If true, he at least had a deal for Harvest to put it out when he recorded it.
If he's really telling the truth, then it's possible the deal was structured in a different way. Morrissey would pay for the recording but for that he would get a bigger part of the profits or a larger promotional budget. After all, he's pretty quick in the studio, unlike many other acts who'll spend half a year there.It doesn’t make sense. I mean, Morrissey of all people wouldn’t pay for the recording if he was already signed to the label that was going to release it, I would think. Something doesn’t add up.
Don't mind that troll. He's a c***. Your post was very insightful and well thought out.I don't want to respond to flame-bait, but how on earth can Carrere and Dawn be described as "imaginary" labels? They existed, and there's proof of their discographies on 45cat and Discogs.
I feel he would be more suited to Ronco, he wouldn't have seemed out of place on Raiders of the pop charts, back in the day.
Actually a Morrissey tune of sorts was on there, Dick Morrissey& Jim Mullen.