Astral Weeks - The Original Astral Weeks' Sound album flac
- Album: The Original Astral Weeks' Sound
- FLAC: 1415 mb | MP3: 1829 mb
- Released: 1998
- Style: Psychedelic Rock
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 178
- Format: MP2 AUD VQF MMF RA AAC WAV
|1||St. Louis Raga|
|2||Paul , A Potatoes Raker|
|4||Try To Be A Horse|
|5||Waiting For A Western Movie|
|7||An Ordinary Day|
|9||There Are Places|
|10||I Can Believe|
|12||Silence Of Dreams|
|16||Cry Baby Cry|
- Mastered By – Carlo Roffinengo
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Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl is the fifth live album recorded by Northern Irish singer/songwriter Van Morrison, and released in the United States on February 24, 2009 (see 2009 in music) and on February 9, 2009, in the UK. It was recorded during two live concerts at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California in 2008 and released on Morrison's new Listen to the Lion label and distributed by EMI.
Artist: Astral Weeks Title: The Original Astral Weeks' Sound Year Of Release: 1998 Label: Mellow Records Genre: Psychedelic Rock Quality: Flac (tracks,. Try To Be A Horse - 02:30 05. Waiting For A Western Movie - 02:37 06. The Vigil (solo guitar) - 02:43 07. An Ordinary Day - 02:34 08. Astral Raga - 03:42 09. There Are Places - 01:51 10. I Can Believe - 02:53 11.
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Astral Weeks" is the title song and opening track on the 1968 album Astral Weeks by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. On the first recording session for the album on September 25, 1968, this song was the last of four recorded for that date. John Payne, the flautist who had been working with Morrison, said it was the first time he had ever heard it, and that although the song may sound rehearsed it was actually captured from the only take.
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In the weeks they played at the Catacombs, they began to develop the template for Astral Weeks. It was around this time that Warner Bros. Records approached Morrison, hoping to sign him to their roster. Presumably their interest focused on his prior success with "Brown-Eyed Girl", not on Morrison's current acoustic work.
Astral Weeks is the second studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. It was recorded at Century Sound Studios in New York during September and October 1968, and released in November of the same year by Warner Bros. The album's music blends folk, blues, jazz, and classical styles, signalling a radical departure from the sound of Morrison's previous pop hits, such as "Brown Eyed Girl" (1967). The lyrics and cover art portray the symbolism equating earthly love and heaven that would often feature in the singer's subsequent records.