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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Van Morrison. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Van Morrison, often where they are interviewed.

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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Van Morrison. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Van Morrison, often where they are interviewed.

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Saltamontes - MYSTIC EYES: Van Morrison, Stack Waddy y Tom Petty - 15/01/21

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Como en otras ocasiones, abrimos hoy Saltamontes con "Take the 'A' train", en la versión del trío del vibrafonista Johnny Lytle y también en la del trío vocal femenino Girls From Mars. Elena Ley y Miguel talavera vuelven hoy al programa para dejarnos dos canciones de su 'Americana stories". Escuchamos al pianista neoyorquino Mitch Woods, primero junto a Ruthie Foster y también con Taj Mahal y Van Morrison. Precisamente, Morrison es el autor del célebre "Mystic eyes", con los que llegamos al final del programa escuchando las versiones de los Them, de los también británicos Stack Waddy y, por último, de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, en directo.


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Jan 15 2021 · 59mins
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308 Van Morrison - Its Too Late to Stop Now

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Van the man is back, baaaaaaaaabbbbbbbbyyyy!
Holy shit, this double live record hit us like a side of beef.
Its not the stuffed with cocaine, turkey, and slathered in gravy Van of a few year later but Van at the very top of his game.

An absolute MUST LISTEN and simply one of the best live performances ever put put to wax.

Lets talk Van Morrison, Its Too Late to Stop Now!

Jan 14 2021 · 22mins

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Rock's Backpages Ep.91: John Simon on Janis Joplin + The Band + Van Morrison + Lillian Roxon

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In the new episode of the Rock's Backpages Podcast, we welcome legendary producer, piano player and songwriter John Simon, beamed in from his winter retreat in the Florida Keys. Mere hours before the shocking assault on D.C.'s Capitol building, John reminisces wittily and insightfully about working with The Band, Janis Joplin, Taj Mahal & Bobby Charles — and about his trenchant musical memoir Truth, Lies & Hearsay. He also joins us as we listen to his sometime fellow Woodstocker Van Morrison talking in 1979 about the classic Astral Weeks. Van/Band fanboys Barney, Mark & Martin ask John about The Last Waltz, for which he served as musical director.

The Joplin connection leads to discussion of famed writer and encyclopaedist Lillian Roxon, the pioneering Australian who became a den mother at NYC's Max's Kansas City in the late '60s — and whose Janis obit is one of her featured pieces on our new home page. The RBP team also pays homage to departed stars Gerry Marsden, Geoff Stephens and masked hip hop maverick MF DOOM. Mark and Jasper wrap matters up with remarks on recent RBP library additions, including pieces about Siouxsie & the Banshees, Bruce Springsteen and his pre-E Street band Steel Mill and "Welsh Wu Tang" Goldie Lookin Chain.

Many thanks to special guest John Simon; please visit his website at johnsimonmusic.net for information about his book Truth, Lies & Hearsay and much else besides.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Pieces discussed: John Simon, The Band, Janis Joplin, Van Morrison, Lillian Roxon on Janis, Merseybeat, Gerry Marsden, Winchester Cathedral, MF DOOM, Nor-Cal Folk-Rock Festival, Paul McCartney, Ska Jump, Kenickie, Divine Comedy, Billy Fury, Reggae in the USA, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Radiohead and Goldie Lookin Chain.

Jan 12 2021 · 1hr 22mins
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E91: John Simon on Janis Joplin + The Band + Van Morrison + Lillian Roxon

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In the new episode of the Rock's Backpages Podcast, we welcome legendary producer, piano player and songwriter John Simon, beamed in from his winter retreat in the Florida Keys. Mere hours before the shocking assault on D.C.'s Capitol building, John reminisces wittily and insightfully about working with The Band, Janis Joplin, Taj Mahal & Bobby Charles — and about his trenchant musical memoir Truth, Lies & Hearsay. He also joins us as we listen to his sometime fellow Woodstocker Van Morrison talking in 1979 about the classic Astral Weeks. Van/Band fanboys Barney, Mark & Martin ask John about The Last Waltz, for which he served as musical director.

The Joplin connection leads to discussion of famed writer and encyclopaedist Lillian Roxon, the pioneering Australian who became a den mother at NYC's Max's Kansas City in the late '60s — and whose Janis obit is one of her featured pieces on our new home page. The RBP team also pays homage to departed stars Gerry Marsden, Geoff Stephens and masked hip hop maverick MF DOOM. Mark and Jasper wrap matters up with remarks on recent RBP library additions, including pieces about Siouxsie & the Banshees, Bruce Springsteen and his pre-E Street band Steel Mill and "Welsh Wu Tang" Goldie Lookin Chain.

