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Welcome to ...
The Global Music Inn
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!
Archive of menus
"I'm not a rock star. I'm a soft person. I'm not a rock." (Captain Beefheart)
L u n a K a f é H Q J u k e b o x A p r i l 2021
[J u b i l e e s : reappearances, recurring & reoccurring moments]
- Happy 50th Anniversary to Caravan's In The Land Of Grey And Pink, L.A. Woman by The Doors, Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy's self-titled debut album, Broken Barricades by Procol Harum, City Of Gold by Tom Rapp and Pearls Before Swine, Mirror Man by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band and Mike Heron's debut solo album Smiling Men With Bad Reputations by.
- Happy 40th Anniversary to Prayers On Fire by The Birthday Party, formerly - until the release - known as The Boys Next Door, Faith by The Cure, The Flowers Of Romance by Public Image Ltd., Twangin ... by Dave Edmunds, El Rayo-X by David Lindley and The Fall's ten inches EP Slates.
- Happy 30th Anniversary to the debut albums Alanis by Alanis Morissette and The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld, The Fall's Shift-Work, The Young Gods Play Kurt Weill by The Young Gods and Why Do Birds Sing? by Violent Femmes.
- Happy 25th Anniversary to Moseley Shoals by Ocean Colour Scene, Emperor Tomato Ketchup by Stereolab, This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About by Modest Mouse, Shot by The Jesus Lizard and Richard Thompson's You? Me? Us?.
- Happy 20th Anniversary to Mutter by Rammstein, No More Shall We Part by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Just Enough Education To Perform by Stereophonix and Astroburger's EP 2001 A Pop Odyssey, Flight Four.
|[Photo above by Dave Heath, from Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959. The Jukebox lists are also published at our LunaKafeHQ on Facebook.]|
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