Van Morrison

Three Chords and the Truth (Caroline)

At 74, Van Morrison is in a particularly prolific period, with this 41st studio album, his sixth in the last four years. Late-period Morrison is surprisingly good, particularly given much of the mid-career meandering that saw God shining his MOR light on the Belfast Cowboy during the 1980s and 1990s. From the strident March Winds In February, which could fit neatly on any of his 1970s classics,...

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