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Van Morrison - Fridays Child Mp3
Performer: Van Morrison
Title: Fridays Child
Year 1999
Label Not On Label (Van Morrison)
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 591
MP3 size: 1244 mb
FLAC size: 1307 mb
WMA size: 1021 mb
Record From: 2 × CDr, Unofficial Release

Van Morrison - Fridays Child Mp3


1Mystic Eyes
3Sad Eyes
4Call Me Up In Dream Land
5Tupelo Honey
6Cypress Avenue
7Wild Night
8Into The Mystic
9Blue Money
10Hey Girl
11If You & I Could Be As One
14Flamingos Fly
15Friday's Child
17Dead Or Alive
18Bring It On Home
19Hound Dog
20Just Like A Woman
21Moonshine Whiskey
22Buena Sera Senorita
23I've Been Working
24One More Time
26These Dreams Of You


CDR-only release. CDR face has a white stick-on CDR label with title and disc number printed in black.

Disc 1 + disc 2 tracks 1-4 recorded live on September 5, 1971 at Pacific High Studios, San Francisco, California; KSAN-FM radio broadcast.
Disc 2 tracks 5-9 from Rock City TV ; actually April 1973 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California; TV broadcast.
Disc 2 tracks 10-15 from Deventer, Holland 1967; actually March 9, 1967 BuitenSocieteit, Deventer, Overijssel, The Netherlands with The Blizzards.
Disc 2 track 16 recorded March 10, 1967 Dierenpark Wassenaar (zoo), Wassenaar, The Netherlands.

Liner notes:
One of the most desirable Van Morrison concerts to collectors is the live in studio performance from Pacific High Records in late 1971. Besides a representative selection of his first three solo albums, the concert featured a number of performances not to be found anywhere else. Van delved deep into his blues background for the swinging "Dead Or Alive", and the plaintive "Friday's Child" as well as the Elvis cover that started it all: "You Ain't Nothing But A Hound Dog". Particularly amusing is the way this faithful homage starts with the introduction of Doris Day's "Que Sera"! The highlight of this set has to be the drop-dead beautiful version of Bob Dylan's "Just Like A Woman" which wrings out the gut-wrenching intensity the song has always implied. Capped off with the blues standard "Bring It On Home To Me" and the Italian ditty "Buena Sora", this concert was one for the ages.

Rounding out the package are a 1978 appearance most notable for the gorgeous performance of "Flamingos Fly", a version much different and better than the studio take he would release five years later. This one of a kind version was worth the price of admission. Finally we present the earliest preserved performance of Van on his own after the breakup of Them.