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Moondance

Van Morrison

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1
And It Stoned Me
Van Morrison
4:30
2
Moondance
Van Morrison
4:35
3
Crazy Love
Van Morrison
2:34
4
Caravan
Van Morrison
4:57
5
Into the Mystic
Van Morrison
3:25
6
Come Running
Van Morrison
2:30
7
These Dreams of You
Van Morrison
3:50
8
Brand New Day
Van Morrison
5:09
9
Everyone
Van Morrison
3:31
10
Glad Tidings
Van Morrison
3:13
Total Playing Time    38:14
Moondance is the third studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. It was released on 27 February 1970 by Warner Bros. Records. After the commercial failure of his first Warner Bros. album Astral Weeks (1968), Morrison moved to upstate New York with his wife and began writing songs for Moondance. There, he met the musicians that would record the album with him at New York City's A & R Studios in August and September 1969.

The album found Morrison abandoning the abstract folk jazz compositions of Astral Weeks in favor of more formally composed songs, which he wrote and produced entirely himself. Its lively rhythm and blues/rock music was the style he would become most known for in his career. The music incorporated soul, jazz, pop, and Irish folk sounds into songs about finding spiritual renewal and redemption in worldly matters such as nature, music, romantic love, and self-affirmation.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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