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Monday, August 24, 2015

Van Morrison, Cannes, France, 1-26-1984 (FM)

This one is an exceptional FM radio broadcast, A+ sound quality.  This was rated as a top ten Van Bootleg by Van traders.  If you like Van Morrison, this one is a must have. 
Midem, Nouveau Palace De Festival
Cannes, France
FM broadcast
Disc 1:
01. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart No. 1
02. Dweller On The Threshold
03. Vanlose Stairway
04. It's All In The Game
05. She Gives Me Religion
06. Help Me
07. Beautiful Vision
08. Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
09. Bright Side Of The Road
10. Celtic Ray
Disc 2:
01. Higher Than The World
02. River Of Time
03. The Street Only Knew Your Name
04. Cry For Home
05. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
06. Cleaning Windows
07. Summertime In England
08. Full Force Gale
Van Morrison – vocals, keyboards, guitar, harmonica
Richie Buckley – saxophone, flute, vocals (Summertime In England)
Kenny Craddock – keyboards
Martin Drover – trumpet
Arty McGlynn – guitar
Jerome Rimson – bass
Terry Popple – drums
Doreen Chanter – backing vocals
Joy Yates – backing vocals


  1. Thanks for the Van, AZ Man. Looks great; can't wait. Good Wednesday to you and yours!


  2. Saw a recent Art Wolfe show that took him to your territory for some photos. His were good; yours are better. Would love to pay a visit to that part of the world one of these days.