I d start with Astral Weeks, Moondance, St. Dominic s Preview, the double live record (It s Too Late to Stop Now), Veedon Fleece (as close to out there andJul 2, 2003 1 of 36View SourceI'd start with Astral Weeks, Moondance, St. Dominic's Preview, the double live record (It's Too Late to Stop Now), Veedon Fleece (as close to "out there" and mysterious as anything other than AW), and, especially, Into the Music.
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> Good call Marty. (I alluded to this song vaguely in my last
> _Saint Dominic's Preview_ is one of my favorite Van albums...jeez,
I own a
> lot of Van albums.
> Carl Z.
I've only got a couple what would you reccommend?
Did he do anything really out-there live in the late '60s.
from what i hear Astral Weeks players were only ever together in the
studio weren't they?
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I m sure I m not the first person to notice this, but the flute part on Out On The Road gives the song a heavy Astral Weeks flavor. Of course, there s no hairJul 3, 2003 36 of 36View SourceI'm sure I'm not the first person to notice this, but the flute
part on Out On The Road gives the song a heavy Astral Weeks
flavor. Of course, there's no hair on fire vocal gymnastics, but
it does have that late night quietude about it.
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