15 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bolstered by ace jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, Van Morrison spends part of his second jazz album in a row bringing a new shine to tunes from all across his career, like a jumping soul-jazz version of "Have I Told You Lately?" and a freewheeling, bop-infused update of "The Way Young Lovers Do." But Van proves equally adept at standards—when he burns through a broad range of emotions, growling and gliding across the Cole Porter-penned "Miss Otis Regrets," for instance, it's immediately apparent how much vocal genius is under his hood.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bolstered by ace jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, Van Morrison spends part of his second jazz album in a row bringing a new shine to tunes from all across his career, like a jumping soul-jazz version of "Have I Told You Lately?" and a freewheeling, bop-infused update of "The Way Young Lovers Do." But Van proves equally adept at standards—when he burns through a broad range of emotions, growling and gliding across the Cole Porter-penned "Miss Otis Regrets," for instance, it's immediately apparent how much vocal genius is under his hood.

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