18 November 1995
Wembley Arena, London

Do Your Best And Don't Worry
Reader Meet Author
The Boy Racer
Nobody Loves Us
Billy Budd
We'll Let You Know
Spring-Heeled Jim
Dagenham Dave
The Operation
Hold On To Your Friends
The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils
The National Front Disco
This was another good concert. More Bowie fans were getting into the show. Security was reasonable, a small number of fans were able to hug their idol. The man himself was seemingly in good spirits and quite theatrical, taking boxer poses and miming lines.

As Morrissey came on stage, he welcomed the crowd "to Wimbledon". A boxing glove was thrown on stage early into the concert. During the instrumental outro to "The Boy Racer", Morrissey shook a tambourine with his signature on the skin and threw it into the audience when the song was done. Before "Dagenham Dave", to a fan who was shouting to him, he asked "Sorry? Was was that?"... What? Come closer... Mmmm... I'm not sure, I'm not sure, I'm not sure". In "The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils" he slightly stretched a line to "and in fact you think it's essential". He removed his jacket and threw his shirt in the crowd during the noisy chaos ending of "The National Front Disco".

Brett Anderson and Richard Oakes from Suede were present at the concert, but they missed Morrissey. They were probably there for Bowie and stayed at the bar during Morrissey's set.


A subpar audience recording of the whole concert is circulated on bootleg VHS and DVDs. The footage is a montage of two different recordings, from different angles. The audio was lifted from this video recording and is circulated on the internet.

The manufactured bootleg cd "Shoplifters From London" is credited as featuring 7 songs from this concert, but these are actually from the night before.


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