Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:Van Morrison – It’s Too Late To Stop Now (Acetates) Cpt. Acid ReMaster

Van Morrison Too Late To Stop Now Acetates

VAN MORRISON and The Caledonia Soul Orchestra
“It’s Too Late To Stop Now …”
Original Acetates for The Album from 1974

Download: FLAC, MP3

Excellent Mixing Desk Recordings

Thanks for the Original Transfer from Tape by JTT
REMASTER By Captain Acid March 2012

Hi friends,
I love this original album so much, I just had to make this acetate sound better.
I have fixed the phase problem and did some EQ.
Mostly by adding bass and cutting some high frequencies.
I also did some level correction and that was all.
Ah Yes, and I manually declicked vinyl pops, on the last track on album.
It was just so annoying and the song has lot of quiet parts so I had to do it.
It`s much better now.
I am quite happy how it sound now.
I have adopted the artwork too.
Enjoy,
Captain Acid March 2012

SOURCE: TDK SA90 received from JG in 1974 * (Transfer from Tape) JTT

* Except Disc Two, Track 10 is from an alternate Tape

Disc One
01. I’VE BEEN WORKING
02. THE WAY YOUNG LOVERS DO
03. THESE DREAMS OF YOU
04. WILD MOUNTAIN THYME
05. COME RUNNING
06. INTO THE MYSTIC
07. DOMINO
08. SWEET THING
09. BLUE MONEY
10. BRING IT ON HOME
Time Disc One = 45:53

Disc Two
01. WILD CHILDREN
02. HELP ME
03. BEING GREEN
04. SAINT DOMINICS PREVIEW
05. WARM LOVE
06. LISTEN TO THE LION
07. I BELIEVE TO MY SOUL
08. WILD NIGHT
09. I JUST WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO YOU
10. CYPRESS AVENUE
Time Disc Two = 54:39

New Notes:
Special Thanks to my friend Captain Acid for giving me the OK to share this
here at The Midnight Cafe.
This is one Brilliant Remaster –
All files Mastered by Captain Acid,
Art Work by Captain Acid as well.
The sound quality is excellent.
Only a few hundred people have a copy of this gem at the moment.
Thanks once again to Captain Acid –
For allowing me to share this treasure.
Folder Size: 615 Mb’s,
All Files have been ID’d and Tagged,
and are ready to Burn or Play in any Media Player.
New Digital Enhanced 150dpi artwork created for this upload,
FFP, MD5, Capt. Acid Original Notes and Original Art Included.
Please Do Not Convert To MP3 and Upload to Other Sites.
This is a classic and let’s respect the original Up-loaders wishes.
Let The River Flow
FreeMorrison March 26th, 2012

0 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:Van Morrison – It’s Too Late To Stop Now (Acetates) Cpt. Acid ReMaster

  1. Wahoooo!! This looks wonderful! Thanks so much for responding to the request FreeMorrison. You rock, and we all benefit from it. Cheers!

  2. Wahhooooooooooo!
    Is Right Grant – I just had a little look see – and this show has been downloaded almost 150 times already!
    Sweet Fancy Moses, this is the most popular Van I have shared at the Midnight Cafe yet!
    Great call Grant, excellent request!!!!!

    You’ve got great insight into the public’s interest in Van Music my friend.

    My long time friend “Behindtheritual” is also like a psychic with his insights into Morrison compilations – his last few ideas for Van Compilations have lead to 2,000 to 3,000 downloads within the 1st five days of the torrent being uploaded.
    (The Van Morrison Christmas Album)

    Nothing and no one will ever be able to top his brilliant idea for the greatest Van Morrison Compilation ever, and the one I had the most fun working with him on,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Van Morrison – Poetry (A Compilation 2010)
    The 4 Disc Set
    As of date – March 2012 – Van Morrison – Poetry has an estimated 50,000 downloads and is still the number one Van Morrison Compilation ever shared freely via the world wibe web, (and still going strong).

    Here’s a little insight from the genius at work (behindtheritual) and how he came up with the idea that could have made Van Morrison win Grammy’s, Gold Records, Sleep every night on a big bed of cash, etc, (you get the idea):

    Notes From “Behindtheritual” circa 2010

    The Idea for the Compilation;
    In WAVELENGTH magazine No. 1 there was an article by the leading Irish poet Paul Durcan called “The Drumshambo Hustler” which was first printed in the litery magazine MAGILL in May, 1988. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Durcan)

    The article attempts to put Van’s poetry into a modern Irish context and he contends that Patrick Kavanagh and Van Morrison are the two finest poets in Ireland in his lifetime.

    He goes to offer the following Top Thirty of Van Morrison’s poems:

    01 SUMMERTIME IN ENGLAND
    02 ROLLING HILLS
    03 IN THE GARDEN
    04 CLEANING WINDOWS
    05 LISTEN TO THE LION
    06 SNOW IN SAN ANSELMO
    07 RAVE ON, JOHN DONNE
    08 ALAN WATT’S BLUES
    09 A SENSE OF WONDER
    10 HARD NOSE THE HIGHWAY
    11 MADAME GEORGE
    12 QUEEN OF THE SLIPSTREAM
    13 GLORIA
    14 INTO THE MYSTIC
    15 IF YOU AND I COULD BE AS TWO
    16 INARTICULATE SPEECH OF THE HEART
    17 TORE DOWN A LA RIMBAUD
    18 CYPRUS AVENUE
    19 FOREIGN WINDOW
    20 TIR NA NOG
    21 IRISH ROVER
    22 BALLERINA
    23 AND IT STONED ME
    24 THE STREETS OF ARKLOW
    25 T. B. SHEETS
    26 IVORY TOWER
    27 HEY GIRL
    28 SAINT DOMINIC’S PREVIEW
    29 AND THE HEALING HAS BEGUN
    30 FULL FORCE GALE
    31 IN THE DAYS BEFORE ROCK n ROLL (Bonus)

    “There’s no difference between lyrics and poetry. Words are words. The only difference is the people who are in academic positions and call themselves poets and have an academic stance. They’ve got something to lose if they say it’s all poetry; if there’s not music to it, and you have to wear a certain kind of checkered shirt or something like that. It’s all the same. Lyrics are lyrics, poetry is poetry, lyrics are poetry, and poetry is lyrics. They are interchangeable to me.”

    Van Morrison: A Quote on lyrics, music, people, poetry, and words in the academic and social culure.
    Source: Performing Songwriter, March/April 2009
    Contributed by: ingebrita http://blog.gaiam.com/quotes/authors/van-morrison

    “You have to understand a bit about the poetry of the blues to know where the references are coming from.
    I write songs. Then, I record them. And, later, maybe I perform them on stage. That’s what I do. That’s my job. Simple.”
    Quotation of Van Morrison 1974

  3. Wow. I just got a chance to actually listen to most of this. Amazing! Thanks again. And – as for that “Poetry” collection — sounds incredible. Is there a chance you could post that?

    Thanks and cheers to a great weekend! Thanks FM.

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