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Big Blue Diamonds is an old tune first recorded in 1950. Van Morrison recorded if for his 2006 album "Pay The Devil".
The song was never released as a single.
Bright Side Of The Road was a single from the 1979 album "Into The Music"
This one did not chart in Canada or the US but did reach #48 in The Netherlands and #63 in the UK.
Brown Eyed Girl was the first single ever released by Van Morrison back in 1967 from his "Blowing Your Mind" album.
the song peaked at #10 in the US, #13 in Canada and #60 in the UK.
Days Like This was one of three singles from this 1995 album of the same name.
The track reached #23 in Canada and #65 in the UK but did not chart in the US.
Domino hails from the 1970 album "His Band And The Street Choir". Three singles came from this album.
Domino charted the highest at #8 in Canada and #9 in the US. The song did not chart in the UK.
Into The Mystic can be found on the 1970 album "Moondance".
Oddly enough, as great as this song is, it was never released as a single. Only Come Running and Domino were single releases.
Reminds Me Of You is a track from the 1999 album, "Back On Top".
This track was never released as a single.
Someone Like You is a track from 1987 from the album "Poetic Champions Compose".
The songs charted in the US at #28.
Tupelo Honey was the name of Van Morrison's 5th album when it was released back in 1971.
This song was the lead single and peaked at #27 in the US.