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Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Van Morrison In Ireland Audio Rip

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Van Morrsison
Live in Ireland Audio Rip

Download MP3@256: Zippyshare

Tracklist

1 In Ireland (Intro)
2 Moondance
3 Checking Ot Out
4 Moonshine Whiskey
5 Tupelo Honey
6 Wavelength
7 Saint Dominic’s Preview
8 Don’t Look Back
9 I Been Working So Hard
10 Gloria
11 Cyprus Avenue (Credits)

Credits
Bass – Mickey Feat* (tracks: 1 to 11)
Drums – Peter Van Hooke (tracks: 1 to 11)
Engineer [Sound] – Mike Glossop* (tracks: 1 to 11)
Featuring – Van Morrison
Film Director – Michael Radford (tracks: 1 to 11)
Film Producer – Rex Pyke (tracks: 1 to 11)
Guitar – Bob Tench* (tracks: 1 to 11), Herbie Armstrong (tracks: 1 to 11)
Keyboards – Peter Bardens (tracks: 1 to 11)
Mc – Phil Coulter (tracks: 1 to 11)
Producer – Caledonian Productions
Saxophone – John Altham* (tracks: 1 to 11), Pat Kyle (tracks: 1 to 11)
Violin – Toni Marcus (tracks: 1 to 11)
Vocals – Anna Peacock (tracks: 1 to 11), Katie Kissoon (tracks: 1 to 11)

Van Morrison in Ireland (1979)
NTSC DVD5 | English | 56 mins | 720×480 | MPEG-2 @9800Kpbs | AC-3 @192Kpbs | 2.13 GB
Genre: Blues | Label: Hendring Ltd./Angle Films Ltd. | Release date: 1981

Van Morrison in Ireland is the first official video by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, released in 1981 of a concert Morrison recorded in Northern Ireland two years earlier. The video also shows footage of the band whilst touring in Ireland and images of Belfast, including Hyndford Street and Cyprus Avenue. Tony Stewart of the NME states “The band display a range of textures reminiscent of The Caledonia Soul Orchestra, first with the dark resonence of Toni Marcus’ violin, then Pat Kyle’s bright sharp tenor sax and finally Bobby Tench’s prickly electric guitar”.
This concert featured the band with which Morrison recorded his 1978 album Wavelength, augmented by a horn section and violinist. The concert included two songs from Wavelength, the title track and “Checkin’ It Out”. The rest of the songs had originally been recorded at least seven years earlier, the latest of these being “Saint Dominic’s Preview” from 1972. Also on the video are two songs Morrison had recorded when fronting the band Them in the mid 1960s รณ “Don’t Look Back” and “Gloria”.

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January 3, 2014 - Posted by | Bootleg Bonanza, mp3 downloads, Music, Van Morrison

20 Comments »

  1. Wow, this looks choice!! Thanks Mat!

    Comment by Grant | January 3, 2014 | Reply

  2. hi Matt,

    Could you check the file please when you get a moment. The symbol looks a part of a multiple file, it appears on my download as a blank page, None of my zips will open it. Otherwise everything is fine. Thank you.

    Comment by ND | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  3. Are you saying you were able to download it but now you cannot unzip it? anybody else have this problem?

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  4. This is a great set – like a lost live album from a great period in Van’s career. Actually a composite of 2 gigs, Dublin and Belfast. For some reason this always circulates as lossy. I actually have a raw WAV transfer from my original VHS. This has never been released as DVD, and for some (inexplicable) reason all the unofficial DVD transfers of this and other material have been done with lossy sound (are you listening Mr JTT?) Simply don’t understand why the presence of pictures should require that you experience the sound in diminished and compressd form. If there are total bandwidth issues (never had a problem myself) then surely you should compress the picture qual a little. We are talking about a MUSIC DVD afterall!!!
    Sorry, rant over but this kind of nonsense just makes me so MAD!!!!
    Anyway back to the s/track in question. If you are intersted in the raw (unedited) WAV transfer just let me know sometime

    ps did you manage to grab that last Bob 78 disc?

    .

    Comment by DylanDave | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  5. I have five of the 78 disks. Did you upload the sixth one?

    Yes, I’d love to have the raw wav transfer.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  6. Sure i emailed the link for disc 6 but to be safe i just sent it again. File is up i just checked

    I’ll try to locate the WAV file

    Comment by DylanDave | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  7. same problem unable to open zip file

    Comment by Alan | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  8. Oooo, DylanDave and Mat, I’d love to have this in FLAC/WAV if you can post that!! Thanks!

    Comment by Grant | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  9. OK, just managed to find the file – it’s a 600MB single WAV file from a transfer i did about 5 years ago – from orig vhs using my NICAM stereo AIWA vhs machine , decent audiophile cables and my SB Audigy II Pro soundcard captured as 16/44 WAV in Soundforge . I’ve never managed to raise the necessary energy levels to split the trax etc and currently my audio power pc is unavailable to me. Mat you could either split and flac etc or just post ‘as is’ on MEGA which is free of size constraints.

