Van Morrison - Into The Music album flac
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|A1||Bright Side Of The Road
Tabla [Tablas] – Zakir Hussain
|A2||Full Force Gale
Slide Guitar – Ry Cooder
|A3||Stepping Out Queen
Tabla [Tablas] – Zakir Hussain
Drums – Kurt WortmanTin Whistle [Penny Whistle] – Robin Williamson
Tin Whistle [Penny Whistle] – Robin Williamson
|A6||You Make Me Feel So Free||4:06|
|B2||And The Healing Has Begun||8:00|
|B3||It's All In The Game
Written-By – Carl Sigman, Gen. Charles G. Dawes*
|B4||You Know What They're Writing About||5:38|
- Copyright (c) – Essential Music
- Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Inc.
- Produced For – Caledonia Productions
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Sausalito
- Mixed At – The Automatt
- Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
- Lacquer Cut At – Strawberry Mastering
- Pressed By – Phonodisc Ltd.
- Marketed By – Phonogram
- Arranged By [Horns] – Mark Isham, Pee Wee Ellis
- Backing Vocals – Herbie Armstrong, Katie Kissoon
- Bass – David Hayes
- Drums – Peter Van Hooke
- Engineer, Mixed By – Mick Glossop
- Guitar – Herbie Armstrong
- Keyboards – Mark Jordan
- Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica – Van Morrison
- Photography By, Design – Norman Seeff
- Producer – Van Morrison
- Producer [Assisted By] – Mick Glossop
- Saxophone – Pee Wee Ellis
- Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet – Mark Isham
- Violin, Viola [Stroviola], Viola, Mandolin – Toni Marcus
- Written-By – Van Morrison (tracks: A1 to B2, B4)
NotesPink record sleeve with lyrics and writing credits.
No durations on this version, they probably come from here
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): 9102852 1▽//2▽ESTR 14 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): 9102852 2▽//2▽ESTR 11 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): . STRAWBERRY .
|5305454||Van Morrison||Into The Music (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Polydor, Exile||5305454||Australia||2008|
|6304 508||Van Morrison||Into The Music (LP, Album)||Mercury||6304 508||Germany||1979|
|6304 508||Van Morrison||Into The Music (LP, Album)||Mercury||6304 508||Scandinavia||1979|
|839 603-2||Van Morrison||Into The Music (CD, Album, RE)||Polydor||839 603-2||Europe||Unknown|
|HS 3390||Van Morrison||Into The Music (LP, Album, Club)||Warner Bros. Records||HS 3390||US||1979|
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Into The Music Album. And The Healing Has Begun.
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Into the Music may not seem like a great Van Morrison record, one of his very best, upon first listen, especially if you're trying to compare it to such masterpieces as Astral Weeks and Moondance, or even Tupelo Honey. Yet this is certainly one of his best records, one that is quietly winning and thoroughly ingratiating, sounding stronger, even irresistible, with each new spin. In a sense, this is the definitive post-classic-era Morrison, since it summarizes all of his attributes while showcasing each at a peak
Band Name Van Morrison. Album Name Into The Music. Data de aparición 1979. Labels Ningun label conocida. Miembros poseen este álbum5. 1. Bright Side of the Road. 3. Stepping Out Queen.
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The Northern Irish singer Van Morrison has released 40 studio albums, 6 live albums, 6 compilation albums, 4 video albums, and 71 singles. Morrison made his first recording playing saxophone on "Boozoo Hully Gully" with the International Monarchs in 1962. His first recording session as lead singer/songwriter with Them was produced by Dick Rowe at Decca's studio. Don't Start Crying Now" was the first single released and the garage rock classic, "Gloria" was also recorded at this session.
During Van Morrison’s spell in Them, the brutally, brilliantly reductive Belfast band he fronted between 1964 and 1966, there had been glimmers of an artistic sensibility at odds with the turbo-boosted dockside R&B of songs like Gloria and Baby Please Don’t Go. On My Lonely Sad Eyes, Hey Girl and an aching cover of John Lee Hooker’s Don’t Look Back, Morrison was reaching for something deeper and more revelatory. It ranks among the most beautiful and heartbreaking farewells in popular music. Before Morrison’s long slide into genre exercises – a skiffle album here, a country record there, jazzin’ at Ronnie Scott’s – and the undistinguished collections of too-solid blues and R&B that have defined his music over the past two decades, he enjoyed a late-80s commercial renaissance with Avalon Sunset.