Theo Parrish ‎– Moonlight Music & You

Sound Signature ‎– SS 002
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A Music 12:24
B Moonlite 7:55

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Mastered at National Sound Corporation (NSC), Detroit

Music - Special thanks to Tony Ollivierra

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A: 109
B: 123

Repressed in 2016.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): SS 002-A (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): SS 002-B (NSC)

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April 3, 2015
vocal sample in music: "it equals music, it equals birth"


"do you heal things? do you care?"


May 7, 2010
masterful monotony


June 9, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
To build upon the previous person's comments, I would like to add that yes, the music is repetitive (as opposed to "monotonous") but this is a deliberate function of the music to create a trance, an attempt to freeze musical time so to speak.
When listening to the same thing over and again we develop a sense of hypnosis, we loose all grasp of all our moorings to normal space and time. And this, I believe, is exactly what we are presented with here by Theo Parrish. Of special interest is also to note that the title of the track is specifically oriented toward nightime consumption (listening if you will), a fact that lends credence to the assumption that this music not only creates within itself a space and time of its own, a 'frozen' one, but also that the context in which it is meant to be consumed is also outside the bounds of mundane social life, of work and its trappings; it is intended to be consumed in the theatre of the night, the time of ludic activity and play, where the social differentiations that separate us all from each other like an iron grill in our day to day existences are systematically dissolved as we participate together in the music and the dance.
Great track by Theo, nice and minimal and abstract. Peace to all the real house lovers out there: only we know what time it really is.


October 2, 2002

I often find myself humming moonlight. It is very catchy if a bit monotonous.