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Reel Around Manchester

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So this concludes our tour of Manchester..
Here are some random photos which I hope you enjoy. Once again I thank my wonderful girlfriend Jennifer for making my dream come true, Phill Gatenby, and Grim O' Grady...
Cheers!

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My Smiths tattoo by the wonderful artist Manny..

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Our first pub we went to...

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Jane, Russ, Jennifer, and myself at The Picadilly Tavern. Jane and Russ were the first people we befriended in Manchester. They took us to an Irish pub later on that evening. Lets just say Mancunian's can drink (and so can we!).....

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A nice lady feeding the piegons.

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Morrissey lived on Harper Street, Hulme from 1958 to 1965. The L' is silent and is also the witty title of his 1990 video, "Hulmerist".

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Ann Coates was credited with the backing vocals on "Bigmouth Strikes Again", but it was actually Morrissey's voice speeded up. The name of his female alter-ego voice was merely a play on the inner-city district of Ancoats.

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The Manchester University Students Union was where the first Smiths conventions were held back in the late eighty's.
Hundreds of Morrissey look-a-likes would flock here from all over the world to attend.
It also hosted the original Smiths disco.