Becoming blind by car accident on his age of seventeen and since then writing his music and lyrics using Braille for the rest of his musical career - the guru and pioneer of Avant-Garde/Minimalist sounds with Jazz tones influences Louis Thomas Hardin let himself be known widely as Moondog; creating the most ultimate symphonic compositions that remarkably contemporary but also can agelessly reaching the every single joint in Modern Music as if one is a certain loyal fans of Classical recordings and fully symphonic composed record lover should glad and smiling happy for having this opportunity to listening to one of Moondog's finest old album such as this self-titled one. Moondog album was released on the sixty-nine as the complete works of the Big Band and orchestral materials which would giving you a very delighted pleasurement of magic within every parts of its deeper and wider ocean of harmonies reflection and the soft approaches of both the productions and the extra-curricular bonuses surrounding this album. The thick influences from both imaginable Sorcery-land au fantasia and the Sci-fi connections should clearly shown on the composition tracks here like Symphonique #3 (Ode To Venus) and the opening Theme or Stamping Ground through the epic bigger composition entitled Mini-Sym #1 divided into three different vocal tones or the magnificent malefic Witch of Endor all completed in six minutes and thirty seconds but feels like forever endlessly to you. One might fell asleep and dreaming or seeing wonderful things coming out of the supernatural daydreaming caused by this effects of Moondog music performance. the sweetener
The neat and exact profiled works which would written this man's name to eternity long after his prescence gone ...