Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Scott S., Aug 12, 2018.
For me, it's this one.
For me: You Don't Pull No Punches, But You Don't Push the River
For me, it is Madame George.
All Glory to:
I’m not really a Van Morrison fan, but I’ve always enjoyed “And It Stoned Me.”
Gotta go with "Moondance."
that's a really hard one for me ....
Cry for home
Bright side of the road
into the mystic
that's as much of a pruning shear i have
"Tupelo Honey" or "Into the Mystic." I think.
Probably Astral Weeks, Madame George, Listen to the Lion, or And It Stoned Me.
So many great ones, for me its probably between Tupelo Honey, Into The Mystic, and Madame George
Impossible to choose but I’ll give a few choice cuts.
Into The Mystic
Listen to the Lion
St. Dominic’s Preview
Summertime In England
In The Garden
And the Healing Has Begun
Given his immense back catalogue, this should be a toughie but the second I started to think about it, that ‘Down the Cyprus Avenue...’ lyric had lodged itself in my mind as an earworm. Madam George: not only Van’s best song, but one of three or four of the greatest songs ever.
What is Shakespeare's greatest play?
Caravan. Especially this one:
Romeo and the Brown-Eyed Girl ...
Yes, those 2 for me. Tupelo would probably just take the vote for me. Love that song, but Mystic very close behind.
I'll need time to think about this, but I just heard Wavelength on the radio not long ago.
Not the best, it's got some dated instrumentation, but not too badly over done, and it was great to hear.
And since someone mentioned Domino, I think Jackie Wilson Said is similar and equally good.
Brown Eyed Girl, of course.
I think "Into the Mystic" is the only one that has remained in my top five favorites of his from the first time I heard it. Not necessarily my favorite at any given time, but my most enduring favorite.
Linden Arden Stole The Highlights
Who Was That Masked Man?
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