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Concert Vault presents this exclusive 180-gram vinyl edition of a never-before-released 1978 set from Van Morrison at the Bottom Line club - the venue that launched the careers of both Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel, among countless others. The stunning show features a satisfying mix of material from his then-new Wavelength LP and some of the best-loved Morrison classics, such as "Brown Eyed Girl," "Moondance," and "Into the Mystic."
The band was lava-hot and provided the perfect compliment to Morrison's free form vocal stylings. In the line-up was Pete Bardens (who also played keyboards in Morrison's 1960s British Invasion band, Them) and former Jeff Beck Group vocalist/guitarist Bobby Tench. Because he was backed by a great band, Morrison was able to successfully mix hot jazz, blazing blues, romantic and melodic ballads and gospel-fevered rock 'n' roll over the course of a single show.
The ultimate format of music listening. Our collection of vinyl includes never-before-released Concert Vault concerts and Daytrotter sessions. In addition, our used vinyl comes from famed rock photographer Joe Sia's personal collection. Used vinyl is available in limited quantities and has been previously listened to and loved.