His Band And The Street Choir

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The dark night of the soul that culminated in 'Astral Weeks' found its counterpart in Morrison's next two albums, the seminal 'Moondance' and its subsequent sister, 'His Band and the Street Choir'. Both released in 1970, these latter two albums defined the folk / soul / blues amalgam that would prove to be the foundation of Morrison's music. The tunes here are among the most soulful in Morrison's repertoire. The classic opener 'Domino' finds him wailing over a punchy horn section and insistent, percolating rhythms, setting the tone for the rest of the album.


Domino
Crazy Face
Give Me A Kiss
I've Been Working
Call Me Up In Dreamland
I'll Be Your Lover
Too
Blue Money
Virgo Clowns
Gypsy Queen
Sweet Jannie
If I Ever Needed Someone
Street Choir
Format: LP
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Catalogue numbers: 8122-79906-9

Companies:
Published By-Van-Jan Music
Copyright (c)-Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Record Company-Warner Music Group
Produced For-Inherit Productions
Mastered At-Record Technology Incorporated
Lacquer Cut At-AcousTech Mastering
Pressed By-Optimal Media Production

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-081227950385
Matrix / Runout-R1-1884A 1802-A [email protected] 17779.1(3)... B964313-01 A₁
Matrix / Runout-1802-B [email protected] 17779.2(3)... B964313-01 B₁
Rights Society-ASCAP
Label Code-LC02982
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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