20 November 1992
Performing Arts Center, Charlottesville, VA

Interesting Drug
We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
Sister I'm A Poet
Certain People I Know
November Spawned A Monster
You're The One For Me, Fatty
The Loop
He Knows I'd Love To See Him
Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
Alsatian Cousin
We'll Let You Know
Glamorous Glue
/The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
/The National Front Disco
This was the smallest show of the whole Your Arsenal tour. It took place in a high school auditorium, with security provided by students. Obviously there was stage crashing, but not enough to stop Morrissey from finishing the show. Morrissey himself seemed to be in great spirits. He flirted with the audience and shook many hands.

For the second gig in a row a song was reintroduced in the setlist for the first time since the release of "Your Arsenal". This time it was "Interesting Drug", and just like "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys" the night before, it had the honours of opening the show. Both songs had been heard soundchecked at recent concerts. "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys" wasn't supposed to remain in the set on this date, but it was decided at the last minute that it would replace "Seasick, Yet Still Docked" which had originally been put on the setlist as the first encore.

After "You're The One For Me, Fatty" Morrissey started to say something but couldn't finish his line: "I just wondered if err... (fan shouts 'yes!') Can you... Can you... (fan shouts 'yes!') Can you? (fan shouts 'yes!') Oohhh... Oh-oh-oh-oh...!" After "Alsatian Cousin" he enquired "Did you notice that errr... did you notice that... did you notice that. Aahh, I knew you would..."

After "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys" Morrissey started to say "Well err, we'd like to...", but in true Morrissey fashion, he again did not finish his line. During the usual noisy feedback ending of "The National Front Disco", Boz smashed his bottle of Corona (beer) into his guitar while Morrissey ripped his gold lamé shirt and threw it into the audience.


The manufactured bootleg cd titled "Pillow Talk (Poet's Cradle)" features a very good recording of the full concert. The recording is usually assumed to be from the audience, but the quality is almost that of a soundboard recording. Tagged at the end are "Jack The Ripper" and "Tomorrow" from 15 November 1992 and the rare "Let The Right One Slip In" from 25 November 1992. This is also circulated in digital format on the internet.

An alternate audience recording of this concert is found in lists from bootleg traders.


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