Van Morrison – Born to Sing: No Plan B

Van Morrison is returning to Blue Note Records (he is always switching labels…) with a new studio album Born To Sing: Plan B which will drop on October 2, 2012. It is his first album in four years.

Van says: “With most record companies being so corporate I am happy to be working with Don Was and the team at Blue Note. To have such a creative music person as the head of my recording label assures me that all the effort taken to write and record this new album will be rewarded with a music-based focus and marketing approach. I look forward to many recording projects with Don and Blue Note.”

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2 Replies to “Van Morrison – Born to Sing: No Plan B”

  1. He is not “always switching labels”. His labels have just changed ownership.
    He was been with the same label since 1968–with the exception of a country album on Lost Highway records and two jazz albums (No Plan B, being the second) on Blue Note.
    Warner Bros. was the same company as Mercury (US was WB, UK was Mercury).
    Mercury was bought by Polydor, which was later bought by Universal.
    Point Blank, Verve, etc are just arms of Universal (blues and jazz labels respectively).

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