Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Tape Tree Vol. 8: A Big Hand for the Reverend Fame (1989-1991)

van morrison - tape tree 8

Van Morrison
Tape Tree Volume 8:
A Big Hand For The Reverend Fame
 (1989-1991)

Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Side 1

These Are The Days
Gloria/Smokestack Lightning
She Moved Through The Fair
Listen To The Lion
Help Me
Boom Boom
Wonderful Remark
Into The Mystic
Jackie Wilson Said

Side 2
Sweet Thing
Summertime In England
Caravan
Send In The Clowns
Bulbs
In The Days Before Rock’n’Roll

Sources:

Side 1, tracks 1-3:
Point Depot, Dublin 18-Dec-89
Side 1, track 4:
Barbicon Theatre, London 19-Feb-90 (with Danish Radio Big Band)
Side 1, track 5:
Beacon Theatre New York 27-Nov-89
Side 1, track 6:
Greek Theatre Berkeley 15-Apr-90 (with John Lee Hooker)
Side 1, tracks 7-8:
Colosseo Teatro, Torino, Italy 22-Jan-90
Side 1, track 9:
Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland 11-Jul-90
also on Down By Avalon and others
Side 2, track 1:
Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland 11-Jul-90
also on Down By Avalon and others
Side 2, tracks 2-4:
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, Holland 01-Apr-91
also on Pagan Streams
Side 2, tracks 5-6:
Point Depot (late set), Dublin 21-Dec-90 (track 6 with Paul Durcan)

2 thoughts on “Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Tape Tree Vol. 8: A Big Hand for the Reverend Fame (1989-1991)

  1. Interesting, no Glastonbury tracks (91 highlights are available in FM, ’89 only as AUD, was a good gig though I was there at the front) and only one track with the Danish Radio Band fron Van’s guest slot . Mind you that is the first time i’ve seen any of ’em anywhere other than on my own FM master.

    Nice compilation anyway and trax with John Lee always help in that regard

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