Its The Same Thing - Moonkyte - Count Me Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Its The Same Thing - Moonkyte - Count Me Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1971
Label: Metronome - MLP 15.407 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Its The Same Thing - Moonkyte - Count Me Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Count Me Out on Discogs/5(18).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Count Me Out on Discogs. Label: Mother (2) - SMOT 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock5/5(1).
  3. Jul 16,  · Moonkyte were not the first band to do this, certainly The Moody Blues moved through these same lofty skies, as did The Move, with “Fields Of People.” But there’s an innocence to Count Me Out, as if it were never meant for mass consumption or appreciation, more that it was to be discovered by accident, appreciated for what it was at that /5(54).
  4. Apr 10,  · Count Me Out, an Album by Moonkyte. Released in on Mother (catalog no. SMOT 1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Folk, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Dave Ambler (sitar, banjo, flute, keyboards), James Spencely (producer), John Peel (liner notes)/5(10).
  5. Yorkshire's Moonkyte only made one album, and though it was supported by John Peel, who wrote the effusive sleevenotes, it sank without trace when it appeared on the tiny Mother label in Now, with originals changing hands for hundreds of pounds, Sunbeam is giving it to be a great lost British acid folk gem and an absolute treat for all 4/5(3).
  6. While Moonkyte's sole album is slightly above-average early-'70s U.K. acid folk, it also gets a little tiresome in its limited melodic range and whimsical lyrical territory. The tunes are lilting and folky, and the words certainly enigmatic even by some acid folk standards -- not only are they often impressionistic and nonlinear by pop measures, but at times they're pretty goofy, as on one of.
  7. This gentle psychedelic album has many fine moments and incorporated occasionally pop,folk,acid style with eastern scoopficonmylade.tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.co me,this album still sounds fresh scoopficonmylade.tergisuresssurdoubtthoucertirethacde.co example,song like Tapestry Girl was inspired by a psychedelic afternoon in their Museum,where a giant tapestry overlooked the gallery,featuring a woman who came to life just for Dave Stansfield at the time,who tells a story 4/5(3).
  8. Moonkyte were not the first band to do this, certainly The Moody Blues moved through these same lofty skies, as did The Move, with “Fields Of People.” But there’s an innocence to Count Me Out, as if it were never meant for mass consumption or appreciation, more that it was to be discovered by accident, appreciated for what it was at that.

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