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Moss Elixir/Mossy Liquor
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Album: Moss Elixir/Mossy Liquor
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sinister But She Was Happy
2)    Devil's Radio, The
3)    Heliotrope
4)    Alright, Yeah
5)    Filthy Bird
6)    Speed Of Things, The
7)    Beautiful Queen
8)    Man With A Woman's Shadow
9)    I Am Not Me
10)    De Chirico Street
11)    You And Oblivion
12)    This Is How It Feels
1)    Alright, Yeah (In Swedish)
2)    Beautiful Queen
3)    Shuffling Over The Flagstones
4)    Cool Bug Rumble
5)    Wide Open Star
6)    Each Of Her Silver Wands
7)    Chirico Street, De
8)    As Lemons Chop
9)    Sinister But She Was Happy
10)    Trilobite
11)    Devil's Radio, The
12)    Heliotrope
 
Album: Moss Elixir/Mossy Liquor
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sinister But She Was Happy
2)    Devil's Radio, The
3)    Heliotrope
4)    Alright, Yeah
5)    Filthy Bird
6)    Speed Of Things, The
7)    Beautiful Queen
8)    Man With A Woman's Shadow
9)    I Am Not Me
10)    De Chirico Street
11)    You And Oblivion
12)    This Is How It Feels
1)    Alright, Yeah (In Swedish)
2)    Beautiful Queen
3)    Shuffling Over The Flagstones
4)    Cool Bug Rumble
5)    Wide Open Star
6)    Each Of Her Silver Wands
7)    Chirico Street, De
8)    As Lemons Chop
9)    Sinister But She Was Happy
10)    Trilobite
11)    Devil's Radio, The
12)    Heliotrope
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Robyn Hitchcock (vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ); Tim Keegan (vocals, guitar); Morris Windsor (vocals, tambourine, percussion); Andrew Claridge (guitar); Moris Tepper (acoustic guitar); Deni Bonet (violin, viola, tambourine, percussion); Ntsbuks Bonga, James Fletcher (saxophone); Pete Downdall (double bass); Patch Hannan (drums, tambourine).
  • This two-fer from Wounded Bird collects two of Robyn Hitchcock's mid-'90s offerings, Moss Elixir and Mossy Liquor. Cut from the same surreal cloth (and recorded at the same time), the albums are mirror images of each other, with the former coming in as the "official" release and the latter containing the overflow. It's some of his strongest post-Egyptians work, and having them both (Mossy Liquor was previously only available on vinyl) in the same Hitchcockian green package will please both longtime fans and newcomers alike. ~ James Christopher Monger
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