Van Morrison - Blowin' Your Mind! album flac
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|A1||Brown Eyed Girl||3:06|
|A2||He Ain't Give You None||5:11|
|B2||Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)
Written-By – Bert Berns, Wes Farrell
|B3||Ro Ro Rosey||3:07|
|B4||Who Drove The Red Sports Car||5:26|
Arranged By – Bert Berns
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
- Engineer – Brooks Arthur
- Photography By [Cover] – Rodriguez Of Los Angeles
- Producer, Directed By – Bert Berns
- Supervised By [Musical Supervision] – Garry Sherman
- Written-By – Van Morrison (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1 to B3)
NotesThe catalog number on the front cover is BLPS-218.
On the back cover the catalog number is BLB 218.
On the spine, the catalog number is BANG–218
The side indicators are on the left hand side of the labels. STEREO is printed on the right side with BLP-218 over it.
The artist and title of the album are listed on one line, in all caps on the labels.
Brown Eyed Girl is not censored on this version.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout (except stamped Bell Sound and monarch logo)): WS1002-2 Bell Sound (MR) ∆10868 8-1-67
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout (except stamped Bell Sound and monarch logo)): WS1003-1 Bell Sound (MR) 8-1-67 ∆10868-X
|BLP 218||Van Morrison||Blowin' Your Mind! (LP, Album, Mono)||Bang Records||BLP 218||US||1967|
|BLPS-218, BANG-218||Van Morrison||Blowin' Your Mind (LP, Album)||Bang Records, Bang Records||BLPS-218, BANG-218||Canada||1967|
|ZK 65751, 65751, 67571||Van Morrison||Blowin' Your Mind! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic Associated, Legacy, Bang Records, Epic Associated, Legacy, Bang Records||ZK 65751, 65751, 67571||Canada||1998|
|ZK 66220||Van Morrison||Blowin' Your Mind (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Gol)||Epic Associated, Legacy||ZK 66220||US||1995|
|BLPS-218, BLB 218, 218, BLP 218||Van Morrison||Blowin' Your Mind (LP, Album, RE)||Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records||BLPS-218, BLB 218, 218, BLP 218||US||1973|
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The Northern Irish singer Van Morrison has released 40 studio albums, 6 live albums, 6 compilation albums, 4 video albums, and 71 singles. Morrison made his first recording playing saxophone on "Boozoo Hully Gully" with the International Monarchs in 1962. His first recording session as lead singer/songwriter with Them was produced by Dick Rowe at Decca's studio. Don't Start Crying Now" was the first single released and the garage rock classic, "Gloria" was also recorded at this session.
Written-By – Van Morrison. Written-By – Van Morrison. Blowin' Your Mind! (LP, Album, Ind). Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records, Bang Records. BLPS-218, BLB 218, BLP-218, BANG–218.
Band Name Van Morrison. Album Name Blowin' Your Mind. Released date 13 October 1967. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album2. Re-Issue on CD in 1995 and 1998 by Legacy with 5 bonus tracks.
Album: Blowin' Your Mind! (1967). This was Morrison's first release as a solo artist; he was previously with the group Them. The song appeared on his debut solo album Blowin' Your Mind! and again on his 1973 compilation . It's one of Morrison's most enduring songs, but he thinks a lot less of it than most of the public. In 2009 he explained to Time magazine: "'Brown Eyed Girl' I didn't perform for a long time because for me it was like a throwaway song. I've got about 300 other songs I think are better than that
Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison appears on his first solo studio album, Blowin' Your Mind (1967). The song was originally titled Brown Skinned Girl, but the record label, Bang Records, insisted Morrison change the title and the wording. Morrison explained, After we’d recorded it, I looked at the tape box and didn’t even notice that I’d changed the title. I looked at the box where I’d lain it down with my guitar and it said ‘Brown Eyed Girl’ on the tape box. It’s just one of those things that happen. Because of the contract he signed with Bang Records (without legal advice), Morrison never received any royalties for writing or recording this song. The contract made him liable for all recording expenses incurred for all his Bang Records recordings before any royalties would be paid.
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Summer 1968 was a transitional time for Van Morrison. Recently departed from his garage rock band Them and unsatisfied with the release of his debut solo album Blowin’ Your Mind, he was determined to move his music from the peppy pop of Brown Eyed Girl to someplace deeper. He was briefly living in the Boston area, where he conceived of the mystical blend of soul, jazz, folk, and Celtic music that would define his masterpiece second album Astral Weeks.