In Concert captures Sir Van Morrison’s intimate 2016 show at the BBC Radio Theatre, as part of the critically acclaimed BBC Radio 2 In Concert Series. A six-time Grammy Award winner, Belfast born ‘Van the Man’ performs a selection of tracks, old and new, from his iconic back catalogue.
In an up-close and personal show, described as, ‘Sublime’ (The Radio Times) Morrison’s rich, oaky voice brings musical healing. With songs including his classic hit Brown Eyed Girl as well as Wild Night, Cleaning Windows and new track, Keep Me Singing, this incredible performance celebrates the soul troubadour’s 53 years as a musical innovator at the very top if his game.
Bonus features include the ‘Up On Cyprus Avenue’ concert, a milestone show recorded on Van Morrison’s 70th Birthday.
Van Morrison has released 38 studio albums, 6 live albums, 6 compilation albums, 4 video albums, and 71 singles. Van Morrison has a knighthood, a Brit, an OBE, an Ivor Novello award, 2 Grammys and honorary doctorates from Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Ulster, entry into The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and the French Ordres Des Artes Et Des Lettres .
Van Morrison In Concert is a portrait of one of the most iconic songwriters and musical heroes of all time.
(1) Too Late (2) Magic Time (3) Wild Night (4) Medley: Baby Please Don’t Go / Don’t Start Crying Now (5) Here Comes The Night (6) Every Time I See A River (7) Cleaning Windows / Be-Bop A Lula (8) Let It Rhyme (9) Whenever God Shines His Light (10) Sometimes We Cry (11) Going Down To Bangor (12) The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword (13) Keep Me Singing (14) Enlightenment (15) Carrying A Torch (16) Brown Eyed Girl (17) Jackie Wilson Said (18) In The Garden
(1) Cyprus Avenue (2) Celtic Swing (3) Cleaning Windows / Be-Bop A Lua (4) Days Like This (5) Precious Time (6) Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child (7) Baby Please Don’t Go / Parchman Farm / Don’t Start Crying Now (8) It’s All In The Game (9) Burning Ground (10) Whenever God Shines His Light (11) And The Healing Has Begun (12) On Hyndford Street