Morrison's best album of the '90s still casually hangs out in the spiritual world that served as his home for most of his '80s material, but the mystical touches are at least kept in check for a good deal of the time. Better still is that Morrison sings with a passion that had crawled into laziness during big, and crucial, chunks of his career (most prominently the early to mid-'80s). The songs, or more accurately (as the title makes very clear) hymns, combine the elements that have guided Morrison's best albums -- R&B, folk, pop, Celtic, rock, even gospel -- for a satisfying journey through the mystic and the real. Its double-disc length, however, is a bit off-putting; a spirited rewrite of his last album (1990's Enlightenment) really doesn't need this much space to make its point. But his rambling musings (like the soulfully suave "Why Must I Always Explain") retain a compelling power. - Allmusic review by Michael Gallucci
01 - Professional Jealousy 02 - I'm Not Feeling It Anymore 03 - Ordinary Life 04 - Some Peace Of Mind 05 - So Complicated 06 - I Can't Stop Loving You 07 - Why Must I Always Explain? 08 - Village Idiot 09 - See Me Through Part II (Just A Closer Walk With Thee) 10 - Take Me Back
01 - By His Grace 02 - All Saints Day 03 - Hymns To The Silence 04 - On Hyndford Street 05 - Be Thou My Vision 06 - Carrying A Torch 07 - Green Mansions 08 - Pagan Streams 09 - Quality Street 10 - It Must Be You 11 - I Need Your Kind Of Loving
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