Penyrheol Theatre
15 September 1991
1h 45m
:So Complicated
:Did Ye Get Healed?
:It's All In The Game >
Rainbow �65 >
Make It Real One More Time
:I Forgot That Love Existed
:See Me Through >
One Day At A Time >
No Prima Donna
:All Saints Day
:Help Me
:Ordinary Life
:Some Peace Of Mind
:Into The Mystic
:Allow Me > Mama Don't Allow
:I'm Not Feeling It Anymore
:Why Must I Always Explain?
:Haunts Of Ancient Peace >
Rainbow �65 >
:Youth Of 1,000 Summers
:A Town Called Paradise
:In The Garden
:Star Of The County Down
:By His Grace
:Sticks And Stones
:Green Mansions
:Professional Jealousy

Van Morrison : lead vocals, guitars, alto saxophone, harmonicas
The Van Morrison Band : Ronnie Johnson : guitar, MD & MC; Teena Lyle : vibes, congas, recorder, percussion, vocals; John Miller : keyboards; Paul Robinson : drums; Kate St. John : alto & tenor saxophones, cor anglais, oboe, vocals; Nicky Scott : bass, vocals

15 SEP 91 : Penyrheol Theatre, Gorseinon, Wales
Received on 2 CDRs from the taper who transcribed his complete cassettes.
To hard drive with EAC. Edited for continuous flow in Adobe Audition : edited at beginning and end. Cassette turnovers and subsequent edits audible at
Normalised and nothing else. Flaced with TLH to level 6

This is the third recording to be sent to dime from a series I�ve called The Lost Welsh Masters. Practically every Van show in and around Wales from the 80s onwards was recorded by one diligent taper. [At present the equipment used is unknown]. Many have never been circulated, and in the case of one show from Bristol in 1992, the date itself was unknown to us.

This uncirculated show was recorded two days after the last one, but, as we know with Van, this is a very different beast - looser and with lots of improvising and flowing vocals. Tremendous See Me Through (with Soldier Of Fortune beginning to form) and A Town Called Paradise. The band respond magnificently to everything he throws at them � this collection of multi-instrumentalists under Ronnie was certainly one of his very best combos. Pretty similar track list with one or two notable exceptions with the debut of By His Grace and Professional Jealousy. Band intros during Moondance.