Wavelength

Wavelength

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by Van Morrison
     
 
Wavelength essentially picks up where A Period of Transition left off, offering a focused, full-bodied alternative to that record's warmly fuzzy lack of direction. Like that album, it's hardly a major entry in his catalog, but there are signs that Van Morrison is finding his footing for his latter-day voice. Again, the

Overview

Wavelength essentially picks up where A Period of Transition left off, offering a focused, full-bodied alternative to that record's warmly fuzzy lack of direction. Like that album, it's hardly a major entry in his catalog, but there are signs that Van Morrison is finding his footing for his latter-day voice. Again, the primary appeal of this record is its atmosphere, a charmingly relaxed outing, high on mildly swinging mid-tempo numbers and round, welcoming ballads. Surely, an album of subtle pleasures like this is primarily for the converted, but once you're there, it's hard to resist Wavelength.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/03/1997
Label:
Polydor / Umgd
UPC:
0731453745827
catalogNumber:
537458

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Van Morrison   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Keyboards,Electric Piano,Saxophone,Vocals,Background Vocals
Herbie Armstrong   Guitar,Electric Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals
Peter Bardens   Synthesizer,Horn,Keyboards
Ginger Blake   Vocals,Background Vocals
Laura Creamer   Vocals,Background Vocals
Mitch Dalton   Guitar
Linda Dillard   Vocals,Background Vocals
Mickey Feat   Bass
Garth Hudson   Organ,Synthesizer,Accordion,Keyboards
Bob Tench   Guitar,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Peter Van Hooke   Drums
Kuma   Bass
Mike Dalton   spanish guitar

Technical Credits

Brooks Arthur   Remixing
Alan Douglas   Engineer
Mick Glossop   Engineer
Van Morrison   Producer
John Cabalka   Art Direction
Rick Ash   Engineer

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Wavelength 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
over the years van morrison has changed musical direction many times and nearly always got it right, this album was much critisied upon its release ,its a good cd songs like natalia ,checkin it out ,hungry for your love ,wavelengthare are top notch and have not dated at all normally this would be a 4 star cd but held up against his earlier work it suffers unfairly in comparisson a good cd for playing in the car