    I’ll ‘up’ it as soon as you have grabbed that pending disc 6 of Bob 78 and let me know of course.

    couple of points

    1. 1 hope new reupload policy wont affect the outstanding Van 2005/2006 web compl reuploads
    2. It is possible i may disappear briefly in near future due to possible change of ISP, but as somebody once said ‘I will be back’

    Comment by DylanDave | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  10. I should be able to get the 78 file tonight. Don’t know how I missed it but with the holidays and sickness it must have just slipped past me. I’ll let you know when its got.

    I haven’t split a wav file into tracks in ages and I think never on a Mac, but I’ll piddle around with it and see if I can make it work. If not yeah I’ll just post to Mega.

    Ah, thanks for the reminder on the Van requests. I had forgotten about them. Will try to get them up soon.

    Hope you aren’t gone long. Always enjoy your comments.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  11. Oh wow a very big thanks for the reminder on the Magic Moments disks. I’ve apparently only listened to the first volume. FreeMorrison posted those at a time when he was posting like mad and I was posting mad. I downloaded the but never converted them to MP3 which pretty much means they didn’t get listened to. Spent my evening doing just that and man its good stuff.

    Actually found a whole folder filled with a bunch of shows FM posted at the time that I did nothing with but download. I’ll have to repost them one of these days. But not for awhile.

    While we’re chatting Dave, anything you want reposted I’ll gladly do. You’ve given me so much and always have great comments that I’m willing to break my no reposts rule for ya.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 4, 2014 | Reply

  12. Hi Matt, thanks for looking at the download glitch. looking forward to this when you get time to sort. Thanks.

    Comment by ND | January 5, 2014 | Reply

  13. Cheers Mat, not confirmed that i’ll be changing ISP but a definite possibility – service was so overloaded at times over xmas I had to just give up on all internet thoughts. Same every sat and sunday afternoon – drives me bonkers!!
    I wouldn’t worry too much about splitting the Van, it has a few brief chatty interludes but runs thru well if you know what i mean. Also being a prof rec doesn’t need a vol boost or anything.
    I listened to that Hammersmith 79 transfer of mine – it is complete show in average qual (poss 2 source composite) but being raw from tape levels are low. I used to take great care with my tape transfers, I chose my Akai deck as, unusually, it has variable output level and then monitoring on the amp tape loop with headphones there is a definite and very noticable ‘sweet spot’ on the output level. Below it and no amount of dig trickery can save it. above it and hiss/noise levels can never be properly dealt with.
    Anyway this utimately limits the level of the final WAV file and trad volume boost tools degrade the sound qual by compressing it (little known fact!) the lossless normalization tool for soundforge is part of a v expensive restoration toolkit i’ve never had access to.
    If anybody is interested or a better compl source fails to turn up then maybe we can do something with it or just post it ‘as is’ for the completisis out there!

    Comment by DylanDave | January 5, 2014 | Reply

  14. I’m interested! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Comment by Grant | January 5, 2014 | Reply

  15. For anyone who has trouble opening the file, change the name to “filename”.rar or .zip

    Mr. DylanDave, i’d love to hear the wav transfer. Great gig!

    Comment by Anonymous | January 5, 2014 | Reply

  16. Anything you want to do DylanDave is good with me. I never attempt any sort of mastering of anything. I neither have the equipment or the ears for that sort of thing. Splitting tracks is about the extent of what I can and want to do. But share away anything you like in any form you want and I’ll pass it on.

    Also did grab part 6 last night so you can kill it.

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 5, 2014 | Reply

  17. Thanks to DylanDave here the rip.

    https://mega.co.nz/#!0FJB0KoL!Z3pqcDUCQzxW8QthiOBbgjRtJiR2vJFuHaKgx6AveRw

    There apparently isn’t a good piece of software to break wav files into separate tracks on a Mac. I looked for a bit and found nothing I could use so this is just one big file

    Comment by Mat Brewster | January 12, 2014 | Reply

  18. Thanks Mat and Dave for sharing the lossless rip here as well. Much obliged! We’ll manage to split the file ourselves ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I personally use Audacity for audio editing, it’s free and very good for home use.

    Comment by Anonymous | January 20, 2014 | Reply

  19. Yeah sorry folks, I usually use soundforge to split into trax, it works well but i only have it installed on my power pc which is currently in storage, a bit sick and not very accessible. I wouldn’t worry too much i find a quick click on play and a glass or two of something triple distilled works fine for me.
    Hope you enjoy anyway
    Maybe i’ll get around to installing it (or audacity) on this cheap ‘n’ nasty chinese dl box someday, if only to split files like this.
    Anyway don’t worry, all my transfers were done a few years back using the serious kit.

    Comment by DylanDave | January 20, 2014 | Reply

  20. sorry just noticed Mat hadn’t included the lineage

    Original VHS > Aiwa nicam st VCR > AUDIOPHILE INTERCONNECTS >Audigy 2 Pro soundcard on power pc > WAV capture at 16/44 in Soundforge

    Comment by DylanDave | January 20, 2014 | Reply


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