Orangefield - Van Morrison - Pagan Streams (CD)

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  1. Sir George Ivan "Van" Morrison OBE (born 31 August ) is a Northern Irish singer-songwriter, instrumentalist and record producer. His professional career began as a teenager in the late s, playing a variety of instruments including guitar, harmonica, keyboards and saxophone for various Irish showbands, covering the popular hits of that Morrison rose to prominence in the mid.
  2. Aug 29,  · Pagan Streams · Van Morrison Hymns to the Silence ℗ Exile Productions, Ltd. under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Released on: Missing: Orangefield.
  3. He grew up in a home steeped in music. Van’s father was an avid collector of American jazz and blues records purchased from Solly Lipsitz at Atlantic Records in High Street. Later Van was to fuse these sounds with ‘Caledonian Soul’ to create his own unique and distinctive style. Van’s mother Violet was a singer and dancer in her.
  4. 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 bungturredemocobacdiorahapboyge.cog: Orangefield.
  5. May 04,  · View album details: Pagan Streams (Europe ) Disc 2 by Van Morrison in bindlestiff's music collection.
  6. How I loved you then in Orangefield Like I love you now in Orangefield And the sun shone so bright And it lit up all our days You were the apple of my eye Baby it's true On a golden autumn day All my dreams came true in Orangefield On a throne of Ulster day You came my way in Orangefield How I loved you then in Orangefield Like I love you now.
  7. Jun 06,  · Mercury label edition (a division of Polygram), of Avalon Sunset by Van Morrison. Original 10 track CD release. When R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe wrote "That's me in the spotlight / Losing my religion," he could have been singing about Van Morrison, the man who lost his three times within a decade. In the end, though, Van returned to /5().
  8. Van Morrison "On Hyndford Street": Take me back, take me way, way, way back On Hyndford Street Where you could feel the silence at half.

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