Sunday, November 16, 2008

Blood From a Clone by George Harrison – ***

First released: 1981

One of the four tracks from George’s "Somewhere in England" that replaced the four removed tracks. The lyrics are his commentary on what all the fuss was about. It’s a snappy upbeat song with a bitter lyric about how the records execs don’t like New Wave or Frank Zappa, but do like upbeat, catchy, commercial songs. This song might have even been a single had All Those Years Ago not been the appropriate release.

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