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Playlist: The Very Best of Van Morrison features 14 tracks defined on the back jacket as "the life-changing songs, the out-of-print tracks, the hits, the fan favorites everyone loves, and the songs that make the artists who they are." Listeners looking for a semi-comprehensive selection of the highly prolific Irish singer/songwriter's music will find this collection of tracks from his 1967 solo debut Blowin' Your Mind! and 1968 follow-up Astral Weeks enjoyable, although both records (Astral Weeks in particular is a classic) are great on their own.

Biography

Born: 31 August 1945 in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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