Van Morrison – Discography (1967 – 2017)

Van Morrison - Discography (1967 - 2017)

Van Morrison – Discography (1967 – 2017)
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Label: Various | Genre: Country Rock, R&B, Adult Contemporary

Equal parts blue-eyed soul shouter and wild-eyed poet-sorcerer, Van Morrison is among popular music’s true innovators, a restless seeker whose incantatory vocals and alchemical fusion of R&B, jazz, blues, and Celtic folk produced perhaps the most spiritually transcendent body of work in the rock & roll canon. Subject only to the whims of his own muse, his recordings cover extraordinary stylistic ground yet retain a consistency and purity virtually unmatched among his contemporaries, connected by the mythic power of his singular musical vision and his incendiary vocal delivery: spiraling repetitions of wails and whispers that bypass the confines of language to articulate emotional truths far beyond the scope of literal meaning.

George Ivan Morrison was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on August 31, 1945; his mother was a singer, while his father ardently collected classic American jazz and blues recordings. At 15, he quit school to join the local R&B band the Monarchs, touring military bases throughout Europe before returning home to form his own group, Them. Boasting a fiery, gritty sound heavily influenced by Morrison heroes like Howlin’ Wolf, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Little Walter, Them quickly earned a devout local following and in late 1964 recorded their debut single, “Don’t Start Crying Now.” The follow-up, an electrifying reading of Big Joe Williams’ “Baby Please Don’t Go,” cracked the U.K. Top Ten in early 1965. Though not a major hit upon its original release, Them’s Morrison-penned “Gloria” endures among the true classics of the rock pantheon, covered by everyone from the Doors to Patti Smith. Lineup changes plagued the band throughout its lifespan, however, and at the insistence of producer Bert Berns, over time session musicians increasingly assumed the lion’s share of recording duties. A frustrated Morrison finally left Them following a 1966 tour of the U.S., quitting the music business and returning to Belfast. ― Allmusic

1. STUDIO:

1967. Blowin’ Your Mind! (1998, Epic-Legacy, ZK 65751, USA)

1968. Astral Weeks (1990+, Warner Bros, 7599-27176-2, Germany)
1968. Astral Weeks (1990+, Warner Bros.,1768-2, USA)

1970. His Band And The Street Choir (2015, Rhino-Warner, WEB, Expanded Ed)

1970. Moondance (1990+, Warner Bros.,3103-2, USA)
1970. Moondance (1991, Warner Bros. 7599-27326-2, Germany)

1971. Tupelo Honey (1998, Polydor, 537 450 2, Germany)

1972. Saint Dominic’s Preview (1997, Polydor, 537 451 2, UK)

1973. Hard Nose The Highway (1997, Polydor, 537452-2, UK)

1974. Veedon Fleece (1997, Polydor, 537 456-2, Germany)

1977. A Period Of Transition (1997, Polydor, 53 7457-2, Germany)

1978. Wavelength (2008, Exile, 5305447, EU)

1979. Into The Music (2008, Exile, 5305454, EU)

1980. Common One (1989, Polydor, 839 600-2, France)

1982. Beautiful Vision (1990, Warner Bros., 3652-2, USA)
1982. Beautiful Vision (1998, Exile, 537 542-2, Germany)

1983. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart (2008, Exile, 5308759, EU)

1985. A Sense Of Wonder (2008, Exile, 5305448, EU)

1986. No Guru, No Method, No Teacher (2008, Exile, 5308762, EU)

1987. Poetic Champions Compose (1998, Exile, 537 547-2, UK)

1988. Irish Heartbeat (1998, Polydor, 834 496-2, Germany)

1989. Avalon Sunset (1989, Polydor, 839 262-2, USA)
1989. Avalon Sunset (2008, Exile, 5305449, EU)

1990. Enlightenment (1990, Polydor, 847 100-2, UK)
1990. Enlightenment (2008, Exile, 5308763, EU)

1991. Hymns To The Silence (1991, Polydor, 849 026-2, UK, 2CD)

1993. Too Long In Exile (1993, Exile-Polydor, 519 219-2, UK)

1995. Days Like This (1995, Exile, 527 307-2, UK)

1995. How Long Has This Been Going On (1995, Verve, 314 529 136-2, USA)

1996. Tell Me Something. The Songs of Mose Allisong (1996, Exilem 533 203-2, Germany)

1997. The Healing Game (2008, Exile, 5308757, EU)

1999. Back On Top (2008, Exile, 5305453, EU)

2000. You Win Again (2000, Exile, 7243 8 50258 2 2, EU)

2002. Down The Road (2002, Exile, 589 661-2, EU)

2003. What’s Wrong With This Picture? (2003, Blue Note, 7243 5 93651 2 1, EU)

2005. Magic Time (2005, Exile, 9871528, EU)

2006. Pay The Devil (2006, Exile-Polydor, 9877006, EU)

2008. Keep It Simple (2008, Exile, 1763078, EU)

2012. Born To Sing. No Plan B (2012, Exile, 509996 23491 2 3, EU)

2015. Duets. Re-Working The Catalogue (2015, RCA, 88875-06844-2, USA)

2016. Keep Me Singing (2016, Caroline, 5703574, EU)

2017. Roll With The Punches (2017, Caroline, 5703574, EU)

2017. Versatile (2017, Caroline, WEB)

 
2. LIVE:

1974. It’s Too Late To Stop Now (2008, Exile, 5305455, EU, 2CD)
1974. It’s Too Late To Stop Now (2008, Universal, UICY-93434~5, Japan 2CD, SHM-CD)

1984. Live At The Grand Opera House Belfast (1998, Exile, 537 544-2, UK)

1992. This Is Van Morrison (1992, Traditional Line, TL1318, Germany)

1994. A Night In San Francisco (2008, Exile, 5308921, EU, 2CD)

2000. The Skiffle Sessions. Live In Belfast (2000, Exile, 7243 8 48307 2 4, EU)

 
3. COMPILATION:

1988. The Philosopher’s Stone (1998, Exile, 531 789-2, UK, 2CD)

1990. The Best Of Van Morrison Volume 1 (1998, Exile, 559 440-2, Austria)

1993. The Best Of Van Morrison Volume 2 (1993, Polydor, 517 760-2, UK)

2007. At The Movies (2007, EMI, 00946 3 84224 2 6, Thailand)

2007. The Best Of Van Morrison Volume 3 (2007, EMI, 0946 378968 2 2, EU, 2CD)

2015. The Essential (2015, Legacy, 88875141712, EU, 2CD)
 

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