"My Love, I'd Do..." and "All The Young People..." 7" sleeves

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By Anonymous on Feb 14, 2018 at 11:59 PM
  1. Anonymous

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    1. typicalgenius
      Christ, these are gorgeous. Morrissey, where have you been your whole career?
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    2. AztecCamera
      Reckon classic 50's Americana, famous country music singer for the B side, living in LA....reckon what a proper Brittish "hero" in nn it.
    3. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun

      BOB CLEARMOUNTAIN MIX !!! :rock:

      Hope Bob fixed it.

      lovely artwork.
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    4. g23
      I groaned out loud when I saw that he was releasing that as a single. Until...
      Bob Clearmountain mix! I like that the general consensus on the album version was heard and taken into account.
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    5. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      yes, and assuming it will be better, I can now replace the album version with this new one... and have the now perfect LIHS !!! :rock:

      it'll be like x-mass all over again ! :D
    6. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun

      I also like the choice of 'Rose Garden' as the B-side , a kind of two sides to the coin of love.

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    7. Gaetano
      Does anyone know where the photos originated from?
    8. dotmatrix522
      Wow! Are they available to pre-order?
    9. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      The first image is cropped and both sides make the bigger image:

      idaho 3.jpg

      Boys and Girls, Caldwell Idaho, 1941 by Russell Lee.
      "Russell Werner Lee (1903-1986) captured this image while working for the Farm Security Administration (FSA) during the Great Depression.
      The stated goal of the project was to "introduce America to Americans." "

      The second image is, surprisingly, a stock Getty image:


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    10. Anonymous
      Did you already know that image? Or how did you find it?
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    11. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      I do like what he did with it.

      All the young people of the same sex must ....


      also, makes me think of ...the world won't listen

    12. Ryan
      Is “Rose Garden” usually printed like that with the omission of (I Never Promised You A), or is it just printed like that here?
    13. Erik
      Ok, not trying to be the voice of reason here but, in all seriousness - what could be the appeal of this single? The song is 2nd worst on the album, and the B-sides are live versions of crappy non Moz songs?
      What happened to a cool pic of Morrissey on the cover and 2-3 B-sides of studio songs that weren’t on the album?
      Is that too much to axe?
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    14. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      don't worry, you're not.
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    15. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      As always, there is scant (actually nil) info about the other single - when it might release etc - I've never known 2 singles 'drop' at the exact same time - so this definitely needs clearer explanation from one of our record store experts.
      Come to mention it, that table they are displayed on looks familiar :)
      Still, as predicted - some physical music being readied before the tour, band spotted with Dempsey during rehearsals for the gigs - all good signs.
      Just need his nibs to appear now.
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    16. Anonymous
      That isn’t a table, it’s my floor. Sorry to throw you off.
    17. Anonymous
      Also what do you mean about the band and Dempsey?
    18. Ugly Devil
      Ugly Devil
      It's rare, the only example I can think of off the top of my head is The Manic street preachers released two singles on the same day in 2001. Found That Soul and So Why So Sad. Both charted in the top 10.
      Can't find a listing on Amazon for All The Young People. Could be a really elaborate hoax by a troll with too much time on their hands. So, anyone on this site
    19. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Sorry, that should say - that background looks familiar. Seen other records presented like that somewhere, can't place it.
      Re: Dempsey - as there was a speculation about a duet, Mando posting a pic of the 2 together today was extremely interesting - especially as they are in proximity to a studio whilst rehearsing. (See here for more info:https://www.morrissey-solo.com/threads/damien-dempsey-interview-mentions-morrissey-duet.141799/).
      Any explanation for 2 releases existing at the same time would be very appreciated.

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