Duets - Reworking The Catalogue

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Van Morrison
Duets - Reworking The Catalogue

[ Sony / CD ]

Release Date: Friday 27 March 2015

This is Van Morrisons 35th studio album. It was produced by Van Morrison along with Don Was and Bob Rock. The album features duet performances with Bobby Womack, Steve Winwood, Mark Knopfler, Taj Mahal, Mavis Staples, Michael Buble, Natalie Cole, George Benson, Gregory Porter, Clare Teal, P.J Proby, Joss Stone, Georgie Fame, Mick Hucknall, Chris Farlowe, and Van's daughter Shana Morrison.


"Some Peace of Mind" with Bobby Womack (original version released on Hymns to the Silence, 1991)
"Lord, If I Ever Needed Someone" with Mavis Staples (original version released on His Band and the Street Choir, 1970)
"Higher Than The World" with George Benson (original version released on Inarticulate Speech of the Heart, 1983)
"Wild Honey" with Joss Stone (original version released on on Common One, 1980)
"Whatever Happened to P.J. Proby" with P.J. Proby (original version released on Down the Road, 2002)
"Carrying a Torch" with Clare Teal (original version released on Hymns to the Silence, 1991)
"The Eternal Kansas City" with Gregory Porter (original version released on A Period of Transition, 1977)
"Streets Of Arklow" with Mick Hucknall (original version released on Veedon Fleece, 1974)
"These Are The Days" with Natalie Cole (original version released on Avalon Sunset, 1989)
"Get On With The Show" with Georgie Fame (original version released on What's Wrong with This Picture, 2003)
"Rough God Goes Riding" with Shana Morrison (original version released on The Healing Game, 1997)
"Fire in the Belly" with Steve Winwood (original version released on The Healing Game, 1997)
"Born To Sing" with Chris Farlowe (original version released on No Plan B, 2012)
"Irish Heartbeat" with Mark Knopfler (original version released on Irish Heartbeat, 1988)
"Real Real Gone" with Michael Bublé (original version released on Enlightenment, 1990)
"How Can A Poor Boy" with Taj Mahal (original version released on Keep It Simple, 2008)