Grammy winning Van Morrison makes a return to music scene with his latest years of career. The Irish singer will release "Best of Van Morrison, Vol. 3", a double-disc with some previously unreleased materials.
Morrison who, laid his hands on this project himself, took care of the compilation which contains mostly of his previous hits. The set also holds some songs that guaranteed the legend's big return. He did collaborations with Tom Jones in "Cry for Home", Bobby Bland in "Tupelo Honey" and with B.B. King in "Early in the Morning". Other artists assisting him include Jim Hunter, fellow Irish musician The Chieftains and the late Ray Charles.
The compilation will be dropped June 19 via JCT Records. Listen to "Cry for Home" here and "Early in the Morning" here.
Van Morrison emerged into the music world in 1960s and he has been noted for an idiosyncratic musical path. Some of his popular hits are "Brown Eyed Girl", "Moondance", "Domino" and "Wild Night".
Tracklisting of "Best of Van Morrison, Vol.3":