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Roll With The Punches – Van Morrison’s 37th studio album - sees him simultaneously hand-picking a selection of rhythm and blues classics (by the likes of Bo Diddley, Mose Allison, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Lightnin’ Hopkins among others) and recording a set of new self-written songs. It’s an album that features raw, intimate interpretations of some of the cornerstones of rock’n’roll alongside five new numbers by one of our most consistently brilliant recording artists. Roll With The Punches was produced by Van Morrison and recorded with an incredible team of studio collaborators including Chris Farlowe, Georgie Fame, Jeff Beck, Paul Jones and Jason Rebello.

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1 Roll With The Punches
2 Transformation
3 I Can Tell
4 Stormy Monday / Lonely Avenue
5 Goin'' To Chicago
6 Fame
7 Too Much Trouble
8 Bring It On Home To Me
9 Ordinary People
10 How Far From God
11 Teardrops From My Eyes
12 Automobile Blues
13 Benediction
14 Mean Old World
15 Ride On Josephine

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Patrick King
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
FABULOUS new Morrison release
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2017
I''ve enjoyed Van''s recent albums, but this one I can''t stop playing. First, it''s solid blues from first to last. Van has always been one of the great white blues singers and this time he''s surrounded himself with top-notch genuine blues musicians. Roll With the Punches is a... See more
I''ve enjoyed Van''s recent albums, but this one I can''t stop playing. First, it''s solid blues from first to last. Van has always been one of the great white blues singers and this time he''s surrounded himself with top-notch genuine blues musicians. Roll With the Punches is a great cross section of new material and traditional blues. He''s matched his current voice to material to which he can really do justice and it rocks. The redux of Stormy Monday and Bring It On Home to Me are chillingly beautiful re-imaginings while Going to Chicago and Mean Old World are songs I''ve always thought would be wonderful additions to his catalog. Ride On Josephine rounds the record out so you have to put it right back on.
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RICK “SHAQ” GOLDSTEIN SAYS: THE GREATEST LIVING WHITE BLUES BALLADEER “KNOCKS-OUT” THE BLUES
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2017
Electric blues have been my passion for over thirty-five years… and there are different flavors of the blues… what I call Roadhouse-Blues… Blues-Ballads… and the intriguing beauty of singularly allowing one- on- one performances of everything from… string-bending axes… to... See more
Electric blues have been my passion for over thirty-five years… and there are different flavors of the blues… what I call Roadhouse-Blues… Blues-Ballads… and the intriguing beauty of singularly allowing one- on- one performances of everything from… string-bending axes… to expertly blowing on the harp… and a voice that knows how to literally “caress”… the feeling and meaning of the blues. Well… Van Morrison does it all here… and also shares the stage with such legendary friends as Jeff Beck… among others.

This dedication to the blues… contains fifteen songs covering sixty-three-minutes. Five songs are new…. Written by Van… others are classic long time blues standards that include Stormy Monday… which though I’ve heard and enjoyed over the years… the original… and mind-blowing covers by such as Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan…. The Allman Brothers… and many others… Van’s… unique voice… along with a thoroughly bluesy harp… gives it a uniquely new feel. Right off the bat the opening song Roll With The Punches (one of Morrison’s originals)… gets your toe tapping… and is eerily reminiscent of John Lee Hooker and “Boom-Boom”! Just to mention a few others… Bring It On Home To Me… a Sam Cooke original… that was also made relevant to a new audience back in my youth… by Eric Burdon (or as the local DJ used to pronounce it… Eric Boiten and da Aneemalls) and the Animals… is given a treatment right in between both of the memorable classics.

To say Morrison’s voice has aged well… would be almost an insult… it seems to have gotten better with age. The voice… the guests… the harp blowing… the songs… are tremendous… and you can never get enough great blues… If I were to put one microscopic personal disappointment on the table… it’s that I love long blues songs. Out of the fifteen songs there are only five songs that are five-minutes long (one of those is four-minutes-fifty-nine-seconds… so I’ll count it.)… but that’s just like being a guy dying of thirst in the desert that comes upon one-hundred-gallons of water… and complains!

