10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few albums define an era like Moondance, a 1970 release that brings together several of our all-time favorite Van Morrison tracks. The opener, “And It Stoned Me,” simmers with the swaggering soul inflection that runs through most of the album. But the fusion of jazz, folk, R&B, and Irish mysticism is a stylistic playground for the volcanic vocalist. He’s clearly having a blast—whether he's gliding through the Sinatra-esque title track or belting out a full-throated command to “turn it up…the radio” on “Caravan.” 

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Few albums define an era like Moondance, a 1970 release that brings together several of our all-time favorite Van Morrison tracks. The opener, “And It Stoned Me,” simmers with the swaggering soul inflection that runs through most of the album. But the fusion of jazz, folk, R&B, and Irish mysticism is a stylistic playground for the volcanic vocalist. He’s clearly having a blast—whether he's gliding through the Sinatra-esque title track or belting out a full-throated command to “turn it up…the radio” on “Caravan.” 

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Wreck 'n Ball ,

A Legend at the Height of his Game!

Dude was taking LOOOOONG strides in February of 1970!!! Still waiting for the 'Tupelo Honey' LP release on iTunes?! Talk about yer 'Everything But the Kitchen Sink!'

uberstank57 ,

Great

This is the album we (baby boomers) put on to seduce the girls that often became our wives and subsequently the mothers of all you Gen-X'ers and Millennials. Great, great album.

Calle_Betis ,

One of my all-time faves

I love this album. I first purchased it in the 80's on vinyl. Then as a cassette and then as a CD..twice. I now have it in I-tunes. Cant go wrong with VanMorrison.

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