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Songs of Sense and Nonsense
Moondog, Julie Andrews & Martyn Green
January 1, 1957
℗ 2009 Poppydisc
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Bedtime Songs and Lullabies
November 9, 2009
℗ 2009 Poppydisc
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Un Peu De L'ame Des Bandits
Un Peu de l'Âme des Bandits is the second album by Belgian avant-rock band Aksak Maboul. It was recorded at Sunrise Studio in Kirchberg, Switzerland in February and August 1979, and released on LP in January 1980 on founding member Marc Hollander's Belgian independent record label, Crammed Discs. At the time the band had changed the spelling of their name to "Aqsak Maboul", and this is reflected on the album's record sleeve. When the album was re-issued on CD in 1995 the spelling of their name reverted to "Aksak Maboul".
In addition to the Aksak Maboul line-up at the time, the album also featured ex-Henry Cow musicians Fred Frith and Chris Cutler whose contribution and names helped bring the album to the attention of a wider audience. Aksak Maboul's co-founder, Vincent Kenis did not play on this album, although he did arrange two of the tracks.
The Electric Lucifer
The Electric Lucifer is an album by Bruce Haack noted for its originality and innovative use of acid rock and electronic sounds. AllMusic describes it as "a psychedelic, anti-war song cycle about the battle between heaven and hell." Haack used a Moog synthesizer and his own home-built electronics, including an early prototype vocoder. It was originally released on LP in 1970 and has been re-mastered and re-released on CD several times. The 2007 Omni Records CD release included a radio interview from 1970 and an alternate version of "Electric To Me Turn" as a bonus track. "Song of the Death Machine" and "Word Game" both feature vocals by Chris Kachulis. The lyrics mention concepts such as "powerlove" — a force so strong and good that it will not only save mankind but Lucifer himself. It remains Haack's only album to debut on a major label and was featured heavily in the 2004 documentary Haack: The King of Techno.
Sax Pax For A Sax
Sax Pax for a Sax was a collaboration between the London Saxophonic and the blind musician, composer, and performer Moondog. The album was recorded in 1994 and released on November 28, 1997. The album marks Moondog's re-emergence into the American jazz market.
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