Review #120: Moondance, Van Morrison

#120: Moondance, Van Morrison

You know how they tell you to play Mozart for babies to make them smart? Well, part of me is convinced that someone played Moondance repeatedly for me when I was an infant, because I really strongly feel like I knew every single song on this album. Some of them I could sing along to.




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