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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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"There is no such thing as good or bad music. Only good and bad listeners" (John Peel)

L u n a   K a f é   H Q   J u k e b o x   M a r c h   2020

  Man by the Jukebox, 1959 Dave Heath
    [J u b i l e e s : reappearances, recurring & reoccurring moments]
  • Happy 50th Anniversary to Egg's eponymous debut album; Band Of Gypsys by Jimi Hendrix; John Cale's solo debut Vintage Violence; Alice Cooper's Easy Action; Let It Be/You Know My Name (Look Up The Number), The Beatles' swan song single before they officially broke up and Brontosaurus/Lightning Never Strikes Twice by The Move.
  • Happy 40th Anniversary to The Psychedelic Furs' self-titled debut album; Stiff Little Fingers' Nobody's Heroes; Tuxedomoon's great debut album Half-Mute; Genesis' first pop album Duke and the two great post-punk singles Going Underground/Dreams Of Children by The Jam and Happy House b/w Drop Dead/Celebration by Siouxsie And The Banshees.
  • Happy 30th Anniversary to Robyn Hitchcock's Eye; Violator by Depeche Mode; Extricate by The Fall; I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got by Sinéad O'Connor and Showtime, Nitzer Ebb.
  • Happy 25th Anniversary to Radiohead's The Bends; Moby's Everything Is Wrong; Succour's Seefeel; Yes by Morphine; Wilco' debut album A.M.; My Brother The Cow by Mudhoney; Only Everything by Juliana Hatfield and Aphex Twin's EP Ventolin.
  • Happy 20th Anniversary to Daisies Of The Galaxy by Eels; We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes by Death Cab For Cutie and Ulver's Perdition City.
[Photo above by Dave Heath, from Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959]
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