I know it’s too much to ask… but I sure hope he follows-up with another CD that is truly dedicated to the blues. Van Morrison could sing the names in the New York phone book… with a tear in his eyes… and he’d be better than any other living blues balladeer… what an absolute gift to the blues… and its many blues fans.
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Aunt Patty
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
WOW and FAR OUT!
Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2017
The five reviewers before me said it all. I have loved and followed Van Morrison since the mid-60''s and have collected all of his recordings - first on vinyl, then on CD. I even saw him in concert with Them as a teenager in high school, then again with his own band in... See more
The five reviewers before me said it all. I have loved and followed Van Morrison since the mid-60''s and have collected all of his recordings - first on vinyl, then on CD. I even saw him in concert with Them as a teenager in high school, then again with his own band in 1974. What an incredible deposit into my memory bank, getting to see him live twice when we were both young(er). I also hope for more true blues from Van Morrison. I love that he covered Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Van should look at some of her other songs for future endeavors. I am listening now for the first time, but I can guarantee it won''t be the last.
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Randolph Severson
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Gonna Be A Transformation . . .
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2020
This is pure Blues at its best. Walk the floor, tear stained pillow, crumpled newspaper blowing down an empty street, leave the bottle Blues. Since he first took the stage with Them, what makes Van Morrison such a great Blues singer, one of the best, maybe…just maybe, the... See more
This is pure Blues at its best. Walk the floor, tear stained pillow, crumpled newspaper blowing down an empty street, leave the bottle Blues. Since he first took the stage with Them, what makes Van Morrison such a great Blues singer, one of the best, maybe…just maybe, the best ever? – time will tell on that. But the guy can do it all, can’t he? But that’s just it: he can do all, sing it all, like he really needs to eat and is singing for his supper. No Plan B? Plan A still works just fine. Schooled, yeah, in Delta and Chicago Blues, and in the Oak Cliff Dallas East Texas Blues of T-Bone Walker, but, he tills a groove that goes much deeper. Morrison can compose and sing the kind of work song like “Cleaning Windows” and likewise he can compose and sing an on the wings of the Dove and fly like the Eagle Spiritual out of which both the Blues and Gospel came. Saturday Night you sing the Blues, Sunday morning you sing Gospel. ‘Stormy Monday / Tuesday’s just as bad …. Go to Church on Sunday….’ You get that in the classic Blues he covers here, the real juke joint wail and swagger, but you get that something else, that something extra beyond the sweat soaked overalls, smash the kitchen dishes, slam the door as she walks out, you get that starched Sunday morning collar early to Church for choir practice feeling flowing through it too. And it tops in ‘Transformation’ the track that crowns this album, “God’s like a river that keeps on wanting to flow…. Gonna be a transformation down in your soul’ …. And if not? – it’s sure not the singer or the song.
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Kevin O Cole
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Masterful
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2017
Okay, so I''m an unabashed Van Morrison fan. Have been since Them. That kind of tells you how old I am. I have more of his music in my library than any other musician. I love his music. Admittedly some more than others. This album is masterful to me. I might add that I''m... See more
Okay, so I''m an unabashed Van Morrison fan. Have been since Them. That kind of tells you how old I am. I have more of his music in my library than any other musician. I love his music. Admittedly some more than others. This album is masterful to me. I might add that I''m also a blues fan so an album of Van primarily doing the blues it right up my alley. Yes, this is 12 bar blues but it is richer and complex than most blues you hear. However, even if you aren''t a huge Van fan or even a huge blues fan you will likely love this album. Van is masterful with his vocals and all the instruments he plays while Jeff Beck needs no accolades. Their rendition of Sam Cooke''s Bring It On Home To Me is magical and Van''s interpretation of Mose Allison''s Benediction is beautiful. Those are just two highlights but not the only,ones.
