Roll With the Punches - Van Morrison

Roll With the Punches

Van Morrison

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2017-09-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2017 Exile Productions Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Roll With the Punches Van Morrison 3:58 USD 1.29
Transformation Van Morrison 3:31 USD 1.29
I Can Tell Van Morrison 3:51 USD 1.29
Stormy Monday / Lonely Avenue Van Morrison 5:30 USD 1.29
Goin' To Chicago Van Morrison 5:22 USD 1.29
Fame Van Morrison 5:06 USD 1.29
Too Much Trouble Van Morrison 3:04 USD 1.29
Bring It On Home To Me Van Morrison 5:39 USD 1.29
Ordinary People Van Morrison 4:41 USD 1.29
How Far From God Van Morrison 3:47 USD 1.29
Teardrops From My Eyes Van Morrison 3:53 USD 1.29
Automobile Blues Van Morrison 3:39 USD 1.29
Benediction Van Morrison 3:12 USD 1.29
Mean Old World Van Morrison 4:59 USD 1.29
Ride On Josephine Van Morrison 3:02 USD 1.29


  • Van as usual nails it

    By planetjh
    Love his work. This to me at times leans towards Van’s older music and I love it. Amazing that he is still churning out great music. Thank you Sir.
  • Blues Lite

    By bbopinb
    I like Van Morrison, and he has put out many good songs over the years, but to call this album blues is a stretch. Some people believe any musician can play the blues. On the surface, it may be true, but the real blues, deep blues, provides a powerful, sincerely felt music that offers an almost spiritual experience. This album only gives a hint of what the blues is like. If you want to listen to deep blues, check out these artists: The Red Devils, DVL, Johnny Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Supersonic Blues Machine, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Five Horse Johnson, Sena Erhardt, The Hoax (Big City Blues), Larkin Poe (Peach), Greta Van Fleet, Alvin Youngblood Hart, The Cash Box Kings, Black Mountain Prophet, Rufus Huff, The Bluebirds (Louisiana), Anni Piper, Chris Duarte, Trampled Under Foot, The Blues Masters, Gary Moore, Guy Forsyth, James Harman, Jimmie Vaughan, Joe Louis Walker, The Rides, The Nighthawks, The Mannish Boys, Little Mike and the Tornadoes, Jordan Patterson, Cathy Jean, Johnny Hoy & the Bluefish, John Hammond, etc. Also listen to the early electric blues masters: Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Little Walter, Slim Harpo, Lonesome Sundown, Muddy Waters. Big Walter Horton, Lazy Lester, Joe Hill Louis, Jimmy Rogers, James Cotton, among others. The deep blues can easily be found if you are interested. It is worth it. Van Morrison may have made a good album, but it is not deep blues to my ears.
  • it's pretty good

    By JFL4
    I own about 15 Van albums, with many being some of my favorite albums of all time. This one isn't bad, but not a classic either.
  • Keeps on rolling

    By papaguideaux
    Is this his best work? Is it Moondance? Is it Tupelo Honey? Is it His Band and Street Choir? NO! This release sounds like Van left the tapes running during a late night jam. That’s not a bad thing. This bluesy romp is still better than some performers can do in their entire career.
  • Wow!

    By Lake Girl 85
    Van sounds great! Cool blues, sweet jams, awesome album! Love it!
  • Disappointing

    By bruce128
    I've been a VM fan since 1970's Moondance. Roll With The Punches sadly was a disappointment.
  • Back to the Blues

    By No coffee, No workee
    I got the cd the day it came out. I need the iTunes version also. He still takes my breath away when I listen to a new album. You never completely know what genre it will be. The Man does not disappoint this time! Really above the high marks he had already set! One of his best! If you doubt me LISTEN TO IT! He very much so still has it!
  • No, It’s not

    By MondoBoulder
    … blues merely because there are a couple of songs that could be called blues included.
  • Step into Van's juke joint

    By Salmon Kev
    This album is as close as you can get to the "feel and sound" of what used to be called a "juke joint" back in the day. This is where Van lives and feels right at home the most, I believe. I almost feel like I could stumble into a roadhouse somewhere and there would be Van . . playing a set with the house band, if the band had the chops. Van would have a good time too. We all would. Too me, this album gives that authentic juke joint sound, edge. Not an easy thing to do.
  • Van the Man

    By JackB6753
    For the record re: Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home" ... Van did it on his long ago live collection "It's Too Late to Stop Now." Wasn't bad then either.

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