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Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue – Van Morrison

Van Morrison
Van Morrison (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

DUETS: RE-WORKING THE CATALOGUE is Van Morrison’s 35th studio album. It is due for release in the US & WW on March 24th.

Full Track Listing

Some Peace of Mind with Bobby Womack
Lord, If I Ever Needed Someone with Mavis Staples
Higher Than The World with George Benson
Wild Honey with Joss Stone
Whatever Happened to PJ Proby
Carrying a Torch with Clare Teal
The Eternal Kansas City with Gregory Porter
Streets Of Arklow with Mick Hucknall
These Are The Days with Natalie Cole
Get On With The Show with Georgie Fame
Rough God Goes Riding with Shana Morrison
Fire in the Belly with Steve Winwood
Born To Sing with Chris Farlowe
Irish Heartbeat with Mark Knopfler
Real Real Gone with Michael Bublé
How Can A Poor Boy with Taj Mahal

SuperHeavy

I was leafing through the September 29th issue of Rolling Stone Magazine yesterday when I happened upon the article, “Meet SuperHeavy, Mick Jagger’s Wild New Crew” by Neil Strauss. I was invigorated by what I discovered about Dave Stewart’s vision realized.

SuperHeavy is a collaboration starring (Left to Right) Damian “Gong” MarleyDave Stewart (Co-Producer), Mick Jagger, A. R. Rahman (He scored the smash film Slumdog Millionaire) and Joss Stone.

Frank W. Ockenfels

I gave the CD SuperHeavy an extended listen on Spotify this morning. I love what I heard and felt. The melting pot of rhythms, ideas, cultures, and raw energy works cohesively. The 18 months these artists have spent working on this recording is a testament to their belief in each other and the music they are turning out.

Give SuperHeavy a view and listen to the entire recording on Spotify. You’ll be grooving in your chair and elsewhere.