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  1. Veedon Fleece is the eighth studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, released in October (see in music).Morrison recorded the album shortly after his divorce from wife Janet (Planet) Rigsbee. With his broken marriage in the past, Morrison visited Ireland on holiday for new inspiration, arriving on 20 October (with his fiancee at the time, Carol Guida).Genre: Folk jazz.
  2. This is a Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing as indicated by S 1 etched in runouts. Produced for Caledonia Productions (on sleeve) / Produced for Caledonia Productions Inc. (on labels) Recorded at Caledonia Studios, California, and Mercury Studios, New York/5(12).
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Veedon Fleece and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Among Van Morrison fans, Veedon Fleece is a dearly loved cult favorite—and it contains some of Van’s most richly atmospheric, emotionally moving work. Influenced by a stay in Ireland, songs like “Streets of Arklow” and “Country Fair” are bucolic mood pieces with .
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  6. Features Song Lyrics for Morrison Van's Veedon Fleece album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  7. Veedon Fleece is every bit the creative equal of its more famous predecessors. With its elegiac tone and deeply autobiographical lyrics, this was a Morrison who didn't so readily associate himself with the feel-good, peace, love, and rhythm & blues sound American audiences were used to. If any album reflects a real period of transition for an 9/
  8. Veedon Fleece is the eighth studio album by Van Morrison, released in October It is Celtic, acoustic and heavily influenced by Morrison's Irish trip.

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