Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Bootleg: Van Morrison - Landgraaf, Netherlands (06/04/00)

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Van Morrison
Pinkpop
June 4 1990
Landgraaf, Netherlands
Audience DVD audio rip


Download MP3@320: The Midnight Cafe


01 Gloria
02 Full Force Gale
03 Star Of The County Down
04 Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
05 Domino
06 Jackie Wilson Said
07 Baby Please Don’t Go
08 Here Comes The Night
09 Did Ye Get Healed
10 Just Like A Woman
11 Vanlose Stairway > Trans-Euro Train
12 Orangefield
13 Tore Down A La Rimbaud
14 Have I Told You Lately
15 Moondance > Fever
16 Bright Side Of The Road
Total Time 1:01:12

Bootleg: Van Morrison - Montreux, Switzerland (07/11/90)

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Van Morrison
Montreux Jazz Festival
Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland
July 11 1990

Download: FLAC/MP3

Swingin' Pig Records: Luxembourg (TSP-CD-081)
Lineage (dbetree):
SBD 3rd GEN Maxell XLII 90>WAV>CDWAV>CDR
My Lineage:
CDR(1)>EAC(secure)>FLAC

1.Yeh Yeh
2.Did Ye Get Healed
3.Its All In The Game
4.Here Comes The Night
5.Baby Please Don't Go
6.Domino
7.Jackie Wilson Said
8.Sweet Thing
9.Star Of The County Down
10.Northern Muse / When Heart Is Open
11.Whenever God Shines His Light
12.Summertime In England
13.Caravan
14.In The Garden

Liner Notes: Recorded Live in Montreux, Switzerland, July 1990, featuring special guest Georgie Fame.

From Van Morrison website:
Review from Russell Parkinson:
Also booted on Down by Avalon. Live in Montreux has Georgie Fame singing "Yeh Yeh" while Down by Avalon doesn't. The sound quality is very good soundboard/FM.
The show opens with Georgie Fame doing an excellent "Yeh Yeh". Van comes on and does "Did Ye Get Healed" and then "Its All in the Game". Both pretty similar to the Night in San Francisco CD but a bit longer and not so rushed. Van throws in a very short part of "I'm Ready" into "Its All in the Game". This was one of the tracks omitted from The Philosophers Stone.
Next Van launches into a lively "Here Comes the Night" followed by "Baby Please Don't Go". The band is hot and Georgie's back up singing is great. It sounds like everyone was on this night. "Domino" is great and runs nicely into "Midnight Hour". This is one of the best "Domino"s I've heard. Although not as frantic as the Pacific High version, the inclusion of "Midnight Hour" adds something special. A joyous "Jackie Wilson Said" is next and it sounds like Van and the band are having a great time.
What follows must have stunned the audience. With Steve Gregory on flute Van sings a glorious "Sweet Thing". A lot slower than previous live versions this song floats along and then seams nicely into "Astral Weeks" before returning back to "Sweet Thing". The song finishes with a little mantra that I think comes from the Common One album.
Like me many van fans probably thought van had to be in some sort of mystical muse to sing and perform like this, but as easily as he swung from "Jackie Wilson Said" to "Sweet Thing", he swings back to perform a laughing bouncy "Star of the County Down". Its almost like "Sweet Thing" didn't happen, or maybe the man can just turn it on at will.
After "Star of the County Down" a slower "Northern Muse" starts. This then changes to "Auld Lang Syne", "No Prima Donna" and finishes with "When Heart is Open". Great stuff. "Whenever God Shine His Light" is certainly not one of my Van favorites but this version really goes. It bounces along, has bits of "Take Me Back" and finishes with "Spirit", which is probably appropriate. And I could swear that van changes ""when you've given up hope..." to "when you've given up POPE."
"Summertime in England" is awesome. At 13 minutes its one of the longer versions around. It is very similar to the Pagan Streams version but is seamless and doesn't have the chatter. Van adds "A Town Called Paradise", "Take Me Back" and "Boogie Woogie Country Girl" to the formula. "Caravan" is the first encore. It's a fine version with Van lecturing on the benefits of Bovril and Horlicks. The show ends with a lovely "In The Garden". No fancy stuff here, just a fine version to end a great show.
RATING: Essential, awesome, flawless. Quite possibly the best boot there is.

Bootleg: Van Morrison - London, England (11/13/90)

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Van Morrison
11/13/90
Wembley Arena
London, England

Download MP3@224: The Midnight Cafe

Did Ye Get Healed Moondance
Jackie Wilson Said
Cleaning Windows
Tore Down A La Rimbaud
It Fills You Up
Help Me
Bulbs
Hard Nose The Highway
Days Before Rock N' Roll
Daring Night
Just Like A Woman
Domino
 Caravan
Vanlose Stairway
Youth Of 1000 Summers
Avalon Of The Heart
Whenever God Shines His Light
Northern Muse (Solid Ground)/Auld Lang Syne
Summertime In England
Tom Dooley (LD)
Pick A Bale Of Cotton (LD)
Grand Coulee Dam (LD)
Worried Man > Down By The Riverside (LD)
Lost John (LD)
Gloria
It's All Over Now Baby Blue
In The Garden
Send In The Clowns
Enlightenment
See Me Through
Joyous Sound
Full Force Gale 

Surprise Guest Lonnie Donegan

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Bootleg: Van Morrison - Reno, NV (09/27/98)

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Van Morrison
09/27/98
Reno Hilton Ampitheater
Reno, NV
Download MP3@224: Mediafire

Rough God Goes Riding
Cleaning Windows
Fire In The Belly
Jackie Wilson Said
Whenever God Shines His Light
In The Afternoon
Moondance/My Funny Valentine
Satisfied/Organ Grinder Jam
Send In The Clowns
Tupelo Honey/Crazy Love
Vanlose Stairway
Summertime In England
Cypress Avenue