Van Morrison is one of the most revered singers and songwriters of the postwar pop music era, which means there's no shortage of singers eager to collaborate with him. But according to some of those close to the mercurial Irish musician, there are relatively few he's been longing to work with.
That number increased with Monday's release of Morrison's new album, "Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue." Among his 16 duet partners: Mavis Staples, Taj Mahal, Michael Buble, Natalie Cole, the late Bobby Womack and Morrison's daughter, Shana Morrison.
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