Hatful Of Hollow Rare Cassette (with alternate versions) - RC Jan 2010

Kewpie

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Thank you very much for the scan. :)

Really hope one day we can listen the unreleased version of 'Girl Afraid'.
 

celibate

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As mentioned on the main page, here's a scan...



Cheers,

Peter
it's that stuff the drummer wanted to release, which he got loads of
alternative versions on songs

or still wants, so so it, and the money problem is solved though Morrissey would never agree, ever if he was living with Prince William under a London bridge, with 25 security agents, and all the homeless their scanned if
their had weapons, drugs or porn books

I'm going of-topic again, pills, where are thou:crazy:
 
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Dave

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Morrissey and Prince William living together under a bridge with 25 security agents. This is a hit reality show! :D

(be better if it was Harry though)
 

Kewpie

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hmmmmmm

i think mike joyce should get all his demos and outtakes released , he would make a mint and could retire a happy man. as much as the idea of a smiths reunion would turn my blood cold , i would like to hear these little parts of history
:straightface:

Sorry Bob, obviously Morrissey and Johnny won't allow Mike to do so.
 

Jukebox Jury

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i think mike joyce should get all his demos and outtakes released , he would make a mint and could retire a happy man. as much as the idea of a smiths reunion would turn my blood cold , i would like to hear these little parts of history
The tapes belong to Mike but copyright belongs to M&M (and maybe Rough Trade / whatever label the signed too too), so no chance of them getting released. I asked Mike years ago when I first met him and he told me about all these different versions (such as 'Frankly Mr Shankly' with a trombone) why he didn't hand them over to the record label and he said they were not interested, they just wanted to keep re-issuing the same old singles in a different format:(

Nope, I still use my casette player to record some radio shows.
Which is an illegal activity:thumb:. I may have to call the police:lbf:

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Stephane

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I asked Mike years ago when I first met him and he told me about all these different versions (such as 'Frankly Mr Shankly' with a trombone) why he didn't hand them over to the record label and he said they were not interested, they just wanted to keep re-issuing the same old singles in a different format:(
The record labels already have all that stuff that's been mentioned in this thread. The only stuff they don't have are unfinished material like "A Matter Of Opinion".

Stephane
 

roky

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