Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance
Van Morrison - Moondance

Van Morrison - Moondance

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COMPILATION

Van Morrison - Guitar (Rhythm), Tambourine

Jackie Verdell - Vocals, Background vocals (A3, B3)

Judy Clay - Vocals, Background vocals (A3, B3)

Emily Houston - Vocals, Background vocals (A3, B3)

John Klingberg - Bass

Jeff Labes - Organ, Piano

Gary Malabar - Drums, Vibraphone

Guy Mason - Conga Drum

John Platania - Guitar (Rhythm)

Jack Schroer - Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)

Collin Tilton - Flute, Sax (Tenor)

Written by Van Morrison

 

1 LP, Gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press :  Optimal Media

Label :  Rhino Records 

Original Label :  Warner

Engineered by Tony May, Elliot Scheiner, Neil Schwartz, Shelly Yakus, Steve Friedberg

Produced by Van Morrison and Lewis Merenstein

Mastered by Kevin Gray at AcousTech Mastering

Lacquers Cut by Kevin Gray (A1 to B5) & Steve Hoffman (B1 to B5)

Photography by Elliott Landy

Originally released in January 1970

Reissued in 2020

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. And It Stoned Me
  2. Moondance
  3. Crazy Love
  4. Caravan
  5. Into The Mystic

Side B:

  1. Come Running
  2. These Dreams Of You
  3. Brand New Day
  4. Everyone
  5. Glad Tidings

     

    Awards:

    Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 120/500

     

    Reviews :

    “The yang to Astral Weeks' yin, the brilliant Moondance is every bit as much a classic as its predecessor; Van Morrison's first commercially successful solo effort, it retains the previous album's deeply spiritual thrust but transcends its bleak, cathartic intensity to instead explore themes of renewal and redemption. Light, soulful, and jazzy, Moondance opens with the sweetly nostalgic "And It Stoned Me," the song's pastoral imagery establishing the dominant lyrical motif recurring throughout the album -- virtually every track exults in natural wonder, whether it's the nocturnal magic celebrated by the title cut or the unlimited promise offered in "Brand New Day." At the heart of the record is "Caravan," an incantatory ode to the power of radio; equally stirring is the majestic "Into the Mystic," a song of such elemental beauty and grace as to stand as arguably the quintessential Morrison moment.” AllMusic Review by Jason Ankeny

     

    Ratings :

    Discogs 4.71 / 5  , AllMusic : 5 / 5

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