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Van Morrison

Equal parts blue-eyed soul shouter and wild-eyed poet-sorcerer, Van Morrison is among popular music's true innovators, a restless seeker whose incantatory vocals and alchemical fusion of R&B, jazz, blues, and Celtic folk produced perhaps the most spiritually transcendent body of work in the rock & roll canon. Subject only to the whims of his own muse, his recordings cover extraordinary stylistic ground yet retain a consistency and purity virtually unmatched among his contemporaries, connected by the mythic power of his singular musical vision and his incendiary vocal delivery: spiraling repetitions of wails and whispers that bypass the confines of language to articulate emotional truths far beyond the scope of literal meaning.

George Ivan Morrison was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on August 31, 1945; his mother was a singer, while his father ardently collected classic American jazz and blues recordings. At 15, he quit school to join the local R&B band the Monarchs, touring military bases throughout Europe before returning home to form his own group, Them. Boasting a fiery, gritty sound heavily influenced by Morrison heroes like Howlin' Wolf, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Little Walter, Them quickly earned a devout local following and in late 1964 recorded their debut single, "Don't Start Crying Now." The follow-up, an electrifying reading of Big Joe Williams' "Baby Please Don't Go," cracked the U.K. Top Ten in early 1965. Though not a major hit upon its original release, Them's Morrison-penned "Gloria" endures among the true classics of the rock pantheon, covered by everyone from the Doors to Patti Smith. Lineup changes plagued the band throughout its lifespan, however, and at the insistence of producer Bert Berns, over time session musicians increasingly assumed the lion's share of recording duties. A frustrated Morrison finally left Them following a 1966 tour of the U.S., quitting the music business and returning to Belfast.

After Berns relocated to New York City to form Bang Records, he convinced Morrison to travel stateside and record as a solo artist; the sessions produced arguably his most familiar hit, the jubilant "Brown-Eyed Girl" (originally titled "Brown-Skinned Girl"), a Top Ten smash in the summer of 1967. By contrast, however, the resulting album, Blowin' Your Mind, was a bleak, bluesy effort highlighted by the harrowing "T.B. Sheets." The sessions were originally intended to produce only material for singles, so when Berns released the LP against Morrison's wishes, he again retreated home to Ireland while the album tanked on the charts. Berns suffered a fatal heart attack in late 1967, which freed Morrison of his contractual obligations and energized him to start working on new material.

His first album for new label Warner Bros., 1968's Astral Weeks, remains not only Morrison's masterpiece, but one of the greatest records ever made. A haunting, deeply personal collection of impressionistic folk-styled epics recorded by an all-star jazz backing unit including bassist Richard Davis and drummer Connie Kay, its poetic complexity earned critical raves but made only a minimal commercial impact. The follow-up, 1970's Moondance, was every bit as brilliant; buoyant and optimistic where Astral Weeks had been dark and anguished, it cracked the Top 40, generating the perennials "Caravan" and "Into the Mystic."

The first half of the 1970s was the most fertile creative period of Morrison's career. From Moondance onward, his records reflected an increasingly celebratory and profoundly mystical outlook spurred on in large part by his marriage to wife Janet Planet and the couple's relocation to California. After His Band and the Street Choir yielded his biggest chart hit, "Domino," Morrison released 1971's Tupelo Honey, a lovely, pastoral meditation on wedded bliss highlighted by the single "Wild Night." In the wake of the following year's stirring Saint Dominic's Preview, he formed the Caledonia Soul Orchestra, featured both on the studio effort Hard Nose the Highway and on the excellent live set It's Too Late to Stop Now. However, in 1973 he not only dissolved the group but also divorced Planet and moved back to Belfast. The stunning 1974 LP Veedon Fleece chronicled Morrison's emotional turmoil; he then remained silent for three years, reportedly working on a number of aborted projects but releasing nothing until 1977's aptly titled A Period of Transition.

