"Blow In Your Nose" as written by and Van Morrison....
Oh operator, give me long distance.
It's a person-to-, yeah, yeah, go ahead, yeah, go ahead, go, alright, alright, just...
"Um,
Hello?
Hello,
Um...
We got a, we, we put an album together and we're releasing it next week.

It's called Blowin' Your Nose.
It's got a psychedelic jacket,
And it's called Blowin' Your Nose.
It's a gorgeous album cover; you should see it.
It's groovy."
"You mean you called me up to tell me that...that, yeah...
Groovy."...


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    General CommentThe website for WFMU put the whole Van Morrison "contractual obligations session" up a while ago, and it's a really interestingly bizarre listen. See, he really wanted out of his contract with Bang Records, but technically owed them the publishing rights to 31 more songs, so he went to a studio by himself and recorded 31 different improvised "songs" on acoustic guitar. So naturally a lot of it is complete nonsense, but a definite recurring thread is venom towards the record label. This one's about his dissatifsaction with his debut album; Bang put out an album of songs originally intended as potential single sides without consulting him, put a psychadelic cover on it, and called it "Blowin' Your Mind!", and he was none too happy about this.
    destroyalltacoson June 21, 2006   Link

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