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Excellent - Very Very Nic4
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2017
Since he first began, Van Morrison has always been a favorite. Out of all his album''s, this one is my favorite. Bluesy, nice music on here, with a nice ''roll''...very good stuff on here. When I first listened to Stormy Monday, I had to listen to it again, it''s... See more
Since he first began, Van Morrison has always been a favorite.
Out of all his album''s, this one is my favorite.
Bluesy, nice music on here, with a nice ''roll''...very good stuff on here.
When I first listened to Stormy Monday, I had to listen to it again, it''s done in a rather unique way that I''ve never heard before. Now it''s certainly a favorite of these.
Van the Man is indeed like a fine wine - he only gets better with age
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Kanawha
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Keep ''em Coming, Van!
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2017
Very few entertainers can continue polishing their talents for a half century. And Van Morrison has such great and varied talents indeed. You never know what to expect from each new album...except that it will be of exceptional quality. ''Roll with the Punches'' is more hard... See more
Very few entertainers can continue polishing their talents for a half century. And Van Morrison has such great and varied talents indeed. You never know what to expect from each new album...except that it will be of exceptional quality. ''Roll with the Punches'' is more hard blues than recent albums - lots of classics, and I''ve gotten into it more with each listen, always picking up on some new, pleasing aspect. What a gifted and developed lyricist, composer, singer and musician. We''ve all been blessed that he''s stayed at it.
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Beach Beauchamp
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Gets better with age
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2018
A great cd from one of my childhood idols. One of my favorite bands as a youngster was ''Them'', a bluesy rock group from Ireland. Of course, Van Morrison was the lead singer for the band. Although short-lived with only two albums to their credit, they remain a major... See more
A great cd from one of my childhood idols. One of my favorite bands as a youngster was ''Them'', a bluesy rock group from Ireland. Of course, Van Morrison was the lead singer for the band. Although short-lived with only two albums to their credit, they remain a major influence in rock music, even now. Anyway, this is a great cd, not a bad song on the disc......but that''s exactly what we have come to expect with his every release. Kudos to the man!
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alneman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Back to his Blues & R''n''B roots with a stellar band of high profile friends,having fun, but a far more niche music than usual
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 12, 2017
Van Morrison was a keen follower of Blues and R''nB artists in his younger days, and has a lifelong love and affinity for this type of music. Here he has put together a high quality band of fellow artists, some high profile, such as Georgie Fame on Hammond Organ who he has...See more
Van Morrison was a keen follower of Blues and R''nB artists in his younger days, and has a lifelong love and affinity for this type of music. Here he has put together a high quality band of fellow artists, some high profile, such as Georgie Fame on Hammond Organ who he has recorded and toured with many times before. Others like Jeff Beck on electric guitar, Paul Jones on harmonica and vocals; and Chris Farlowe on vocals are of a similar vintage to Van. It is a mutually supportive band, it sounds like they were having a blast playing together . Blues is not my normal bag, R''n''B a bit more so, but this music will be less familiar to many more mainstream Van fans I suspect, so some may find this a more challenging listen, less mellow, with more raw edges and featured solos. There are many Blues or R''nB standards covered here, such as Sam Cooke''s Bring it On Home to Me; and a morphing of 2 classics, Stormy Monday and Lonely Avenue , which even those less well acquainted with this genre are likely to have heard in several incarnations previously. There are also a handful of new Van Morrison songs which slot in well to the overall mix. The sleeve notes give details of the players on each track, and who the composer was, but does not reproduce the lyrics, which would have been a welcome addition. The individual tracks do not overstay their welcome, sometimes in my limited experience blues songs can be over extended, become rather self indulgent and drag out, but here there are one or two instrumental solos, but the tracks are tightly focussed and generally clock in at between 3 to 6 minutes. 15 tracks in total, makes for a good value collection, well over an hours playing time in total. Other vocalists share the honours, and Van obviously enjoys the vocal interplay , and he also has a chance to play saxophone on several tracks, his original instrument of choice. With his intimate knowledge of the Blues, the stellar band of sympathetic supporting musicians, and excellent , performance, recording and arrangements, this is a worthy addition to Van''s enormous back catalogue of albums. It may not appeal so much to some of his usual audience who are into a mellower vein, but it may well introduce many of them to this more specialist niche of music. At his age, when he has nothing left to prove, then doing some fun side projects with friends is fine, and only adds to his illustrious career and reputation. Overall he is in fine voice throughout, extemporising well on some tracks like Bring It On Home to Me .
