|A1||Ain't Nothin' You Can Do||3:44|
|A3||Into The Mystic||4:31|
|A4||These Dreams Of You||3:37|
|A5||I Believe To My Soul||4:11|
|B1||I've Been Working||3:55|
|B5||I Just Wanna Make Love To You||5:14|
|C1||Bring It On Home To Me||4:40|
|C2||Saint Dominic's Preview||6:17|
|C3||Take Your Hand Out Of My Pocket||4:04|
|C4||Listen To The Lion||8:41|
|D1||Here Comes The Night||3:14|
|K86007, 2BS 2760, K 86007||Van Morrison||It's Too Late To Stop Now (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||K86007, 2BS 2760, K 86007||UK||1974|
|839 166-1||Van Morrison||It's Too Late To Stop Now (2xLP, Album, RE)||Polydor||839 166-1||UK||1989|
|31453 7453-2||Van Morrison||It's Too Late To Stop Now (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||Polydor, Exile Productions Ltd.||31453 7453-2||US||1997|
|2BS 2760||Van Morrison||It's Too Late To Stop Now (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||2BS 2760||US||1974|
|WB 86 007||Van Morrison||It's Too Late To Stop Now (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 86 007||Germany||Unknown|
It's Too Late to Stop Now is a 1974 live double album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. It features performances that were recorded in concerts at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, California; the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and the Rainbow in London, during Morrison's three-month tour with his eleven-piece band, the Caledonia Soul Orchestra, from May to July 1973.
All lyrics from It's Too Late To Stop Now album, popular Van Morrison songs with tracklist and information about album. More Van Morrison albums. Duets: Re-working The Catalogue.
More albums from Van Morrison: Duets: Re-working The Catalogue by Van Morrison. Magic Time by Van Morrison. It’s Too Late to Stop No. olumes II, III, IV & DVD by Van Morrison. The Healing Game by Van Morrison. Born To Sing : No Plan B by Van Morrison. Down The Road by Van Morrison. The Skiffle Sessions: Live In Belfast 1998 by Van Morrison.
Album + Compilation + Live. WB 86 007. It's Too Late to Stop Now. 2 (unknown). US. It’s Too Late to Stop Now.
Van Morrison, one of the few (Roger McGuinn and the Band are others) for whom the American musical tradition is passionate and alive, loves this tradition with the insight and fervor of a foreigner. There’s no more zealous flag-waver than a citizen by adoption (it’s significant that all but one member of the Band are Canadian). Morrison’s ardor doesn’t require him to imitate the past; his music is so suffused with it, that everything he writes and sings expresses and interprets the past in light of the present, and the present in light of the past. With no Their Satanic Majesties Request to live down, It’s Too Late to Stop Now, his 11th album including two he did with Them, celebrates the entirety of Morrison’s career. And unlike Bob Dylan’s recent tour, for example, these recordings are not a mere remembrance of things past.
Van Morrison will release a new live set from the concerts that spawned his classic 1974 concert album It's Too Late to Stop Now. The new set, titled. Volumes II, III, IV & DVD, includes three CDs and one DVD culled from Morrison's May and June 1973 at Los Angeles' Troubadour, the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and London's Rainbow. The new album collects the remaining songs not included on the original 1974 album on three volumes and adds a DVD featuring the July 23 show in London – footage that aired on the BBC in the '70s. You can see a full track listing for. Volumes II, III, IV & DVD below. In addition to the new collection, the original version of It's Too Late to Stop Now will be remastered and reissued in two-CD and two-LP sets It's Too Late to Stop Now.
Artist: Van Morrison. Volumes II, III, IV, & DVD. Label: Legacy Recordings. Three previously unreleased concerts from the defining, whirlwind ’73 Caledonia Soul Orchestra tour. Whe. t’s Too Late To Stop No. as originally released in the bleak Nixon winter of ’74, everyone-and I do mean everyone-tripped over themselves to hail the two-LP set as one of the greatest live renderings of the rock era. And yes dammit, we were right! But was it rock?
Van Morrison's iconic live album, It's Too Late to Stop No. gets a special remastered rerelease with three more volumes and a DVD release this week. Check out the tracklist and DVD material below.