Both albums issued on BMG Label for the first time, including inner booklets. LP and CD formats.
MESSAGES FROM MORRISSEY on MORRISSEY CENTRAL
Both JPGs describe the images as 'gatefold'.
Aw I see, a slight improvement. I'd rather Morrissey had kept the original artwork and changed up the font and colour scheme
The two twits laughing behind him didn't help. I remember watching that live on TV and feeling so bad for Moz. Joolz has diluted his show so much since then and it lost its edge completely. Moz was probably suffering from depression even at the time of the interview. I'm just glad he played Dublin before he left the Outside tour.Whilst Boy Racer and Sunny came across well on the show, Moz's interview with Jools Holland was so awkward it is verging on painful to watch. This aired in November 1995, just before the collapse of the Outside Tour with David Bowie. Moz definitely does not seem at ease with himself in this interview.
That's Mozzer's stunt double who was sparring with Cornelius Carr, can't have him on the coverI don't like this one at all to be honest. I prefer the original Quarry sleeve, the pink is iconic.
Wouldn't mind if they used an era appropriate picture of him for Southpaw Grammar, maybe something like this for the cover...
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...and this for the gatefold
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But honestly, any mid-90s picture of him would do.
Moz does it his way, he's not interested how other outfits do their stuff.I wonder why MC makes announcements like this with no dates, haven’t they also made announcements that never actually happened?
They should take a look At what other bands do. New Order announced something was happening a couple a days ago and then yesterday, what it is.
I thought it was great, some good jokes about New York Dolls and Stanley Baker tooWhilst Boy Racer and Sunny came across well on the show, Moz's interview with Jools Holland was so awkward it is verging on painful to watch. This aired in November 1995, just before the collapse of the Outside Tour with David Bowie. Moz definitely does not seem at ease with himself in this interview.
Moz does it his way, he's not interested how other outfits do their stuff.
I don't think he gives a monkey's really, he's happy enough doing it his way without too many extra staff trying to make decisions for him, that's unlikely to change.I think everyone knows that but thank you for your input. However, if he had proper management of his communications he may be in a far better position from a perception perspective.