Plagued for some time by chronic stage fright, Morrison mounted his first tour in close to five years in support of 1978's Wavelength; his performances became more and more erratic, however, and during a 1979 date at New York's Palladium, he even stalked off-stage in mid-set and did not return. Into the Music, released later that year, evoked a more conventionally spiritual perspective than before, a pattern continued on successive outings for years to come. Albums like 1983's Inarticulate Speech of the Heart, 1985's A Sense of Wonder, and 1986's No Guru, No Method, No Teacher are all largely cut from the same cloth, employing serenely beautiful musical backdrops to explore themes of faith and healing. For 1988's Irish Heartbeat, however, Morrison teamed with another of his homeland's musical institutions, the famed Chieftains, for a collection of traditional folk songs.

Meanwhile, Avalon Sunset heralded a commercial rebirth of sorts in 1989. While "Whenever God Shines His Light," a duet with Cliff Richard, became Morrison's first U.K. Top 20 hit in over two decades, the gorgeous "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You" emerged as something of a contemporary standard, with a Rod Stewart cover cracking the U.S. Top Five in 1993. Further proof of Morrison's renewed popularity arrived with the 1990 release of Mercury's best-of package; far and away the best-selling album of his career, it introduced the singer to a new generation of fans. A new studio record, Enlightenment, appeared that same year, followed in 1991 by the ambitious double set Hymns to the Silence, widely hailed as his most impressive outing in years.

Following the uniformity of his 1980s work, the remainder of the decade proved impressively eclectic: 1993's Too Long in Exile returned Morrison to his musical roots with covers of blues and R&B classics, while on 1995's Days Like This he teamed with daughter Shana for a duet on "You Don't Know Me." For the Verve label, he cut 1996's How Long Has This Been Going On, a traditional jazz record co-credited to longtime pianist Georgie Fame, while for the follow-up Tell Me Something: The Songs of Mose Allison he worked with guest of honor Allison himself. Morrison continued balancing the past and the future in the years to follow, alternating between new studio albums (1997's The Healing Game, 1999's Back on Top) and collections of rare and live material (1998's The Philosopher's Stone and 2000's The Skiffle Sessions and You Win Again).

It wasn't until 2002 that an album of new material surfaced, but in May his long-anticipated Down the Road was released. Three years later, Morrison issued Magic Time. Pay the Devil, a country-tinged set, appeared in 2006 on Lost Highway Records. That same year, Morrison released his first commercial DVD, Live at Montreux 1980 and 1974, drawn from two separate appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival. In 2008, Morrison released Keep It Simple, his first album of all-original material since 1999's Back on Top. In November of that same year, Morrison performed the entire Astral Weeks album live at two shows at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, which resulted in 2009's Astral Weeks: Live at the Hollywood Bowl album and Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl: The Concert Film. His 34th studio album, Born to Sing: No Plan B, recorded in Belfast, appeared in the fall of 2012. In 2015, Morrison made his debut for RCA Records with Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue, which found him sharing the vocal mike on 16 songs from throughout his career with artists such as Michael Bublé, Steve Winwood, Mick Hucknall, and Joss Stone. ~ Jason Ankeny & Steve Leggett
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Born To Sing: No Plan B

1. Open The Door (To Your Heart)

2. Goin' Down To Monte Carlo

3. Born To Sing

4. End Of The Rainbow

5. Close Enough For Jazz

6. Mystic Of The East

7. Retreat And View

8. If In Money We Trust

9. Pagan Heart

10. Educating Archie

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Track List: Astral Weeks: Live At The Hollywood Bowl

1. Astral Weeks / I Believe I've Transcended (Live 2009)

2. Beside You (Live 2009)

3. Slim Slow Slider / I Start Breaking Down (Live 2009)

4. Sweet Thing (Live 2009)

5. The Way Young Lovers Do (Live 2009)

6. Cyprus Avenue / You Came Walking Down (Live 2009)

7. Ballerina / Move On Up (Live 2009)

8. Madame George (Live 2009)

9. Listen To The Lion / The Lion Speaks (Live 2009)

10. Common One (Live 2009)

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Track List: Keep It Simple

1. How Can A Poor Boy?

2. School Of Hard Knocks

3. That's Entrainment

4. Don't Go To Nightclubs Anymore

5. Lover Come Back

6. Keep It Simple

7. End Of The Land

8. Song Of Home

9. No Thing

10. Soul

11. Behind The Ritual

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Track List: Still On Top - The Greatest Hits

