Yorkshire's Moonkyte only made one album, and - though it was supported by John Peel, who wrote the effusive sleevenotes - it sank without trace when it appeared on the tiny Mother label in late 1971. Now, with originals having changed hands for over 1000, Sunbeam is giving it its first ever vinyl reissue, complete with lovingly reproduced die-cut artwork, a replica inner sleeve and a separate insert detailing the band's history, complete with rare photographs. It's nothing short of a British acid folk classic, and is in a strictly limited edition of 500 copies.
01 Search 02 It's the same thing 03 Way out hermit 04 Girl who came out of my head 05 Tapestry girl 06 Bridge song 07 Lead this sinner on 08 Where will the grass grow? 09 Lost weekend 10 Blues for boadicea 11 Happy minstrel 12 Jelly man