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Half A Moon (Is Better Than No Moon) - Various - 1926 (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Other uses. Half Moon, a Iranian film by Bahman Ghobadi; Half Moon (lacrosse), First Nations lacrosse player Halfmoon or Medialuna californiensis, a sea chub native to the Pacific Ocean; Halve Maen (Efteling), a ship swing in the Efteling theme park in the Netherlands Half Moon Festival, a bi-monthly event on Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand; Half Moon Run, a Canadian indie rock group.
  2. Apr 18,  · And in pressing vinyl there is BOTH visual art AND music. Unlike CDs, tapes, or direct digital downloads vinyl embraces visual art. To say that there is no visual art to vinyl is to ignore half of the artistic experience of buying and owning vinyl. More than 80% of my collection is on colored vinyl, picture discs and laser etched discs.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Who Wouldn't / Half A Moon (Is Better Than No Moon) on Discogs.
  4. In the case of Live Album by Grand Funk Railroad, not only were the red vinyl pressings limited to promotional copies, but only one record of the two record set was pressed on red vinyl! Different covers. Often, particularly in the s, Japanese records were released with different covers than their U.S. counterparts. This was often a.
  5. Aug 29,  · Nathaniel Shilkret conducts the Victor Orchestra in "Half A Moon Is Better Than No Moon At All." Johnny Marvin vocal and uke. Recorded Sept. 24, in NYC. Digitally transferred directly from an.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Full Moon on Discogs.
  7. They are in different places and the Full Moon Party is much crazier and full on than the 1/2 moon party. At the FMP expect hordes of 20 somethings wearing neon clothes and face paint, drunkenly wandering around. I'll be at the half moon party next week and can't wait as I like the psy trance sound and the idea of it in the jungle.
  8. Record making techniques were upgraded and improved throughout the decades, but there’s no room for arguments about the following statement – some of the finest vinyl releases were made many years ago, and we’re now here to decide which ones are worthy to be considered the best sounding vinyl records of all time we think every serious vinyl collector should own.