Disc 1

1. Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)

2. Dweller On The Threshold

4. Moondance

5. Bright Side Of The Road

6. Brown Eyed Girl

7. Wavelength

8. Crazy Love

9. Someone Like You

10. When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God

11. Tore Down A La Rimbaud

12. Wild Night

14. Real Real Gone

15. Into The Mystic

16. In The Garden

18. Stranded

Disc 2

1. Precious Time

2. Domino

4. Little Village

5. And It Stoned Me

6. Days Like This

7. Have I Told You Lately

8. Cleaning Windows

10. Back On Top

11. Vanlose Stairway

12. Celtic New Year

15. Full Force Gale

16. Warm Love

17. Did Ye Get Healed?

18. Tupelo Honey

19. Wonderful Remark

Disc 3

1. Hey Mr. Dj

2. In The Forest

3. Queen Of The Slipstream

4. Rave On John Donne

5. Hymns To The Silence

7. Rough God Goes Riding

8. Steal My Heart Away

9. One Irish Rover

10. Listen To The Lion

11. Streets Of Arklow

14. Coney Island

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Track List: At The Movies - Soundtrack Hits

1. Gloria

3. Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)

6. Queen Of The Slipstream

7. Wild Night

9. Wonderful Remark

10. Brown Eyed Girl

11. Days Like This

13. Hungry For Your Love

14. Someone Like You

15. Bright Side Of The Road

16. Have I Told You Lately?

17. Real Real Gone

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Track List: Pay The Devil

1. There Stands The Glass

2. Half As Much

3. Things Have Gone To Pieces

4. Big Blue Diamonds

5. Playhouse

6. Your Cheatin' Heart

8. My Buckets Got A Hole In It

9. Back Street Affair

10. Pay The Devil

11. What Am I Living For

12. This Has Got To Stop

13. Once A Day

14. More And More

15. Till I Gain Control Again

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Track List: Magic Time

1. Stranded

2. Celtic New Year

3. Keep Mediocrity At Bay

4. Evening Train

5. This Love Of Mine

6. I'm Confessin'

7. Just Like Greta

8. Gypsy In My Soul

9. Lonely and Blue

10. The Lion This Time

11. Magic Time

12. They Sold Me Out

13. Carry On Regardless

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Track List: What's Wrong With This Picture?

1. What's Wrong With This Picture?

2. Whinin Boy Moan

3. Evening In June

4. Too Many Myths

5. Somerset

6. Meaning Of Loneliness

7. Stop Drinking

8. Goldfish Bowl

9. Once In A Blue Moon

10. Saint James Infirmary

11. Little Village

12. Fame

13. Get On With The Show

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Track List: Down The Road

1. Down The Road

2. Meet Me In The Indian Summer

3. Steal My Heart Away

4. Hey Mr. DJ

5. Talk Is Cheap

6. Choppin Wood

7. What Makes The Irish Heart Beat

8. All Work And No Play

9. Whatever Happend To PJ Proby

10. The Beauty Of The Days Gone By

11. Geogia On My Mind

12. Only A Dream

13. Man Has To Struggle

14. Evening Shadows

15. Fast Train

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Track List: Back On Top

1. Goin' Down Geneva

2. Philosophers Stone

3. In The Midnight

4. Back On Top

5. When The Leaves Come Falling Down

6. High Summer

7. Reminds Me Of You

8. New Biography

9. Precious Time

10. Golden Autumn Day

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Track List: The Healing Game

1. Rough God Goes Riding

2. Fire In The Belly

3. This Weight

4. Waiting Game

5. Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

6. Burning Ground

7. It Once Was My Life

8. Sometimes We Cry

9. If You Love Me

10. The Healing Game

11. At The End Of The Day

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Track List: How Long Has This Been Going On

