Caribbean Moon

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"Caribbean Moon"
Kevin Ayers - Caribbean Moon single.jpg
Single by Kevin Ayers
B-side "Take Me To Tahiti"
Released Apr, 1973
Format 7" 45 rpm
Genre Rock
Length 2:54
Label Harvest, Sire (USA)
Songwriter(s) Kevin Ayers
Producer(s) Kevin Ayers
Kevin Ayers singles chronology
"Don’t Let It Get You Down"
(1972)
"Caribbean Moon"
(1973)
"The Up Song"
(1974)
Sire USA single
Sire edition
Sire edition

"Caribbean Moon" (backed with "Take Me To Tahiti") was a Kevin Ayers single, released shortly before his third LP Bananamour. Neither song was featured on the LP but both regularly appeared in his live set at the time. A humorous promotional video was shot for the single;[1] stills from which are featured on the cover.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Caribbean Moon " (Kevin Ayers)
  2. "Take Me To Tahiti" (Kevin Ayers)

Personnel[edit]

  • Kevin Ayers / Guitar, Vocals, Bass
  • Archie Leggett / Bass, Harmony Vocals
  • Eddie Sparrow / Drums
  • Keith Bachelor / Flute
  • Harry Smith / Piccolo
  • Roy Smith-Field / Piccolo
  • Schokomomoko / Inspiration of the album

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Caribbean Moon - Kevin Ayers (1973)". YouTube. 1974-06-01. Retrieved 2016-10-08. 

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