunned. Reminded me of the ending of No Country For Old Men...
With Sincerity, Gorman