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Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy Album


Performer: Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: You're Driving Me Crazy
Country: US
Released: 27 Apr 2018
Label: Exile, Legacy
Catalog Number: 19075820041
FLAC version ZIP size: 1770 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1306 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1017 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 634

Tracklist

1You're Driving Me Crazy
2Sticks And Stones
3Travellin' Light
4Have I Told You Lately
5Celtic Swing
6Everyday I Have The Blues
7Close Enough For Jazz
8Miss Otis Regrets
9Hold It Right There
10Magic Time
11Goldfish Bowl
12Evening Shadows
13The Things I Used To Do
14All Saints Day
15The Way Young Lovers Do

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
19075820032Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy ‎(CD, Album)Exile, Legacy19075820032US2018
19075820032Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy ‎(CD, Album, RE)Exile, Legacy, Sony Music19075820032Europe2018
19075820032Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy ‎(CD, Album)Exile, Legacy19075820032Canada2018
190758200323Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Exile , Legacy 190758200323Russia2018
19075820032Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco Van Morrison And Joey DeFrancesco - You're Driving Me Crazy ‎(CD, Album, Jew)Sony Music19075820032Brazil2018

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Scanned): 190758200415
  • Barcode (Printed): 1 9075-82004-1 5

Album

About the album: Youre Driving Me Crazy is a new studio collaboration between Van Morrison and legendary Hammond organist Joey 're Driving Me Crazy is the 39th studio album by Irish musician Van Morrison and Joey DeFrancesco. Van Morrison vocals, saxophone. Joey DeFrancesco Hammond organ, trumpet. Dan Wilson Saints Day - Van Morrison, Joey DeFrancesco. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Van Morrison - You Re Driving Me Crazy 2018. Van Morrison - Miss Otis Regrets Feat. Joey Defrancesco. Van Morrison - Hold It Right There Feat. Van Morrison - All Saints Day Feat. Van Morrison - The Way Young Lovers Do Feat. Van Morrison Vocals, Harmonica, Alto Saxophone Joey DeFrancesco Hammond B-3, Trumpet, Background Vocals Dan Wilson Guitar Troy Roberts Tenor & Soprano Saxophone Michael Ode Drums & Percussion. Shana Morrison Vocals 2, 13. Van Morrison's late career tear continues with You're Driving Me Crazy, his third album in seven months. Following the formula of 2017's Roll with the Punches and Versatile - each offered jazz, blues and R&B standards and redone originals - this set offers eight tracks from Morrison's catalog and seven standards. it stands on its own, however, as a collaborative encounter with jazz organist and trumpeter Joey DeFrancesco's hip quartet. They all holed up in a Sausalito studio and completed the recording in only two days, capturing everything in a take or two. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2018 Vinyl от You're Driving Me Crazy на Morrison & Joey DeFrancesco. Jazz 2018. But Van proves equally adept at standards-when he burns through a broad range of emotions, growling and gliding across the Cole Porter-penned Miss Otis Regrets, for instance, it's immediately. You're Driving Me Crazy' is a new studio collaboration between Van Morrison and legendary Hammond organist Joey DeFrancesco. It features interpretations of jazz and blues standards as well as selections from Van Morrison's songbook and is the follow-up to 2017's 'Versatile', Van's chart-topping jazz album. The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported. Customer Review: You're Driving Me Crazy. See full review. Manufacturer Video. You're Driving Me Crazy finds Morrison collaborating in the studio with DeFrancesco and his band-including Dan Wilson guitar, Michael Ode drums and Troy Roberts tenor saxophone. The release of You're Driving Me Crazy caps more than a year of non-stop activity for Van Morrison, who released his 37th and 38th studio albums Roll with the Punches and Versatile in quick succession in the fall and winter of 2017. Roll With The Punches became his 13th album to reach the Top 10 of the U. charts, while Versatile topped Billboard's jazz chart. Van Morrison, Joey DeFrancesco 27-04-2018. Общая длительность:1 h 10 min. Miss Otis Regrets. Van Morrison. You're Driving Me Crazy. Композиторы: Cole Porter. Hold It Right There. Композиторы: Dossie Terry - William Gray - Eddie Vincent. All Saints Day. Композиторы: Van Morrison

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Van Morrison has been moving toward this release for many years now, though with three outings since September of 2017, it’s obvious that there was something roaming around inside of his musical soul, where together with Joey DeFrancesco he’s finally been able to get out, and to that end, I’m sitting here with a mile wide sense of satisfaction as the album plays on in the background.

Morrison has always challenged himself and has been known by the company he keeps, yet never more so than here on You’re Driving Me Crazy, where teaming up with organist and jazz legend Joey DeFrancesco, a man with so much history and versatile talent that it was impossible for Morrison’s visions not to come to fruition. With that in mind, Morrison has stepped back in time with this concept, back to a period when record labels such as Prestige and Blue Note would set up a room, where the artists would knock back an entire album in a couple of days. Along with players such as Troy Roberts on tenor sax, drummer Michael Ode, Dan Wilson on guitars, and even Morrison’s very talented daughter Shana, the combo serves up a smoking hot throwback, where I’m actually surprised that the session wasn’t released in glorious mono, though finding an engineer who can set up a mono recording space is probably a challenge today.

Aside from the exceptional music presented, one instantly feels that Morrison is excited and inspired here, with the same delight I sensed on Too Long In Exile from more years ago than I care to remember. There’s much I could say about Joey DeFrancesco, first that he was born literally around the corner from me in Springfield, Pennsylvania, where as a mere teenager his local jazz and bebop stylings caught the attention of Miles Davies, making him the youngest artist to hit the road with Miles, then Jimmy Smith, where at 16 signed his first personal record deal. At 47, this vocalist, trumpeter and organist has close to thirty-five albums to his credit, and shows no signs of slowing down.

No doubt about it, the series of dexterous songs on this album are equaled only by the dexterous players brought together, where a communal spirit arises, where the band doesn’t so much play these songs, more that these numbers flow characteristically out of each individual, where the collective whole is nothing short of inspirational, alive, where the songs chosen were designed to nurture the artists, and the players in turn breathe actual life into these notes, never forced, allowing them to rise like the sun, and laced with elongated notes, they set like the moon. With the album clocking in at seventy-one minutes in length, the expertise brought to light, created the defining sense that You’re Driving Me Crazy was inherently far too short.

Everyone on this record comes off as energetic and inspired, everyone’s game has been elevated, the music roams between traditional blues and jazz standards, along with Morrison’s own back catalog, all presented in a fashion that will bring new listeners and fans of these two great men into their respective folds. This album is essential, it’s childhood comfort food, meatloaf potatoes and gravy set down on your (turn) table with a smile, music where the sum of it’s parts goes onto create a resounding whole that has redefined the essence of Van Morrison.

Review by Jenell Kesler