|Stewart produces "The Moors Murderers" at Pathway Studios|
|Location:||London, England, UK - Pathway Studios|
|Attendees:||Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers, Sting, "The Moors Murderers", Pete Fox|
"The Moors Murderers" recordings begin at 12:00pm, but there's no guitarist or bassist there. Guitarist Pete arrives 1 1/2 hours late - high on LSD. Singer Steve Strange leaves and returns with a bassist, but without a bass. Stewart drives to St. John's Wood to bring his own bass guitar. Stewart and engineer Pete Fox manage to record two songs with "The Moors Murderers" until 10:00pm. Stewart then returns his drums to Andy Summers' place.
Stewart thinks he wouldn't have dragged his own drums across town just for another drummer to play them, so it's likely that he himself played drums on these two Moors Murderers songs.
According to a Moors Murders chronology (see External links) the band's line-up seems to have changed a lot between their few gigs and this recording, so it's hard to tell who played on the band's two recordings Free Hindley and The Ten Commandments. There was no "normal" 7" release - an UK magazine ad offered 7" acetates and cassettes - which were also distributed to UK magazines. There might only have been 2-3 acetates and 6 cassette copies...
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