Many thanks to special guest John Simon; please visit his website at johnsimonmusic.net for information about his book Truth, Lies & Hearsay and much else besides.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Pieces discussed: John Simon, The Band, Janis Joplin, Van Morrison, Lillian Roxon on Janis, Merseybeat, Gerry Marsden, Winchester Cathedral, MF DOOM, Nor-Cal Folk-Rock Festival, Paul McCartney, Ska Jump, Kenickie, Divine Comedy, Billy Fury, Reggae in the USA, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Radiohead and Goldie Lookin Chain.

Jan 11 2021 · 1hr 22mins
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Solo Jazz - Van Morrison en la república del blues - 06/01/21

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DONALDSON: You're driving me crazy (4.47). V. Morrison. VINSON: Hold it night there (4.09). V. Morrison. MORRISON: Nobody in charge (4.13). V. Morrison. MORRISON: All Saints Day (2.32). V. Morrison. ALLISON: You can count on me (3.22). V. Morrison. ALLISON: News nightclub (2.44). V. Morrison. ZAWINUL / MORRISON: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy / Vanlose Stainway (9.13). V. Morrison. MORRISON: Moondance (7.19). V. Morrison. MORRISON: All work and no play (4.59). V. Morrison. CHATMAN: Every day I have the blues (5.39). V. Morrison


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Jan 05 2021 · 58mins
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Ep. 38 : Overanalyzing "St. Dominic's Preview" by Van Morrison

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In this episode, we discuss at great length the meaning behind Van Morrison's classic poetic song, "Saint Dominic's Preview". line by line, the music, meaning and depth of lyrics. enjoy
Jan 03 2021 · 25mins
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93-SELN-Destruimos el pérfido 2020 con T.Rex, Cymande, Sorcerer, Van Morrison, Chronus, The Troggs, Avenged Sevenfold

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Bienvenidos hijos de la Anarquía y el Rock and Roll a una nueva descarga de Suave es la Noche, vuestro programa de Rock y Metal, de ayer y de hoy….
Conducido por Raúl Gallego y Gervi Navío, desde Sevilla, en Radiopolis, a través de la 92.3 de la FM.

Arrancamos el año con otra errática y paranoide selección, con la visita de nuestra cordobesa favorita, Mamen Torres…y la poesía de Juan Ramón Jimenez.
Discurrimos por la noche del fin del mundo con The Rolling Stones, Sorcerer, Cymande, Sweet, Avenged Sevenfold, The Troggs, Kruiz, Van Morrison….
Una mezcla inflamable de alcohol y vidas desestructuradas, para afrontar la nueva aventura que nos depara el 2021.

Lista de temas:

01-Bitch. The Rolling Stones
02-The hammer of witches. Sorcerer
03-Dove. Cymande
04-Fox on the run. Sweet
05-La Chispa Adecuada. Héroes del Silencio
06-Nightmare. Avenged Sevenfold
07-Wild thing. The Troggs
08-Mountains of madness. Chronus
09-White light white heat. The Velvet Underground
10-Rock on. T-Rex
11-Days like This. Van Morrison
12-Brave new world. Kruiz

Nos vamos prometiendo volver con la mejor de las vacunas contra la soledad para este año que empieza: El Rock and Roll…..solo nos reconforta saber que Dios es Suave….
Jan 02 2021 · 1hr 31mins
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Late Sen. Fritz Hollings, Van Morrison, and 'Mean Facts'

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'There's too much consumin' goin' on!" the departed Senator Fritz Hollings (D-SC) once famously said, and Michael breaks down the pitfalls of 'incrementalism' about to go into overdrive in a Biden administration and worldwide. Ryan also asks Michael what his favorite Van Morrison song is, and why it's NOT 'Brown Eyed Girl.' An impromptu request for callers encourages them to share some 'Mean Facts' as well.
Nov 17 2020 · 34mins
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Vinyl Vault - 12-11-2020 - Van Morrison

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Exploring the long career of Van Morrison. Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin www.oar.org.nz
Nov 12 2020 · 55mins
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What Canadians want from the throne speech according to the polls, Van Morrison's controversial new protest song, and the tragic death of a 14-year-old horseback rider

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This is the ON Point with Alex Pierson podcast Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sep 23 2020 · 34mins
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