Morrissey: Dreams i'll Never See. (Red Panthom :: RPCD 1096)
Recorded Live at Leysin Rock Festival, Leysin, Switzerland - July 09, 1992.
Excellent Audience Recording :: Bootleg Silver CD :: Lossless FLAC.
02. Sister, I'm A Poet
03. The Loop (Mislabeled You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby)
04. You're The One For Me, Fatty
05. Girl Least Likely TO (Mislabeled Certain People I Know)
06. Alsatian Cousin
07. Seasick, Yet Still Docked
08. Such A Little Thing Makes A Big Difference/My Insatiable One
09. Everyday Is Like Sunday
10. Interesting Drug
11. The National Front Disco
12. November Spawned A Monster
13. Picadilly Palare (Mislabeled Mute Witness)
14. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
15. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Sucessful
Files: 16. :: Size: 391 MB (flac).
Total Time: 01:00:50 hour/s.
Personnel: Morrissey - Vocals :: Alan Whyte - Guitar, Backing Vocals :: Boz Boorer - Guitar :: Gary Day - Bass Guitar :: Spencer Corbin - Drums.
Notes: This concert was not the most memorable one of the year. The crowd was rather unenthusiastic because, this being a festival, there were many people there for other bands, and they didn't necessarily know Morrissey. Also, the strict security prevented all stage climbing, except for one person. Morrissey wasn't very talkative. Throughout the evening he threw a tambourine, some maracas, a British flag and his cobalt shirt into the audience, but they landed in the hands of security who didn't give them to the fans.
The setlist was not as heavy in "Your Arsenal" content as the previous one from five days before. Morrissey only played four songs from the soon-to-be-released album, instead of eight and added earlier familiar single and album tracks like "Interesting Drug", "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys", "Piccadilly Palare" or "Disappointed". He also played the 1991 live staple "The Loop". This marked the only performance of "Piccadilly Palare" and "Disappointed" in 1992, and the last time the former was played live.
Morrissey didn't sing the live-only "No Dad I won't be home tomorrow" lines at the end of "Piccadilly Palare" like he did in 1991. The song's outro was shorter, and ended more abruptly, without the guitar jam typical of 1991 performances. Morrissey changed a line in "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys" to "just to make myself attracted to you". Set closer "Disappointed" was not ended abruptly the way it did at the end of the previous tour, but Morrissey still dropped the microphone after being done with it, before exiting. In that song Morrissey sang "Young girl one day I really will be old" and ended with "this is the last song I will be ever sing, oh no".
The manufactured bootleg cd "Dreams I'll Never See" features the full concert in reasonable quality. The source for this is said to be the radio broadcast mentioned above, but it is actually an excellent audience recording. This is very widely circulated on the internet.<- info taken from passionsjustlikemine.com).