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  1. Mar 07,  · Arranged By – Van Morrison Written-By – Traditional: 4: In The Garden: 5: A Sense Of Wonder: 6: I'll Tell Me Ma Arranged By – Paddy Moloney, Van Morrison Producer – Paddy Moloney Written-By – Traditional: 7: Coney Island: 8: Enlightenment: 9: Rave On John Donne / Rave On Part Two (Live) Don't Look Back Producer – Tommy Scott: 11 /5(2).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Van Morrison Volume Two on Discogs/5(21).
  3. Mar 07,  · referencing The Best Of Van Morrison (Volume Two), CD, Comp, I have a 'box' containing both Volumes I & II marked as a 30th Anniversary Limited Gold edition. I don't find it anywhere over here/5(85).
  4. Listen free to Van Morrison – The Best of Van Morrison Volume Two (Real Real Gone, When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at dersgsithalpoteman.mounwadisctetheapapithepefofodul.co
  5. Mar 09,  · This is one of my favourite ever compilations. I don’t own anything from Mr Morrison apart from this and The Best Of Van Morrison that should be the first volume to this set. That one contains dominantly huge hits, never really grew on me, it is not my music in general. But Volume Two is something that moved me very much. This is a collection /5(9).
  6. No big hit singles are here, or even familiar songs for that matter. Van Morrison compiled 's The Best of Van Morrison, Vol. 2 himself, leaning heavily toward his then-recent work. As an anthology, it doesn't completely work, since it's uneven and lacking a sense of scope; what makes the album fascinating is to see how Morrison views himself.. Although there are many good (even great.
  7. The Best of Van Morrison Volume Two is a compilation album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison released in Morrison chose the tracks for this album himself. It is mostly drawn from his work during – "Real Real Gone" from the album Enlightenment was the only song included that was a fairly successful dersgsithalpoteman.mounwadisctetheapapithepefofodul.co other songs were not well known except for among.
  8. The Best Of Van Morrison Volume Two sticks pretty much to the stuff PolyGram owned worldwide, so that meant nothing from the ‘70s. Instead we get two songs from each of his ‘80s albums, two from Them, and one each from the live album, the Chieftains album and Hymns To .
  9. Don't Look Back is an album released by blues singer-songwriter John Lee Hooker in that was co-produced by Van Morrison and Mike Kappus. Van Morrison also performed duets with Hooker on four of the tracks. The album was the Grammy winner in the Best Traditional Blues Album category in The title duet by Hooker and Morrison also won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.

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