Kevin Ayers   Shooting at the Moon
Release Date: 1970

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0.0 altertide0 | May 28th 15

Shooting at the Moon is a double-minded record, where silly pop songs co-exist with extended avant-garde improvisations in perfect harmony. "Lunatic's Lament" starts out as a puerile psychedelic tune only to end up in screams and free-form freakout before we know it, poppy "The Oyster and the Flying Fish" fades seamlessly into musique concrete of "Underwater" and "Rheinhardt & Geraldine"'s completely crazy, cut-up middle section is followed by the most beautiful melody Ayers has ever commited to tape. A truly singular album.


4.5 superbzundza | October 3rd 17
4.0 excellenttmthycnnlly | July 10th 17
4.0 excellentElviGemini | July 4th 17
4.5 superbGhandhiLion | April 21st 17
4.0 excellentscaruffi | March 8th 17
4.0 excellentbrokencycle | August 3rd 16
4.0 excellentSandwichBubble | July 25th 16
4.0 excellentSkull917 | April 12th 16
4.0 excellentunkle | November 12th 13
4.0 excellentDRZ | July 13th 13
5.0 classicglidethrou | July 11th 13

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