plasticastle wrote:Norm seriously what do we have to do to get you to make this album?
strawman wrote:plasticastle wrote:Norm seriously what do we have to do to get you to make this album?
I'd also like it if the next album had a Norwegian flavor so we could increase DC's Norwegian subscriber base. You can stay out all day in that long Norwegian winter.
O, did I say you? I meant Nosferatu.
Norwegians Would might make a nice cover.
Anyway, maybe a Bbardle about Lutefisk would make a good impression. Garrison Keillor says of Lutefisk "Most lutefisk is not edible by normal people. It is reminiscent of the afterbirth of a dog or the world's largest chunk of phlegm." The Sons of Norway, an organization founded to repopulate Norway following Keillor's remark, writes, " Lutefisk (dried cod treated with lye) must surely be the strangest culinary effort credited to the Norwegians, but what a treat when prepared properly!"
[/quote]strawman wrote:Albums require more songs, a minimum of ten. I tried to commission a bbardle last year, but the Muse, the Fates, and Norm's schedule weren't having it.
Anyway, Norm will eventually have enough tunes, and Bases Covered will be on that album, remixed and all shiny like.
If it were up to me, Norm would use Hearty White's poetry rejection letter, and make it into a Bbardle duet. Or sing a Frank Zappa tribute piece with Frank Key, and call it Speaking Frankly. That could hasten the day, as well as introduce a whole new Bbardle genre using DC authors, called Norm and Friends that could be hustled on one of those late-night cable commercials that use one line cuts from each song as the titles scroll, and the announcer asks you which song you were listening two when your first child was conceived.
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