Daevid Allen ‎– Banana Moon

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1 Time Of Your Life
Bass, Rhythm Guitar – Christian TritschDrums – Pip Pyle
3:27
2 Memories
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Robert WyattWritten-By – Hopper*, Wyatt*
3:37
3 All I Want Is Out Of Here 4:51
4 Fred The Fish 2:31
5 White Neck Blooze 5:50
6 Stoned Innocent Frankenstein 3:22
7 & His Adventures In The Land Of Flip 12:03
8 I Am A Bowl
Trombone – Nick Evans
2:47

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This Reissue (P) 1982 (C) 1990 Charly Records Ltd.
Under license from Charly Records International APS.

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  • Barcode: 0 82333 01502 9
  • Matrix / Runout: LIK CD 63 MPO 01 @@
  • Label Code: LC 8477
  • Rights Society: SPA

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
529 345, 529.345 Daevid Allen Banana Moon(LP, Album, Gat) BYG Records, BYG Records 529 345, 529.345 France 1971 Sell This Version
529.345 Daevid Allen Banana Moon(LP, Album, RP, Gat) BYG Records 529.345 France 1971 Sell This Version
RK CD 452 Daevid Allen Banana Moon(CD, Album, RE, RM) Editions Atlas RK CD 452 France 1993 Sell This Version
CR 30165 Daevid Allen Banana Moon(LP, Album, RE) Charly Records CR 30165 UK Unknown Sell This Version
BELLE 182855 Daevid Allen Banana Moon(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Belle Antique BELLE 182855 Japan 2018 Sell This Version

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December 3, 2016
DAEVID ALLEN - BANANA MOON (Decal CDLIK 63) CD 39m
Though this psychedelic album is from the late-60's it is relatively new on CD, in fact it was released in 1990. BANANA MOON shows Daevid Allen's sense of humour later to be found in Gong. Such titles as Fred the Fish and Stoned Innocent Frankenstein are examples of his humour, but as well as humour there is some excellent music. All I want is out of here is a rather straight forward track with a spacey guitar, deep grating vocals and a good steady beat from the percussion, essentially very little to this track which makes it even more effective. Fred the Fish, the one of humorous title is much like a pub song, a sense of "roll out the barrel" with a fiddle playing and laughter and chatting in the background. White Neck Blooze, of course a bluesy track, is very mellow with female backing vocals and a rather witty false ending. This CD is definitely worth listening to, great music and the sound quality isn't too bad either. Also it's worth comparing to his later work with Gong.
review by Alan Freeman in Audion magazine #25 (June 1993)