Veedon Fleece

Veedon Fleece

by Van Morrison
4.8 4

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/03/1997
Label: Polydor / Umgd
UPC: 0731453745629
catalogNumber: 537456

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Van Morrison   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Keyboards,Saxophone,Vocals
David Hayes   Bass
John Tropea   Guitar
Terry Adams   Strings
Jeff Labes   Strings,Keyboards
Joe Macho   Bass
Jim Rothermel   Flute,Recorder,Wind
Nathan Rubin   Strings
Jack Schroer   Piano,Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Allen Schwarzberg   Drums
Dahaud Elias Shaar   Drums
David Shaw   Clarinet,Percussion
James Trumbo   Keyboards
Ralph Walsh   Guitar
Ralph Wash   Guitar
Allen Swartzburg   Drums
Terry Adams   Strings

Technical Credits

Elvin Campbell   Engineer
Ed Caraeff   Art Direction
Jeff Labes   Arranger
Van Morrison   Producer,Contributor,Audio Production
Dahaud Elias Shaar   Engineer
Jim Stern   Engineer

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Veedon Fleece 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
Listeners who bought the recent Astral Weeks Live CD and liked it should check this recent re-release out. I think it is a better listen than the original Astral Weeks album. The rythms and arrangements are more straight ahead and I feel the individual songs are stronger. Streets of Arklow and You Don't Pull No Punches are my favorites. Morrison was so disappointed by Fleece's commercial failure he didn't record again for about 3 years.
Chet-Edge More than 1 year ago
I'm sorry I overlooked this VM release for so long. I flipped past this disc (and LP) over the years in music shops because I knew nothing about it. Did any of these songs get played on the radio? Thanks to other reviewers on this site, I took a chance on "Veedon Fleece" and was reminded what a great performer and recording artist Van Morrison is. This album is dreamy, soulful, and poetic like the best of his late sixties, early seventies music. The remastered sound quality is very good; a booklet includes song lyrics and album credits.
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