All That Ive Got - Universal Honey - Earth Moon Transit (CD, Album)

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Visit our What to Watch page. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. She shouted about how the session was "canceled" She just didn't understand what was happening. I must add that Larry say's that story isn't quite correct, in fact he doesn't remember anything about it.

Matthew Moore Songs. I'm last. I have so many distant memories of the Moon years, and they all jumble together, it's hard to organize them in a coherent and factual way that will convey the spirit and dedication of those times. I feel the experience as a gestalt mass of totally analyzed and properly organized occurrences combined down to a really nice memory. But Hell, I've had years to do this, so I can accept the fleeting moment it warms me when I think of it. I will never regret the feeling of progress and accomplishment that was always happening at each recording session.

We all were without question, heading for the same goal. That's rare in any time frame, to gather more than one or two humans for a pure cause. We didn't even think about the oddity of the situation, we simply worked toward the goal and didn't stop till we finished.

The first album was a personal 'Grand' accomplishment for each of us, and for all of us as a group. The 'World Wide Rejection", was a painful failure for us all as well. We considered not recording again, but we had an open contract with Imperial Records to do another album, so I think Drew Bennett was unwilling to continue because of the powerful feeling of rejection and apparent disapproval from the public. He may disagree, and we all felt the pain of not being accepted and appreciated, but we decided to give the world one more chance at the Moon.

Drew decided to leave the group. He actually rejoined the group in October of There were many nights that were fruitless. We had hundreds of takes that were lost due to technical problems, clicks, hums, power surges, bad human noises that got on tape, and we even had a rain storm that made the roof leak. Pizza deliveries, Chinese food, crash at dawn, start again at dusk. We actually didn't know if it was day or night for several days at a time.

I went on after the Moon. I wrote songs and tried hard to find recording artists to place them with. I continued to record my own songs. Attempts at procuring contracts for releases of songs as singles, in hopes of landing a recording arrangement for album projects. And in my brother Daniel Moore hooked me up with Leon Russell.

Leon was partnered with Denny Cordell, who was the discoverer of Joe Cocker. So Denny Cordell and Leon Russell had to put a group together rather quickly to fulfill the contractual requirements, and have a good situation develop from a potential disaster.

Love and Rockets' Earth, Sun, Moon reins in the rampant excesses of Express while remaining psychedelic; the near white-out of the cover gives a clue to the music, as many of the songs emerge from a soup of white-noise guitar distortion. Much of the record addresses, in its nebulous fashion, hope and disappointment; the title track and "Youth" are two of their most simple, yet most affecting.

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  2. Earth Moon Transit Universal Honey Format: Audio CD. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. All That I've Got Suprise Suprise Bullet From A Gun Let It Fade.
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  4. Oct 22,  · Be all that as it may, none of the tracks found on Without Earth even managed to chart on Top 40 Radio, leaving The Moon off course, awash in a sea of music that was rapidly changing, and finding a home, if not a bit of cult status, in the hearts and minds of those for whom pop-psychedelic was totally irresistible/5(26).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From The Earth To The Moon (Music From The HBO Miniseries) on Discogs.4/5(3).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From The Earth To The Moon (Music From The HBO Miniseries) on Discogs. Label: Play-Tone - EPC 2,Epic - EPC 2,Sony Music Soundtrax - EPC 2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop, Classical, Stage & Screen.
  7. Certainly falling under the magical Beatle-esque influence, though sounding a bit more like The Left Banke and The Zombies, The Moon was one of those second tier groups that blossomed during the late 60’s, just at the music scene was in the flux of change, and received little support from their label Imperial Records, with both albums released virtually unheard other than by fans of the.
  8. The Moon - Without Earth () • • • • • Mothers And Fathers • Pleasure • I Should Be Dreaming • Brother Lou's Love Colony • Got To Be On My Way • Som.
  9. Be all that as it may, none of the tracks found on Without Earth even managed to chart on Top 40 Radio, leaving The Moon off course, awash in a sea of music that was rapidly changing, and finding a home, if not a bit of cult status, in the hearts and minds of those for whom pop-psychedelic was totally irresistible.

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