Baby Please Dont Go - Thin Lizzy - BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert (CD, Album)

Nugent initially gained fame as the lead guitarist of The Amboy Dukes before embarking on a solo career. His hits, mostly coming in the s, such as "Stranglehold", "Cat Scratch Fever", "Wango Tango", and "Great White Buffalo", as well as his '60s Amboy Dukes hit "Journey to the Center of the Mind", remain popular today, and are played semi-often on classic rock and less frequently active rock radio stations.

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Forgot your password? Retrieve it. Get promoted. Powered by OnRad. Think you know music? Test your MusicIQ here! Geraint Watkins, known by many as Van Morrison 's keyboard ace and producer of Tres Chicas turns in a killer lead vocal on "Saturday Night" and "Chicken Shack Boogie," not bad for a guy who everybody thought couldn't sing.

Ray Cooper, percussionist to the stars -- and some regular blokes, too -- sings his skinny ass off on Lee Dorsey 's nugget "Can You Hear Me?. The horn section of Steve Gregory and Willie Garnet add heft and weight to this entire orgy of rock and rhythm. These cats push the proceedings into the red, with splattering hi hat work and popping snares.

With Wyman manning the bass with finger-popping groove and grit, guests in the chair were utterly unnecessary. Lyrics from all the songs are used and so are themes; it's a seamless, wooly monster. The remastering job is terrific and if ever there were a record to take the roots sound and make it fun again, this is it.

The second live disc is even rawer, more immediate, and less precise -- thank God. Wyman handles the vocal chores with a slightly different conglomeration including Fairweather Low, guitarist Terry Taylor Tucky BuzzardProcol Harum keyboard boss Gary Brookerand drummer Graham Broadalong with a quartet of female backing vocalists that include Maggie Ryder and Miriam Stockley.

This stripped-down group, less than well-rehearsed and playing in front of a loutish Swedish audience, burns through a series of cuts including "High School Confidential," "Tear It Up," "Baby Please Don't Go" with an absolutely nuts harmonica solo by Jimmy Hendersonand a couple long medleys that should've been crowd pleasers no matter where they were played. The disc ends with a completely crazy read of "Land of a Thousand Dances.

It's a small complaint, though; truth be told, sometimes only something this raucous will do. Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings are deeply indebted to the musicians gathered here, and still play the arrangements of this material as performed by Willie and the Poor Boys. Singing from lower in the belly allows my resonance to carry far.

I can stand four feet from a mic and be heard quite resonantly. Morrison has written hundreds of songs [] [] during his career with a recurring theme reflecting a nostalgic yearning for the carefree days of his childhood in Belfast.

Also frequently present in Morrison's best love songs is a blending of the sacred-profane as evidenced in " Into the Mystic " and "So Quiet in Here". Beginning with his album, Into the Music and the song " And the Healing Has Begun ", a frequent theme of his music and lyrics has been based on his belief in the healing power of music combined with a form of mystic Christianity. This theme has become Album) of the predominant qualities of his work.

His lyrics show an influence of the visionary poets William Blake and W. Indeed, Morrison is returning poetry to its earliest roots — as in Homer or Old English epics like Beowulf or the Psalms or folk song — in all of which words and music combine to form a new reality. The words may often be prosaic, and so can hardly be poetry. Morrison has described his songwriting method by remarking that: "I write from a different place. I do not even know what it is called or if it has a name.

It just comes and I sculpt it, but it is also a lot of hard work doing the sculpting. Van Morrison is interested, obsessed with how much musical or verbal information he can compress into a small space, and, almost, conversely, how far he can spread one note, word, sound, or picture. To capture one moment, be it a caress or a twitch. He repeats certain phrases to extremes that from anybody else would seem ridiculous, because he's waiting for a Album) to unfold, trying as unobtrusively as possible to nudge it along It's the great search, fuelled by the belief that through these musical and mental processes illumination is attainable.

Or may at least be glimpsed. Alone among rock's great figures—and even in that company he is one of the greatest—Morrison is adamantly inward. And unique. His spiritually-themed style of music first came into full expression with Astral Weeks in and he was noted to have remained a "master of his transcendental craft" in while performing the Astral Weeks songs live.

His live performances are dependent on building dynamics with spontaneity between himself and his band, whom he controls with hand gestures throughout, Baby Please Dont Go - Thin Lizzy - BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert (CD signalling impromptu solos from a selected band member.

The music and vocals build towards a hypnotic and trance-like state that depends on in-the-moment creativity. Scott Foundas with LA Weekly wrote "he seeks to transcend the apparent boundaries of any given song; to achieve a total freedom of form; to take himself, his band and the audience on a journey whose destination is anything but known.

In these moments, the self is left behind, and the sound, that "yarragh," becomes the active agent: a musical person, with its own mind, its own body. Morrison has said he believes in the jazz improvisational technique of never performing a song the same way twice and except for the unique rendition of the Astral Weeks songs live, doesn't perform a concert from a preconceived set list. If anything, I aim to take myself there in my music.

