A second album produced with Guercio featured one of Moondog's daughters as a vocalist and contained song compositions in canons and rounds. The album did not make as large an impression in popular music as the first had. The two Columbia albums were re-released as a single CD in 1989. 2005 The German Years 1977–1999, ROOF Music. 2005 Un hommage à Moondog tribute album, trAce label. 2006 Rare Material, ROOF Music. 2007 The Viking Of 6th Avenue (disc inside biographical book), Process. ISBN 978-760822-8-6).
Rare Material is actually the second double CD set of this blind, Viking-garbed, d composer's "rare material" released by the German ROOF Music label, which thankfully seems dedicated to documenting Moondog's musical legacy - albeit in a rather scattershot manner. And what about that mind-boggling 1957 children's album, Tell It Again - an unlikely collaboration between Moondog and Julie Andrews (yes, that Julie Andrews!) Let's hope ROOF Music has these Moondog rarities and many more waiting in the wings for future releases.
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Moondog is the fifth album by American composer Moondog. Moondog had released no music for twelve years since his 1957 album The Story of Moondog. Finally, in 1969, producer James William Guercio invited him to record an album for Columbia Records. The resulting album compiled various music which Moondog had been working on since the 1950s.
Moondog, Rare Material. We get a taste of that era on the disc two, which includes scratchy, manic tunes such as Rabbit Hop (from the 1955 album Moondog and his Honking Geese), Avenue of the Americas (1953), complete with passing car noises, and the beautiful All Is Loneliness (1949), his first record. The first CD features the scores he recorded with London Brass, London Saxophonic and classical saxophonist John Harle, nicely recorded and often accompanied by the composer on a solemn, pumping bass drum.
Moondog - Heath On The Heather 05:01. Moondog - Torisa 04:08. Moondog - Shakespeare City 12:19. Moondog - Frankanon 04:40. Moondog - You Have To Have Hope 02:06. Moondog - A. Sax 01:58. Moondog - Reedroy 02:08. Moondog - The Cosmicode 03:10.