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3.0 out of 5 stars
curate's egg, 3 Oct. 2011
I bought this as I only had a cassette of the album, and I wanted it for the sake of completeness. Whilst it is a kind of historical statement of how Morrison was working then-a kind of revue approach with guest singers, a sort of showband thing and Pete Mills is right, it is at times just SO fast, there are , as always, some wonderful moments such as having live performances of songs only heard by me on CD-'You make me feel so free' and 'So quiet in here' for example. It illustrates clearly the kind of music that is meaningful to Morrison, and especiaaly that of Sam Cooke.