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My Favorite Van Morrison Gig
Van Morrison is one of my all time heroes of music. His concerts can be like religious events when he's on fire
Cornwall Coliseum, St. Austell, Cornwall
This was my first Van Morrison concert and so i was very excited about seeing this legend that i had only heard on cd and seen a few clips on tv. He was a bit flavour of the month at this time as he'd had a single out with Cliff Richard, "Whenever God shines his light" and also his big favorite "Have i told you lately".
The first surprise was Andy Fairweather-Low coming out and doing a rip roaring blues guitar song on his own. The power of his strat was awesome and cut through the venue like a knife.
Next on stage was Mr Georgie Fame. Another legend in my view who blew us all away with his blistering hammond organ work.
Van enters the stage
Van comes on all guns blazing plucking his telecaster like a machine gun. Boy was he on form tonight!
Sometimes coming across as sullen and moody, there was none of this tonight as everything gelled!
Maybe it was something in the air with him coming to Cornwall and its Celtic connections? The Arthurian legend maybe?
Well whatever it was that inspired him and the band this night, it sure was a great gig. The interplay between Fame and the horn section and the excitement that it brought out made for more than just a collection of songs as is normal of some artists. No this was an event that would never be repeated. A one off that would live with you forever. Sometimes bringing you near to tears at the sheer beauty and joy of it all and certainly leaving wanting more.
The sound was great at the old cornwall coliseum as per normal and i think every single person in the audience, young and old had a night to remember. It was just such a shame that the experience couldn't have been bottled forever as an antidote for those moments when down and needing to smile again.
A Van Morrison concert is rarely the same twice. Always off the cuff, very free flowing and intuitive.
I'm just so blessed that i witnessed one of the best ever at the Cornwall Coliseum in 1989