If the listener catches the wavelength of what I am saying or singing, or gets whatever point whatever line means to them, then I guess as a writer I may have done a day's work. Over the years he has recorded songs from a varying list of genres drawn from many influences and interests. Morrison's music has been described by music journalist Alan Light as "Celtic soul", [9] or what biographer Brian Hinton referred to as a new alchemy called "Caledonian soul.

Yorke said Morrison "discovered several years after he first began composing music that some of his songs lent themselves to a unique major modal scale without sevenths which of course Baby Please Dont Go - Thin Lizzy - BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert (CD the same scale as that used by bagpipe players and old Irish and Scottish folk music. The name " Caledonia " has played a prominent role in Morrison's life and career. Biographer Ritchie Yorke had pointed out already by that Morrison has referred to Caledonia so many times in his career that he "seems to be obsessed with the word".

Morrison's influence can readily be heard in the music of a diverse array of major artists. Echoes of Morrison's rugged literateness and his gruff, feverish emotive vocals can be heard in latter day icons ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Elvis Costello ". Morrison's influence on a younger generation of singer-songwriters is pervasive. The list of such singer-songwriters influenced by Morrison includes Irish singer Damien Ricewho has been described as on his way to becoming the "natural heir to Van Morrison"; [] Ray Lamontagne ; [] James Morrison ; [] [] Paolo Nutini ; [] Eric Lindell [] David Gray and Ed Sheeran [] are also several of the younger artists influenced by Morrison.

Glen Hansard of the Irish rock band the Frames who lists Van Morrison as being part of his holy trinity with Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen commonly covers his songs in concert. Morrison has typically been supportive of other artists, often willingly sharing the stage with them during his concerts.

Morrison was the first living inductee not to attend his own ceremony[] [] — Robbie Robertson from the Band accepted the award on his behalf. Ray Charles presented the award, following a performance during which the pair performed Morrison's " Crazy Love " from the album, Moondance. Morrison received two civil awards in he was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services to music, [] and was also recognized with an award from the French government which made him an Officier de l' Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

Morrison has been announced as of the honorees listed in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In Augustit was announced that Morrison would receive the Freedom of Belfastthe highest honour the city can bestow. After receiving the award, he performed a free concert for residents who won tickets from a lottery system.

It is a self-guided trail, which over the course of 3. Morrison was chosen to be honoured by Michael Dorf at his annual charity concert at Carnegie Hall. Morrison lived in Belfast from birth untilwhen he moved to London with the rock group Them.

Facing deportation due to visa problems, he managed to stay in the US when his American girlfriend Janet Planet Rigsbee, who had a son named Peter from a previous relationship, [] agreed to marry him. The couple had one daughter inShana Morrisonwho has become a singer-songwriter.

His wife appeared on the cover of the album Tupelo Honey. They divorced in The case was taken to court inwith the initial rulings going against Morrison.

Morrison met Irish socialite Michelle Rocca in the summer ofand they often featured in the Dublin gossip columns, an unusual event for the reclusive Morrison. Rocca also appeared on one of his album covers, Days Like This. In DecemberMorrison's tour manager Gigi Lee gave birth to a son, who she asserted was Morrison's and named after him.

Lee announced the birth of the child on Morrison's official website but Morrison denied paternity. Lee's son died in January from complications of diabetes and Lee died soon after from throat cancer in October Morrison's father died inand his mother Violet died in Morrison and his family have been affiliated with St Donard's Parish Church, an Anglican congregation of the Church of Ireland located in east Belfast.

Ron Hubbard in one of his songs. Later, he became wary of religion, saying: "I wouldn't touch it with a foot pole. But it generally means an organisation, so I don't really like to use the word, because that's what it really means.

It really means this church or that church Morrison left Northern Ireland before The Troubles started and distanced himself from the conflict, although later "yearned for" Protestant and Catholic reconciliation. I don't think I want to go back to Belfast. I don't miss it with all the prejudice around. We're all the same and I think it's terrible what's happening. But I'd like to get a house in Ireland I'd like to spend a few months there every year.

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Morrison's garage rock classic was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in As described by Paul Williams : "Van Morrison's voice a fierce beacon in the darkness, the lighthouse at the end of the world. Resulting in one of the most perfect rock anthems known to humankind. Brown Eyed Girl. Morrison's classic hit single which appeared on the album Blowin' Your Mind! Init was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Main article: Astral Weeks. Astral Weeks. The title song featuring the opening lines of the album: "If I ventured in the slipstream between the viaducts of your dream".

Morrison sings the opening lines in falsetto and synthesisers mimic the sounds of the short wave radio stations that he listened to as a boy.

Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl. The titled song, "Astral Weeks I Believe I've Transcended " with the opening lines: "If I ventured in the slipstream between the viaducts of your dream" shows "a deeper, louder roar than the blue-eyed soul voice of his youth — softer on the diction — but none the less impressively powerful.

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