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VAN MORRISON - LIVE - THE PERFORMANCES



2007-12-01

Songs Length

Simon Gee's WAVELENGTH
1h31m58s

Setlist

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0:06:26.00
0:05:56.00
0:05:32.00
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0:04:52.00
0:03:32.00
0:05:48.00
0:07:36.00
0:04:26.00
0:06:01.00
0:04:39.00
0:03:08.00
0:04:52.00
0:04:19.00
0:02:49.00
0:05:02.00
0:04:32.00

Band

Setlist Remarks

This Love Of Mine has now been played 68 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 10JUL2004
New to the previous show.

Magic Time has now been played 129 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 01APR2005

Talk Is Cheap has now been played 118 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 27APR2000
New to the previous show.

Reminds Me Of You has now been played 14 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 27APR1999
New to the previous show.

Playhouse has now been played 119 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 11DEC2005
Played at a different position from the previous show.

Beautiful Vision has now been played 169 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 22OCT1981
New to the previous show.

It Once Was My Life has now been played 108 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 31AUG1996
New to the previous show.

There Stands The Glass has now been played 91 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 07JUL2000
New to the previous show.

Goin' Down Geneva > Brand New Cadillac has now been played 123 times as a medley in this combination of songs since its first appearance on 27JUL1999
New to the previous show.

Little Village has now been played 71 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 18APR2002
New to the previous show.

Have I Told You Lately has now been played 553 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 18MAY1989
New to the previous show.

Saint James Infirmary has now been played 147 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 22FEB2001
New to the previous show.

Wild Night has now been played 144 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 00MAY1970
Played at a different position from the previous show.

Precious Time has now been played 549 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 16MAR1998
Played at a different position from the previous show.

Vanlose Stairway has now been played 432 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 22OCT1981
New to the previous show.

Bright Side Of The Road has now been played 485 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 15MAY1979
Played at a different position from the previous show.

Days Like This has now been played 415 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 26MAY1994
New to the previous show.

Moondance has now been played 772 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 26APR1970
Played at a different position from the previous show.

Brown Eyed Girl has now been played 560 times as a stand-alone song since its first appearance on 28MAR1967
Overall closing shows 92 times.

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York Press - Richard Foster
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NOW into his 60s, music legend Van Morrison shows no sign of slowing down, with his current tour schedule taking in Britain, Europe and America.
He is one of the most prolific and eclectic artists of his generation, being inspired by his Celtic roots, jazz, blues and soul.
On Saturday, his excellent band played their first note at 8pm, while their last note rang out with Morrison walking off the stage at 9.30pm sharp after performing a show-stopping trio of Bright Side Of The Road, Moondance and Brown Eyed Girl.
Some of his fans in the capacity audience tried to get him back on stage for an encore.
But, knowing Van as they do, it was a half-hearted attempt and many were already heading for the exits as the lights went up. Morrison knows his mind.
His band hardly paused between numbers as they worked hard to pack as many songs into the 90 minutes as possible.
Morrison's saxophone playing was strong and clear - his dialogues with the trumpet player were delicious. To add variety, he also played harmonica and acoustic guitar.
A marvellous mix of fiddle, mandolin, steel guitar, banjo, keyboards, percussion and electric guitar decorated the songs.
Even more sound textures were created when the electric bass player switched to double bass and the keyboard player moved from organ to piano.
Morrison's voice was as soulful as ever, his singing lifted to another level by the wonderful ensemble playing of his band who responded to their leader's every instruction. Great stuff.


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