Van Morrison - Blue Money sheet music

Sir George Ivan Morrison, by his stage name Van Morrison, was born in August 1945 and is a Northern-Irish singer and songwriter.

He started his career in his teenage years, in the late 1950s.

Morrison played many instruments, among which guitar, harmonica, keyboards, saxophone, and various Irish instruments.

He sings mainly rock music, R&B, blues, and soft rock and jazz, and over the years, he collaborated with many famous artists, for example, Lonnie Donegan, Chris Barber, or Georgie Fame.

Blue Money is one of his greatest songs, written and produced by Van Morrison.

The song is the second of the two Top Forty hits from his album named His Band and the Street Choir, from 1970.

The song has a length of 3:40 minutes, was released as a single in 1971, and stands under the Warner Bros label.

The free Blue Money piano sheet music is considered part of the r&b and rock music genres and was released as A-side, having on the B-side the songs Sweet Thing and Call Me Up in Dreamland.

The composition of Blue Money is made out of great elements, such as guitar and vocals – Van Morrison, piano – Alan Hand, trumpet – Keith Johnson, bass – John Klingberg, guitar – John Platania, and drums – Dahaud Shaar.

Once released, Blue Money had enormous success, also becoming Van Morrison’s third best-selling single, staying on the charts for more than three months, which was amazing at that time.

The free Blue Money piano sheets were loved by the public and critics and were described as a:

superb example of Morrison's loose, allusive white R&B

The story behind the song's lyrics is about the artist promising his lover that they will paint the town together with her blue money.

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