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Van Morrison - A Sense of Wonder Retail CD
I do not think Sense Of Wonder is generally considered to be one of Morrison’s essential albums, although it doesn’t lack charm. Tore Down a la Rimbaud and Ancient Of Days are mid tempo ballads, the latter with intricate instrumental patterns, whilst Evening Meditation is a slow devotional number with wordless humming, a beautiful mood piece. The Master’s Eyes is another slow hymn with particularly enchanting jangling guitar infusions. The title track is a spacey ballad boosted by impressive female vocals and some spoken vocals by Van towards the end. The pace picks up for Boffyflowmore… & Spike, an energetic Celtic jig instrumental. The song If You Only Knew has a jerky, jazzy rhythm and is probably the closest track here to Van’s unique style of R&B. It has lovely organ and sax twirls. Let The Slave is a meandering philosophical piece in two parts: The Price Of Experience, spoken poetry and A New Kind Of Man, a melodic outing. Although Sense Of Wonder is by no means one of Morrison’s best albums, I find much to enjoy here. By his high standards it probably deserves three stars but for the listening pleasure it gives me, I give it four stars.
|1||Tore Down a la Rimbaud|
|2||Ancient of Days|
|3||Evening Meditation [Instrumental]|
|5||What Would I Do Without You|
|6||Sense of Wonder|
|7||Boffyflow and Spike [Instrumental]|
|8||If You Only Knew|
|9||Let the Slave|
|10||New Kind of Man|
- Van Morrison - A Sense of Wonder Retail CD
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- 02/05/07 by Menta
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