1. I Will Be There

2. The New Symphony Sid

3. Early In The Morning

4. Who Can I Turn To

5. Sack O' Woe

6. Moondance

7. Centerpiece

8. How Long Has This Been Going On

9. Your Mind Is On Vacation

10. All Saints Day

11. Blues In The Night

12. Don't Worry About A Thing

13. That's Life

14. Heathrow Shuffle

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Track List: Days Like This

1. Perfect Fit

2. Russian Roulette

3. Raincheck

4. You Don't Know Me

5. No Religion

6. Underlying Depression

7. Songwriter

8. Days Like This

9. I'll Never Be Free

10. Melancholia

11. Ancient Highway

12. In The Afternoon

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Track List: Too Long In Exile

1. Too Long In Exile

2. Big Time Operators

3. Lonely Avenue

4. Ball And Chain

5. In The Forest

6. Till We Get The Healing Done

7. Gloria

8. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl

9. Wasted Years

10. The Lonesome Rode

11. Moody's Mood For Love

12. Close Enough For Jazz

13. Before The World Was Made

14. I'll Take Care Of You

15. Instrumental / Tell Me What You Want

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Track List: The Best Of Van Morrison Volume Two

1. Real Real Gone

2. When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God

3. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

4. In The Garden

5. A Sense Of Wonder

7. Coney Island

8. Enlightenment

12. One Irish Rover

13. The Mystery

14. Hymns To The Silence

15. Evening Meditation

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Track List: Bang Masters

1. Brown Eyed Girl

2. Spanish Rose

4. Ro Ro Rosey

5. Chick-a-Boom

6. It's All Right

7. Send Your Mind

8. The Smile You Smile

9. The Back Room

10. Midnight Special

11. T.B. Sheets

12. He Ain't Give You None

13. Who Drove The Red Sports Car

14. Beside You

15. Joe Harper Saturday Morning

16. Madame George

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Track List: Enlightenment

1. Real Real Gone

2. Enlightenment

3. So Quiet In Here

4. Avalon Of The Heart

5. See Me Through

6. Youth Of 1000 Summers

7. In The Days Before Rock'n'roll

8. Start All Over Again

9. She's My Baby

10. Memories

11. Enlightenment

12. So Quiet In Here

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Track List: The Best Of Van Morrison

1. Bright Side Of The Road

2. Gloria

3. Moondance

5. Have I Told You Lately

6. Brown Eyed Girl

7. Sweet Thing

8. Warm Love

9. Wonderful Remark

11. Full Force Gale

12. And It Stoned Me

13. Here Comes The Night

14. Domino

15. Did Ye Get Healed?

16. Wild Night

17. Cleaning Windows

18. Whenever God Shines His Light

19. Queen Of The Slipstream

20. Dweller On The Threshold

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Track List: Avalon Sunset

1. Whenever God Shines His Light

2. Contacting My Angel

3. I'd Love To Wright Another Song

4. Have I Told You Lately?

5. Coney Island

6. I'm Tired Joey Boy

7. When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God?

8. Orangefield

9. Daring Night

10. These Are The Days

11. Whenever God Shines His Light (Alternate Take)

12. When The Saints Go Marching In

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Track List: Poetic Champions Compose

1. Spanish Steps

2. The Mystery

3. Queen Of The Slipstream

4. I Forgot That Love Existed

5. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

6. Celtic Excavation

7. Someone Like You

8. Alan Watts Blues

9. Give Me My Rapture

10. Did Ye Get Healed?

11. Allow Me

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Track List: No Guru, No Method, No Teacher

1. Got To Go Back

2. Oh The Warm Feeling

3. Foreign Window

4. A Town Called Paradise

5. In The Garden

6. Tir Na Nog

7. Here Comes The Knight

8. Thanks For The Information

9. One Irish Rover

10. Ivory Tower

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Track List: Live At The Grand Opera House Belfast

1. Intro. Into The Mystic (Instr.)/ Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart (Live 1984)

2. Dweller On The Threshold (Live 1984)

3. It's All In The Game > You Know What They're Writing About (Live 1984)

4. She Gives Me Religion (Live 1984)

5. Haunts Of Ancient Peace (Live 1984)

6. Full Force Gale (Live 1984)

7. Beautiful Vision (Live 1984)

8. Vanlose Stairway (Live 1984)

9. Rave On John Donne / Rave On Part Two (Live 1984)

10. Northern Muse (Solid Ground) (Live 1984)

11. Cleaning Windows (Live 1984)

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Track List: Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart

1. Higher Than The World

2. Connswater

3. River Of Time

4. Celtic Swing

5. Rave On, John Donne

6. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart No. 1

7. Irish Heartbeat

8. The Street Only Knew Your Name

9. Cry For Home

10. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart No. 2

11. September Night

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Track List: Into The Music

1. Bright Side Of The Road

2. Full Force Gale

3. Stepping Out Queen

4. Troubadours

5. Rolling Hills

6. You Make Me Feel So Free

7. Angeliou

8. And The Healing Has Begun

9. It's All In The Game

10. You Know What They're Writing About

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Track List: Wavelength

1. Kingdom Hall

2. Checkin' It Out

3. Natalia

4. Venice U.S.A.

5. Lifetimes

6. Wavelength

7. Santa Fe / Beautiful Obsession

8. Hungry For Your Love

9. Take It Where You Find It

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Track List: A Period Of Transition

1. You Gotta Make It Through The World

2. It Fills You Up

3. The Eternal Kansas City

4. Joyous Sound

5. Flamingos Fly

6. Heavy Connection

7. Cold Wind In August

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Track List: Veedon Fleece

1. Fair Play

2. Linden Arden Stole The Highlights

3. Who Was That Masked Man

4. Streets Of Arklow

5. You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push The River

6. Bulbs

7. Cul De Sac

8. Comfort You

9. Come Here My Love

10. Country Fair

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Track List: Saint Dominic's Preview

1. Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)

2. Gypsy

3. I Will Be There

4. Listen To The Lion

5. Saint Dominic's Preview

6. Redwood Tree

7. Almost Independence Day

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Track List: His Band And The Street Choir

1. Domino

2. Crazy Face

3. Give Me A Kiss

4. I've Been Working

5. Call Me Up In Dreamland

6. I'll Be Your Lover, Too

7. Blue Money

8. Virgo Clowns

9. Gypsy Queen

10. Sweet Jannie

11. If I Ever A Needed Someone

12. Street Choir

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Track List: Moondance

1. And It Stoned Me

2. Moondance

3. Crazy Love

4. Caravan

5. Into The Mystic

6. Come Running

7. These Dreams Of You

8. Brand New Day

9. Everyone

10. Glad Tidings

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Track List: Moondance (Expanded Edition)

Disc 1

1. And It Stoned Me

2. Moondance

3. Crazy Love

4. Caravan

5. Into The Mystic

6. Come Running

7. These Dreams Of You

8. Brand New Day

9. Everyone

10. Glad Tidings

Disc 2

1. Caravan (Take 4)

2. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out (Outtake)

3. Into The Mystic (Take 11)

4. Brand New Day (Take 3)

5. Glad Tidings (Alt. Version)

6. Come Running (Take 2)

7. Crazy Love (Mono Mix)

8. These Dreams Of You (Alt. Version)

9. Moondance (Take 22)

10. I Shall Sing (Take 7)

11. I've Been Working (Early Version, Take 5)

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Track List: Astral Weeks

1. Astral Weeks

2. Beside You

3. Sweet Thing

4. Cyprus Avenue

5. The Way Young Lovers Do

6. Madame George

7. Ballerina

8. Slim Slow Slider

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Track List: Blowin' Your Mind!

1. Brown Eyed Girl

2. He Ain't Give You None

3. T.B. Sheets

4. Spanish Rose

5. Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)

6. Ro Ro Rosey

7. Who Drove The Red Sports Car

8. Midnight Special

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Track List: ..It's Too Late To Stop Now...Volumes II, III & IV (Live)

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Astral Weeks (Expanded Edition)

1. Astral Weeks

2. Beside You

3. Sweet Thing

4. Cyprus Avenue

5. The Way Young Lovers Do

6. Madame George

7. Ballerina

8. Slim Slow Slider

9. Beside You (Take 1)

10. Madame George (Take 4)

11. Ballerina (Long Version)

12. Slim Slow Slider (Long Version)

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Track List: Fire In The Belly (Single)

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Track List: His Band And The Street Choir (Expanded Edition)

