Category Archives: Van Morrison

Performance of the Day: And It Stoned Me

Van Morrison performs a reggae-driven version of And It Stoned Me as part of an impressive fifteen song set that showcased his growing maturity as an artist in Montreux 1980. The Montreux jazz festival performance featured four of the songs … Continue reading

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Top 10 Remarkable Songs Off 10 Unremarkable Albums

Here at The Press we are counting down the top 10 remarkable songs off 10 relatively forgettable albums by any given artist, with the intention to uncover some hidden gems along the way we may have otherwise sidestepped. So enjoy … Continue reading

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Bowie’s Pin Ups

Two Hours Of ‘Original’ Songs David Bowie Covered In His Early Career. In a very special episode of Beat Orgy, RRR’s Steve Cross takes us through the original versions of the songs that David Bowie covered through his golden period … Continue reading

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Performance of the Day: Have I Told You Lately

Van Morrison and Sinéad O’Connor perform Have I Told You Lately, with the Chieftains, on Letterman 1995 with interesting results. They are accompanied by the legendary traditional Irish folk band the Chieftains, with original member Paddy Moloney present, looking intently … Continue reading

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