Live At Stockholm Jazz Festival
Stora Scenen, Skeppsholmen, Stockholm
July 19th, 2008
Download FLAC: Mediafire
Out of respect for FreeMorrison I will not be posting this in MP3 format.
Another soundboard collection featuring all but two songs from Van Morrison’s appearance at the Stockholm Jazz Festival (25th Edition).
This recording runs for 80 minutes and features “Fame”, “All Work And No Play”, “Saint James Infirmary”, “Keep It Simple”, “That’s Entrainment”, “Vanlose Stairway”, “Fire In The Belly”, “In The Afternoon > Raincheck”, “Help Me”, “Comfortably Numb”, “Rough God Goes Riding”, “Behind The Ritual”, “Burning Ground”, “And The Healing Has Begun” & “Gloria”.
Captured from an internet audio stream (96 Kbit/s) from Sveriges Radio P2 website, these recordings have been carefully and skilfully compiled and edited to produce a seamless recording.
[missing] This Love Of Mine
[missing] Magic Time
01 Introduction > Fame
02 All Work And No Play
03 Saint James Infirmary
04 Keep It Simple
05 That’s Entrainment
06 Vanlose Stairway
07 Fire In The Belly
08 In The Afternoon > Raincheck
09 Help Me
10 Comfortably Numb
11 Rough God Goes Riding
12 Behind The Ritual
13 Burning Ground
14 And The Healing Has Begun
The Van Morrison Band:
Sarah Jory, steel guitar
John Platania, guitar
Paul Moore, bass
Paul Moran, keyboards, trumpet
Tony Fitzgibbon, fiddle
Bobby Ruggiero, percussions
Neil Wilkinson, drums
Katie Kissoon, background vocals
Vanessa Haynes, background vocals
Notes :The FLAC files are uploaded exactly as received.The exact lineage is unknown.
Despite the nature of the original source,,,,,,,,,,,,,
It is good to have another excellent sounding Sound Board Recording of a Van Morrison Concert.
There is a FM broadcast recording that circulates but that is also missing:
“This Love Of Mine” and “Magic Time” and “Gloria”.
(Which is included here: “G.L.O.R.I.A. – Gloria, sing it everyday now”)
Notes From FreeMorrison:
This is one incredible show, the sound clarity is just a stunner!
It is one that I have gone to many times in the past when creating new compilations,
because of the excellent set list and as mentioned the awesome sound clarity, Much Respect to the Taper,
and my brillaint friend BTR for informing me about this new SBD several years ago.
Thanks BTR, this one has always remained a favorite that just can’t be topped.
Original Arts, FFP’s, MD5 and auCDtect Flac Reports included, all originals. As this is an incredible internet audio capture, some files did report MPEG source as they should have.