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Moondance

LP (Item 567045) Warner, 1970 — Condition: Very Good-
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Van Morrison — Moondance ... CD 1.99

Maybe the greatest album ever from Van Morrison – and a set that broke into a whole new side of his talents! Van's producing himself on the record – not really in the conventional role as a producer, but in a way that has him really writing most of the album as he goes along in the studio – using core ideas for tunes, and fleshing them out in a relatively spontaneous way with the musicians involved – at a level that also shows some of the most jazzy elements of Morrison's music to date! That approach is heard to key effect in the sublime title cut "Moondance" – but it also echoes over the course of the whole album's stellar set list – tracks that include "Caravan", "Into The Mystic", "Come Running", "Glad Tidings", and "And It Stoned Me". (Green label pressing. Cover has some wear, a mostly split top seam, a partially split bottom seam, and a few stains.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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