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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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"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   J u l y   2022

  Man by the Jukebox, 1959 Dave Heath
    [J u b i l e e s : reappearances, recurring & reoccurring moments]
  • Happy 50th Anniversary to Waka/Jawaka by Frank Zappa, Harry Nilsson's Son Of Schmilsson, Trilogy by Emerson, Lake & Palmer, The Slider by T. Rex, The Academy In Peril by John Cale and the breakthrough single All The Young Dudes/One Of The Boys by Mott The Hoople.
  • Happy 40th Anniversary to Imperial Bedroom by Elvis Costello And The Attractions, Billy Idol's self-titled debut solo album, the ditto The Party's Over by Talk Talk, Revelations by Killing Joke, Under The Big Black Sun by X and the singles Love My Way/Aeroplane by The Psychedelic Furs and When The Tigers Broke Free/Bring The Boys Back Home by Pink Floyd.
  • Happy 30th Anniversary to Dirty by Sonic Youth, Gordon by Barenaked Ladies, Your Arsenal by Morrisey, Riktigt Äkta by Landberk, the two double mainly live albums You Can't Do That On The Stage Anymore, Vol. 5 and Vol. 6 by Frank Zappa, the single Lithium/Curmudgeon and a couple of Lithium 12" EPs by Nirvana.
  • Happy 25th Anniversary to Songs From Northern Britain by Teenage Fanclub, Echo & The Bunnymen's Evergreen, The Drop by Brian Eno, Pup Tent by our obvious favourite Luna and Dispepsi by Negativeland.
  • Happy 20th Anniversary to Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots by The Flaming Lips and The Coral's eponymous debut album.
[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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