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Van Morrison

Van Morrison (born August 31, 1945) is an Irish singer-songwriter and saxophonist who played in a succession of groups in the mid-1960s before embarking on successful solo career

Having listened to blues, country and gospel early in life, he was a travelling musician at 13, singing, playing guitar and sax, in several bands, before forming Them in 1964.

One of his first solo hits ‘Brown Eyed Girl’ was released in 1967 and became one of Van Morrison’s most popular tunes.

The list of awards and accolades Van Morrison has achieved is impressive and include a knighthood, Brit, OBE, Ivor Novello, Grammys, honorary University doctorates and entry into The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.

In 2015 Van Morrison released his 35th studio album ‘Duets: Re-working The Catalogue’ which featured singers such as Bobby Womack, Gregory Porter, Mavis Staples and Michael Bublé.

 

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Van  Morrison Backing Tracks

And It Stoned Me …   Baby Please Don’t Go …   Bright Side Of The Road …   Brown Eyed Girl …   Caravan …   Crazy Love …   Days Like These …   Domino …   Fire …  Gloria …   Good Morning Little School Girl …   Have I Told You Lately …   Here Comes The Night …   Into The Mystic …  Jackie Wilson Said …   Midnight Special …   Moondance …   One Irish Rover …   Precious Time …   Real Real Gone …  Someone Like You …   These Are The Days …   Tupelo Honey …   Warm Love …   Wasted Years …   Wavelength …   Wild Night …   Sometimes We Cry …

 

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