You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison - Into The Music (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel. Really delete this comment? Yes No. Get Your Kicks On Route A New Kind Of Man. A Sense Of Wonder. A Town Called Paradise. Ain't Nothin' You Can Do. Alabamy Bound. Alan Watts Blues. All Saints Day.

All The Bits. All Work And No Play. Allow Me. Almost Independence Day. Ancient Highway. Ancient Of Days. And the Healing Has Begun. Aryan Mist. Astral Weeks. Autumn Song. As stated before, I didn't feel the need to run over to the Kingdom Hall specifically when I first heard the song circabut it did reinforce my gut instinct that spirituality is what's happening.

I'd picked up on the same universal spirituality when I read Beat authors Kerouac and Ginsberg a few years earlier. There's Catholicism in Jack's work, but it's blended with Buddhism and Eastern thought.

Allen was Jewish at his You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison - Into The Music (Vinyl but couldn't be contained by any that or any other testament. I wonder what he knows that I don't. On the surface, it's a catchy ditty built around the phrase "takin' it further, checkin' it out" as if Van is discussing casual dating.

Which reminds me: I often use the word "meditate" as in "let me think about that for a while. I did some music business deals with him reissuing the first two PIL albums and he was reluctant to write any reflective essays to accompany the new versions.

I suggested he "meditate on it" and get back to me. He launched into a tirade of "What are you, some dumb ass hippy? What's this meditate shit? On a later call, he was being yelled at in the background by his wife Nora who demanded he get off the phone and run an errand for You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison - Into The Music (Vinyl. I thought, "Damn, even the King of Punk has to answer to a higher power. An upbeat pop song with glossy backing singers- it's so radio friendly that it was released as a single in America including a promo-only radio edit that cut it from down toCanada, the UK, New Zealand and Australia - but I believe it failed to chart anywhere.

However, Peter Mills recalls in his Morrison book that it was the first Van song that he ever knowingly heard on British radio. Like "Brown Eyed Girl" - it consummately blends bliss and nostalgia. The euphoric sentiment reminds me of Dylan's "You You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison - Into The Music (Vinyl You" from 's Planet Waves : "If this is love - then gimme more and more and more. Damn, "Venice U.

It's more prevalent in "Venice," which I don't know nearly as well. When he evocatively cries out, "And I'm cryin' That's the blue-eyed soul magic of Van the Man.

I'm now beginning to realize why I haven't spent much time with this album over the past 30 years - "Lifetimes" is as dull as dishwater. Plodding, no melody, no hooks, no memorable lyrics. That ends side one of the original album. Gurgling bubbling synthesizers were a peculiar beginning to LP Van Morrison song in Bordering on prog-rock territory for about a minute with traditional piano and organ sounds underneath while a high-pitched Van croons soulfully on top like a wannabe Barry White, "you turn me on As the tempo picks up and the repeating synth pattern increases in speed - it's more like electronic maverick Larry Fast's work on Peter Gabriel's 2nd solo album from Cue Gabriel's "On the Air.

The electric power is also generated by Bobby Tench's lead guitar playing - very much like Bobby's former boss Jeff Beck or Beck's protege Mick Ronson playing with Van on that Dutch radio broadcast. As Paul Wexler pointed out to me, this is Van's most rocking work since Them with a spectacular vocal to boot. Yet, I'm struggling to find the right verbiage to do justice to the cornerstone of this album.

It was partially inspired by Van's adolescence spent listening to the Voice of America broadcasts in Ireland. See also R.

But would he combine it with neuroscience again? Hmmm, not that I recall but I've got a few dozen albums left to explore. The second song on side two of the LP was a sprawling seven-minute epic You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison - Into The Music (Vinyl consisted of two songs blended together: "Santa Fe" cowritten with Jackie DeShannon and "Beautiful Obsession" like most of his recordings, penned just by him.

Morrison had spent time in helping DeShannon birth an album for Atlantic Records that never gelled - however, her version of "Santa Fe" emerged in as a CD bonus track for her Jackie album. Jackie's version of "Santa Fe" is lively and colorful - everything her version of Van's "Flamingos Fly" isn't. But despite her sturdy vocal and an animated arrangement with multiple horns and a prominent electric bass not unlike Jaco Pastorius on Joni Mitchell's HejiraI just don't feel this song.

Compared with Jackie's, Van's version is slower, less flashy and not nearly as busy, as it doesn't have those horns. His vocal conjures a bit of his uncommon juju, but it's not enough to sustain my interest.

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  2. "You Make Me Feel So Free" is a song written by Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and recorded on his album, Into the Music. Biographer Johnny Rogan writes about the song "It seems that the surer the singer is of his message, the clearer is his enunciation, and that he is more prone to chew on his words when he is less confident in the song itself.

  3. Song information for You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison on AllMusic. Song information for You Make Me Feel So Free - Van Morrison on AllMusic Van Morrison. Into the Music.

  4. Produced by Van Morrison for Caledonia Productions. Tracks recorded At Record Plant, Sausalito. Mixed at The Automatt, San Francisco. Mastered at A&M Records Hollywood. Direction by Bill Graham Management (Bill Graham/Nick Clainos/Mick Brigden) Mark Isham appears courtesy of Columbia Records. © Warner Bros. Records Inc.

  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Into The Music" on Discogs.

  6. Jul 21,  · Engineer, Mixed By – Mick Glossop. Guitar, Backing Vocals – Herbie Armstrong. Keyboards – Mark Jordan. Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica – Van Morrison. Legal [Lawyer] – Stan Diamond. Management [Direction] – Bill Graham .

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