Chris Morris ‎– Blue Jam

Warp Records ‎– WARP CD 79
CD, Album


1 Blue Jam Intro 1:23
2 Doc Phone 2:46
3 Lamacq Sting 0:18
4 4ft Car 1:43
5 Suicide Journalist 11:41
6 Acupuncture 4:54
7 Bad Sex 2 2:40
8 Mayo Sting 0:28
9 Unflustered Parents 7:25
10 Moyles Sting 1:09
11 TV Lizards 4:01
12 Doc Cock 4:09
13 Hobbs Sting 0:53
14 Morton Interview 5:29
15 Fixit Girl 5:33
16 Porn 3:34
17 Kids Party 0:41
18 Club News 3:32
19 Whiley Sting 0:14
20 Little Girl Balls 1:19
21 Blue Jam Outro 2:45

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WARP CD 79 Chris Morris Blue Jam(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Warp Records (2) WARP CD 79 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
WARPMC79 Chris Morris Blue Jam(Cass) Warp Records WARPMC79 UK 2000 Sell This Version
WARPCD79 Chris Morris Blue Jam(CD, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD79 UK 2000 Sell This Version
WARPCD 79 Chris Morris Blue Jam(CDr, Adv) Warp Records WARPCD 79 UK 2000 Sell This Version


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September 20, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Would kill for a vinyl pressing of this. Come on Warp, do the right thing.


April 22, 2004

An awesome comedy CD for the open-minded among you. Combines sketches seen on Channel 4's "Jam", and many others with a soundtrack by Warp records (and other electronica labels.) Sometimes hilarious, occasionally disturbing. (Just like all other Chris Morris' work then!)


May 24, 2003
Ooh my... I first heard this on Radio 1 late at night, not knowing what it was, wondering if I was cracking up... This was my first introduction to Chris Morris. At points this is just evocative- no other term of description can be used. Not comedy. Not drama.
It is said Morris' primary target on this project was the Medical Proffession, and this is clear on many sketches, least of all the 'Now What Seems To Be The Trouble' sketches... "I think i'm going to do this by telephone"
Choice of background music (mostly Trip-Hop and Ambient) is flawless, and most of them (I have a couple on record) will forever be indelibly associated with this experience.
'I can see Steve Lamacq as a frail old man in a wheelchair'...