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Robert Cousins
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You got to...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2017
This album has been brewing for a while and is a bustling in-your-face album of blues classics of old with some new Van compositions thrown in for good measure. In the overall scheme of things Van is the complete package by way of genres and diversity so when he decides to...See more
This album has been brewing for a while and is a bustling in-your-face album of blues classics of old with some new Van compositions thrown in for good measure. In the overall scheme of things Van is the complete package by way of genres and diversity so when he decides to do a blues album then expect some trade-offs. The real value adders on the guest front are Jeff Beck (electric guitar), Ned Edwards (electric guitar and harmonica) and Stuart McIlroy (piano) but the whole album is pulsating, diverse in sound with Van of course the main contributor and in fine voice. There is rawness, intimacy and eclecticism throughout the 15 tracks with the usual value for money and duration just over an hour. ‘Transformation’ is a mellow track which in some ways belongs to the mood from his previous album and the tribute to his old friend, Mose Allison, in ‘Benediction’ is exemplary. The album oozes with tributes to jazz, blues and soul giants from the past with Van’s own contributions'' not out of place in this hall of fame. For me, his cover of ‘Mean Old World’ is the stand out track with its intimacy and musicians clearly following the instructions from the maestro with optimal delivery.
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limner
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth buying.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 4, 2018
Van and guests are all in extremely good form on this one. I bought it for the blues tracks but was unexpectedly transfixed by the superbly soulful version of Sam Cooke''s "Bring it on home to me". I think it''s worth buying for this track alone without taking the...See more
Van and guests are all in extremely good form on this one. I bought it for the blues tracks but was unexpectedly transfixed by the superbly soulful version of Sam Cooke''s "Bring it on home to me". I think it''s worth buying for this track alone without taking the other fourteen tracks into account - where there are some good things to be found. I was especially taken with the covers of Sam Hopkins "Automobile Blues" and Mose Allison''s "Benediction" but maybe need to listen to the rest a few more times to let it grow on me.
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rapsnotmusic
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A return to form by one of the best in the business (when he stops moaning)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 1, 2017
I’ve got loads of VTM albums. This is a bit of a return to form, which is surprising considering his age. Some of his recent albums have had no stand out tracks at all. Keep up the good work, Van, and stop bleating on about the failings of the music industry and the...See more
I’ve got loads of VTM albums. This is a bit of a return to form, which is surprising considering his age. Some of his recent albums have had no stand out tracks at all. Keep up the good work, Van, and stop bleating on about the failings of the music industry and the drawbacks of fame - you must be as rich as Croesus. Just be grateful you were born with talent and managed to exploit it, and leave those of us who bought your albums and concert tickets to enjoy your best material.
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Tyrone
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First class blues
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 16, 2018
A really great blues compilation. VTM really delivers vocally with the mellowness of age; the song selection is faultless, not a ''dud'' to be heard. The band couldn''t really get much tighter and Beck is a better blues guitarist than I formerly gave him credit for. Played it...See more
A really great blues compilation. VTM really delivers vocally with the mellowness of age; the song selection is faultless, not a ''dud'' to be heard. The band couldn''t really get much tighter and Beck is a better blues guitarist than I formerly gave him credit for. Played it through umpteen times in the car over a couple of weeks and looking forward to further sampling at intervals. Hope he includes some of these numbers in his set at O2 later in the year.
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