Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Chicago, IL (10/18/74)

Van Morrison - Chicago, IL (10/18/74)

Van Morrison
Auditorium Theater
Chicago, IL

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Ain’t Nothin’ You Can Do
Foggy Mountain Top
Street Choir
Twilight Zone
I Believe To My Soul
Many Rivers To Cross
Into The Mystic
Joyous Sound
Listen To The Lion
Naked In the Jungle
Cul De Sac
I’ve Been Working
Take Your Hand Out of my Pocket

Source 1:

Audience. I have no other information on this at all.

Source 2:

Reworked by acetboy
Audience recording
Original lineage: unknown lineage>CD-R (trade 2002)>Etc wav>Trader’s Little Helper Flac level 8

4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Chicago, IL (10/18/74)

  1. You don’t hear Many Rivers To Cross much either. Thanks for all this rare Van – 1974 was an interesting year…

    PS Depositfiles working well for me

  2. Being as “Many Rivers To Cross” was mentioned – I had seen this tour (a few nights before or after this) and Van, as in this show, had a quartet – he was doing new material – to be trutfhful don’t remember what he did but knew it was unfamiliar to most of the audience. During the courst of the first 25 or so minutes of the show – people were yelling requests and the usual – at which point he left the stage.
    After more than a few minutes – his band was still on the stage – he came back on the stage (one might assume there were discussions with the promoter as to obligations to perform!) and continued the show.
    Towards the end of his set he announced – this is a Jimmy Cliff Song – Many Rivers To Cross – and then he said words to the effect that you probably won’t know this one either.
    Many thanks for all of the music

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