1. Domino

2. Crazy Face

3. Give Me A Kiss

4. I've Been Working

5. Call Me Up In Dreamland

6. I'll Be Your Lover, Too

7. Blue Money

8. Virgo Clowns

9. Gypsy Queen

10. Sweet Jannie

11. If I Ever Needed Someone

12. Street Choir

13. Call Me Up In Dreamland (Take 10)

14. Give Me A Kiss (Take 3)

15. Gypsy Queen (Take 3)

16. I've Been Working (Alternate Version)

17. I'll Be Your Lover, Too (Alternate Version)

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Track List: Irish Heartbeat (Single)

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Track List: Open The Door (To Your Heart) (Single)

1. Open The Door (To Your Heart)

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Track List: Real Real Gone (Single)

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Track List: Some Peace Of Mind (Single)

1. Some Peace Of Mind

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This list of albums is missing Hymns to the Silence 1991
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The best bI nm
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Nnnnnnoooo I'm your blue-eyes girl ☺
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maryjbelle
someone on my fb was admitting they never liked him. I was flabbergaste d . My son loves his music and he is 32...glad I stayed out of that one! PS-either you get him or not that's all.
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someone on my fb was admitting they never liked him. I was flabbergaste d . My son loves his music and he is 32...glad I sayed out of that one! PS-either you get him or not that's all.
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Lu% )¥~£¢
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OMG! Who DOESN'T this song bring back memories to?! I think we ALL could relate to this song at some point in our journey! I mean, I thought this song was written just for me!! I can still smell the night air...
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the man
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Begin the stadium with you . . .
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A true musical genius!
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Love Into the mystic!
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I Love Vans Blue Eyed SOUL Style, best white soul there is!
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Thank GOD for Van Morrison. This IS an ARTIST.
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So much soul
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Got much better
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@ajunque7 ditto
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I went to many VM shows where his performances were transcendent a l ; I also saw him walk offstage after 3 songs at one show. A few years ago I saw him again. At exactly 8 the houselights went down even though people were still coming in. He stood in one spot, never moved an inch while performing. He seemed totally uninterested in what he was doing, completely phoning it in as they say. I was so disappointed and probably won't bother seeing him again--but I'll never stop listening to his music.
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He got better
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I thought Morrison overdosed and died many yrs ago? He was Awesome!
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Dick Brown was the boyfriend of the brown eyed girl.
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Have to agree with boyett.kyle on this one van Morrison a musical genius underrated in the mainstream musical world. But truly appreciated by me
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Rylantz eat s#!t A#!&%$E
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Rylan eat s#%t van Morrison is a genius just like ccr's Jon fogerty. Both truly amazing
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Van Morrison's tupelo honey defenetly my all time favorite song by him. All his music is great but just something about tupelo honey I can listen to it over and over and over
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I'm 56 years old and you have been my favorite artists all my life you speak to me and I'm part-irish so maybe that's why I love you
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BAK
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:)
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Only one thing can be said, Badass!!
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ive always been in love with him since 1970
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I really dig this guy.
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Just love brown eyed girl!!!
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BABY PLEASE DONT GO VAN MORRISON AND THEM
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I'm with yah!
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love this song!!. could dance to this all night long....
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4.9 million listeners
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❤❤❤❤❤
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What ever happened. ......❤❤❤
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VAN MORRISON , MAGNIFICO !!!!!!!!!!
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You know what he's talking about when he says his "brown eyed girl " right?
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I'm an Angel.....
In THE 1st degree...... .

Lyrics......
They're RIGHT up there with Brown Eyed Girl (B.E.G.) huuummmmmm.. . . . . . . .
& INTO THE MYSTIC'
Man is GENIUS!

Beautiful stuff.....!! ! !
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Love this guy.....BIG FAN!!!!!!!
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Beautiful day wish my love could share with me
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Booo
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Van has been around for a long time and still going strong
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Great song
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Nice one VAN!
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Saw Van in Sacramento in early 70's. He was fantastic but never said a word to the audience. Not even thank you for coming. I remember thinking how shy he must be.
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there will be an answer you are the love of my life
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