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No Guru, No Method, No Teacher – Van Morrison

Van Morrison No Guru No Method No Teacher

No Guru, No Method, No Teacher

(1986), 7.5/10
Another discography gap, will come back and cover this.

One of his best albums from the period, with earthier arrangements. Like a 1980s’ take on his spacier mode – akin to Astral Weeks or Veedon Fleece.

‘One Irish Rover’ is pretty, ‘Foreign Window’ is punchy with its memorable horn riff.

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