He was the engineer on 'Maladjusted', but also the producer on those amazing B Side sessions that came after ('Lost', 'The Edges Are No Longer Parallel', 'Now I am a Was' etc.). My hunch is that had Morrissey's career continued at the time, he would have ended up taking over from Lillywhite as the main producer on the next album - but of course, that was when we had the seven year hiatus, so by the time Morrissey returned he was long out of the picture.Whose Danton Supple, the name comes up on Album sleeves, singles, seems like a 2nd producer or sound engineer?
I'm sure there would be unreleased stuff floating around, but whether this chap had the chance to get his hands on any material, copy it and sneak it out, is less sure. It depends on the studio setup at the time, but the assistant engineer can often be a pretty lowly position - setting up microphones, lugging equipment, getting the tea etc - whether he was alone at the desk with the mastertapes for any significant amount of time is another thing.Literally was my first thought seeing this. I sure hope it sees the light of day.
what are our chances? Is there any other material from the Maladjusted era unreleased?
"I'd rather have a slimmer frame than a Zimmer frame" Boris Johnson on leaving hospital when asked if he needed some supportGoing off on a tangent... I’ve just found out (from radio 6, this evening) that Hans Zimmer Produced The Damned’s fourth album (The Black Album) in 1980. Frankly, I’m stunned.