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Performer: Van Morrison
Genre: Rock
Title: Magic Time
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Van Morrison ‎– Magic Time. Label: Polydor ‎– 9871264. Recorded at The Wool Hall and Windmill Lane. Mastered at Metropolis Mastering, London. This album is dedicated to the memory of Foggy Lyttle who played on most of the tracks.

Van Morrison: No Surrender is a biography of musician Van Morrison, written by Johnny Rogan. Magic Time is an extensive three-disc compilation album containing music from the bands The Millennium, The Ballroom, Sagittarius and also the artist Curt Boettcher, released in 2001. It isn't completely accurate to call it a reissue of The Millennium album Begin, though it does contain the entire album plus all of the single versions of songs from that album. It also isn't accurate to refer to it simply as a Millennium compilation because it contains the entire (previously unreleased) album by The Ballroom, as well as numerous demos for The Ballroom, Sagittarius, and Curt Boettcher.

Van Morrison : Magic Time,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento Maio 2005. Estilo de MúsicaFolk Rock. Membros têm este álbum2. 3. Keep Mediocrity at Bay. 4. Evening Train. 5. This Love of Mine.

Magic Time is a 2005 album by Van Morrison, released by Geffen Records. The album debuted at number 25 on the US Billboard charts and number 3 on the UK charts-Morrison's best chart debut until Still on Top – The Greatest Hits debuted at number 2 on the UK charts in 2007. You find instead an echo of a full-throated roar hanging in the air, the telltale signs of a bloody struggle, and an empty cage. The lion in winter is on the loose. Andy Whitman) Liner notes. On the first page of the liner notes is the notation: "This album is dedicated to the memory of Foggy Lyttle who played on most of the tracks

Don't lose the wonder in your eyes I can see it right now when you smile Let me go back for a while Let me go back for a while To that magic time. You can call it nostalgia, I don't mind Standing on that windswept hillside Listenin' to the church bells chime Listenin' to the church bells chime In that magic time. Call it nostalgia, I don't mind Standing on that windswept hillside Listenin' to the church bells chime Listenin' to the church bells chime In that magic time. If we go back for a while Let me go back for a while To that magic time. Magic Time" Track Info. Magic Time Van Morrison.

Magic Time - the new Van Morrison album - showcased in London last night. Magic Time, Van Morrison's new album, set for release in mid-May, is not entirely magical, but it's his most likeable release for some years. Last night's London press launch, in a tiny, steeply raked theatre, revealed a diverse collection of songs which made a bigger impact than any of Morrison's solo studio albums since The Healing Game. Van Morrison has written a higher proportion of successful albums than any other musician of the rock generation. But, since Hymns To The Silence, his best songs have been released in the midst of weaker material. So, while it's easy to compile a best-of C90 cassette/80 min CDR from the post-HTTS solo albums - great songs, which compare with any from Morrison's 40 year output - you'd be hard-pressed to compile a follow-up selection.

Veröffentlicht am May 17, 2005.

You're Driving Me Crazy is the 39th studio album by Irish musician Van Morrison and Joey DeFrancesco. Miss Otis Regrets" (Cole Porter). Hold It Right There" (Clark Terry, William Grey, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson). All Saints Day" (Morrison). The Way Young Lovers Do" (Morrison). The Things I Used to Do" (Eddie Jones). Travellin' Light" (Trummy Young, Jimmy Mundy, Johnny Mercer). Close Enough for Jazz" (Morrison). Goldfish Bowl" (Morrison)

Celtic New Year is another locale Morrison knows well-he’s roamed the bucolic Irish countryside literally and ?guratively over the years. Whistle player Paddy Maloney of The Chieftains-the group with whom Morrison recorded the exquisite Irish Heartbeat in 1988-joins Morrison for the wistful ballad’s grand ?nale. His last album, 2003’s What’s Wrong With This Picture?, focused on Van’s jazzy side and was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Contemporary Blues Album category. On Magic Time, he’s limited himself to a few 12-bar blues numbers-with plenty of horns, Hammond organ and his own harmonica.