Van Morrison is back with a new studio album. RCA records will release "Duets: Re-working the Catalogue," featuring songs from the artist's fruitful repertoire redone with duet partners, including Michael Bublé, the late Bobby Womack and Natalie Cole. The album, which will focus on Morrison's lesser known tracks, is set for worldwide release on March 24.
Until then, you can check out the record's first single, "Real Real Gone," premiering exclusively on HuffPost Entertainment. The track, which is a feel-good tune that should appeal to "Brown Eyed Girl" fans everywhere, was originally included on the 1990 album "Enlightenment." The new version features the vocal stylings of Grammy award-winner Michael Bublé.