Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Shooting At The Moon (1970) is the second solo album from Kevin Ayers. Following the release of his solo debut, Joy Of A Toy, Kevin Ayers created The Whole World to take the album on the road. Following the tour, the band (including Mike Oldfield, Lol Coxhill, Mick Fincher, Robert Wyatt and David Bedford), found itself in the studio. In October 1970, Ayers introduced the world to the Whole World with the release of his follow-up Shooting At The Moon. Shooting At The Moon is a solid, unique pop record. However, Ayers has presented the material in the guise of progressive, arty rock. No songs in Ayers' discography are more representative of his amiable musical nature than these.
A) May I B) Rheinhardt and Geraldine C) Colores Para Dolores
A) Lunatics Lament B) Pisser Dans Un Violon
A) the Oyster and the Flying Fish B) Underwater C) Clarence in Wonderland D) Red Green and You Blue
Shooting at the Moon
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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