Van Morrison Discography

Poet, philosopher, priest and patron saint of eternal childhoods and endless summers. Van got his first break in Them, a Northern Invasion band…

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Van Morrison: Astral Weeks (1968)

Kronomyth 2.0: THE VAN YOU LOVE TO LOVE. After the success of “Brown-Eyed Girl,” Van ditched that horse and strolled off the beaten…

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Van Morrison: Moondance (1970)

Van Morrison never lost the little boy in him who sat spellbound listening to rock & roll for the first time on a…

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Van Morrison: Tupelo Honey (1971)

Kronomyth 5.0: O, HOW SHALL SUMMER’S HONEY BREATH HOLD OUT? The classic Van Morrison albums, of which this is one, are special. You…

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Van Morrison: “Gypsy” (1972)

This is vintage Van Morrison, when the man didn’t seem capable of writing a bad song. “Gypsy” and “Saint Dominic’s Preview” (both from…

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Van Morrison: T.B. Sheets (1973)

Kronomyth 7.5: MORE BUCKS FOR BANG. The late Bert Berns’ much-maligned Bang Records had now released three albums from the material that Van…

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Jim Capaldi: Fierce Heart (1983)

Kronomyth 8.0: ARC OF A DIVERSE ARTIST. Co-produced with Steve Winwood, Fierce Heart is a conscious attempt to channel Winwood’s success with synthesizers…

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The Best of Van Morrison (1990)

These are some of the choicest van morsels, an informed selection that includes the obvious hits and then wisely screens through a wide…

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