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Van Morrison - Belfast Child mp3

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Performer: Van Morrison
Title: Belfast Child
Country: Italy
Released: 1998
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6
Catalog #: KTS 672
Label: Kiss The Stone


1Fire In The Belly
2It Once Was My Life
3See Me Through / Soldier Of Fortune / Burning Ground
4The Healing Game
5Don't Know What It Is
6Sometimes We Cry
7Into The Mystic
8Rough God Goes Riding
9If You Love Me
10Days Like This


Recorded live at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast, Ireland 2 & 3 Febrauary, 1997.


  • Recorded At – Waterfront Hall, Belfast


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