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Van Morrison - Before the Fame album download

Performer: Van Morrison
Title: Before the Fame
Released: 2003
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Van Morrison - Before the Fame album download


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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.

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Home to all of the latest Van Morrison news, music and the entire history of an original musical legend. This fourteen track album follows a recent run of hugely acclaimed albums (Roll With The Punches, Versatile and You’re Driving Me Crazy), each of which has delved deep into the musical styles that have continued to inspire Van throughout his life – vocal jazz and R&B. Lee Hooker, Sam Cooke and Solomon Burke (among others) and makes them unmistakably his own. Alongside these reinterpretations, The Prophet Speaks features six phenomenal new Van Morrison compositions

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Them were a formidable, popular group in their own right before singer Van Morrison went on to even greater fame. This Belfast five only produced two LPs and a potful of 7" singles during its ascendance in the molten heat of the British Invasion. In addition to "Gloria," Morrison was well on the road to his later genius when he penned "Could You, Would You" and "Hey Girl. True, his material could stand to rock & roll more, just as the Yardbirds held fast to Chicago blues but made their beat stomp. But still he comes on like some swamp-dwelling, moonshine-drinking, big man on the prowl.

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Before his solo career, Van Morrison's distinctive vocals led the way for Them, an early '60s breakout band. One of their biggest hits was a cover of the Big Joe Williams blues classic 'Baby Please Don't Go,' which was penned back in 1935. One key note on the Them version is the fact that then-unknown guitarist Jimmy Page provided rhythm guitar on the song. Van Morrison's soulful 1970 ballad was no doubt playing in the background as many a baby was being made. The tender track has been one of the most covered songs throughout the years, as Robbie Robertson, Aaron Neville, and Brian Kennedy all had their versions featured on film soundtracks. Ray Charles had the pleasure of inducting Van into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by singing the track with him, and Charles enjoyed it so much, he later added it to his 'Genius Loves Company' duets record. 6. 'Here Comes the Night'.