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Boomkat Product Review:
A devotional love letter to the man Louis Hardin.
Once you know about Moondog, there's little you can do to shake his melodies and rhythm from your head. A personal friend of Charlie Parker, Lester Young, in fact most of the prime period new york jazzers, Louis quite seriously saw one of his main forebears as Bach and there's a remarkable counterpoint in his music between his collection of totally unique, self-designed and made instruments and an apparently innate sense of harmonics.
Comprising some scandalously rare new york eps from the late forties and early fifties with a splash of later material, Moondog should be a lifelong obsession for any person and when you hear his mingus-like horns on the track mr scruff ripped wholesale for "get a move on", you'll know it's just the tip of a very large iceberg.