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Van Morrison announces new album 'Born To Sing: No Plan B' 

added: 2 Jul 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Van Morrison returns to Blue Note Records for a new studio album Born To Sing: No Plan B to be released on October 1st.

Morrison previously released the Grammy nominated What's Wrong With This Picture? on Blue Note in 2003.

New dates announced ' all tickets available from www.ticketmaster.com

August 3rd Newmarket Racecourse
August 18th Greenman Festival
August 25 Dublin, Marlay Park,
September 8th East Belfast Arts Festival
September 21st Glasgow Royal Concert Hall *
October 14th & 15th London, Grosvenor House Hotel
October 23rd & 24th Canterbury Festival @ Marlowe Theatre
October 28th Sligo, Ireland Knocknarea Arena
November 27th Liverpool Philharmonic Hall *
November 28th Manchester Bridgewater Hall *

*available to order exclusively on ticketmaster.com from Monday 3rd July with opportunity to preorder album

Born To Sing: No Plan B
tracklist:

1. Open The Door (To Your Heart)
2. Going Down To Monte Carlo
3. Born To Sing
4. End Of The Rainbow
5. Close Enough For Jazz
6. Mystic Of The East
7. Retreat And View
8. If In Money We Trust
9. Pagan Heart
10. Educating Archie

A six-time Grammy winner and member of the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, Morrison is one of the most influential artists of the modern age. His poetically impressionistic lyrics and unique fusion of rock n' roll with soul, jazz and folk have deep emotional resonance and universal appeal. His transcendent masterpieces 'Astral Weeks' and 'Moondance' are typically ranked among the best albums of all-time, while his more recent recordings 'Magic Time' and 'Keep it Simple' enjoyed Top 10 debuts.

Born To Sing: No Plan B was produced by Van and recorded in his native Belfast.

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