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Our full moon menus consist of musical dishes from many corners of the world, composed by our world wide web of contributors. A last menu was presented on the full moon night of January 12th 2017, and we're now on permanent vacation. However, every now and then we'll launch some spontaneous, impromptu, improvised or ad hoc articles. Foggy notions, whimsical moves, etc. Watch this space!

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"Rock music is mostly about moving big black boxes from one side of town to the other in the back of your car." (Pere Ubu)

L u n a   K a f é   H Q   J u k e b o x   S e p t e m b e r   2017

  Man by the Jukebox, 1959 Dave Heath
    [J u b i l e e s : reappearances, recurring & reoccurring moments]
  • Happy 50th Anniversary to The Kinks's splendid album Something Else By The Kinks, and to two ace singles of '67: The Who's magic "I Can See For Miles" (b/w "Someone's Coming") and The Bee Gees' poppy, dreamy "(The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts" (b/w "Barker Of The UFO").
  • Happy 40th anniversary to Talking Heads' Talking Heads: 77, to The Stranglers' No More Heroes, and to X-Ray Spex' energetic single "Oh Bondage Up Yours" (b/w "I Am A Cliché").
  • Happy 30th anniversary to R.E.M.'s Document, to Pixies' Come On Pilgrim, and to The Smiths' swansong Strangeways, Here We Come.
  • Happy 25th anniversary to Tom Waits' Bone Machine.
[Photo above by Dave Heath, from Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959]
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