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You Make Me Feel So Free

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Subject: Into the Music, Full Force Gale, Cleaning Windows, Did Ye Get Healed?, Scandinavia (composition)
Collection: 1979 Songs, 1980 Singles, Songs Written by Van Morrison, Van Morrison Songs, Warner Bros. Records Singles
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You Make Me Feel So Free

"You Make Me Feel So Free"
Single by Van Morrison
from the album Into the Music
A-side "You Make Me Feel So Free"
B-side "Full Force Gale"
Released 1980
Recorded Spring 1979
Genre Celtic
Folk rock
Pop rock
Length 4:09
Label Warner Bros.
Writer(s) Van Morrison
Producer(s) Van Morrison
Van Morrison singles chronology
"Full Force Gale"
(1979)
"You Make Me Feel So Free"
(1980)
"Cleaning Windows"
(1982)
Into the Music track listing
"Rolling Hills"
(5)
"You Make Me Feel So Free"
(6)
"Angelou"
(7)

"You Make Me Feel So Free" is a song written by Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and recorded on his 1979 album, Into the Music.

Biographer Johnny Rogan writes about the song "It seems that the surer the singer is of his message, the clearer is his enunciation, and that he is more prone to chew on his words when he is less confident in the song itself. This seems true of "You Make Me Feel So Free", though the message of the title seems clear enough. There are musical compensations in David Hayes' bubbling bass and Pee Wee Ellis' saxophone solo."[1]

Contents

  • Appearance on other albums 1
  • Personnel on original release 2
  • Covers 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Appearance on other albums

Personnel on original release

Covers

Notes

  1. ^ Rogan, No Surrender, p. 150

References

External links

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