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Snore & Guzzle Radio Hour #13

May 6th, 2009 · 4 Comments


Snore & Guzzle Radio Hour #13

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“In times that are not ordinary / I’m not gonna die in 4/4 time”

~Louis Hardin

This entire podcast is an homage to the blind street busker, Louis Hardin, known to the music world as Moondog. Consider it an introduction, or a work in progress. There are many rare recordings that I’m still trying to assemble. If anyone has the record that he did with Julie Andrews, please contact me. The sequencing here starts in rolling hills, dips down into tranquility, then soars back up to majestic and bombastic heights…be prepared. More on the life of this man coming soon.


Santa Fé
No. 19 – Maybe
Snaketime Rhythms
In Vienna
Oboe Round
Single Foot
The Message ( A Capella Male Chorus) )
Cosmicode – Moondog
Chaconne In A Minor
Romance In G
Dark Eyes
From Art Of The Canon, Book 2: No. 23
Moondog: Synchrony #2
Mother’s Whistler
Sea Horse
From Jazz Book: No. 3
I’m This I’m That
Frog bog
No. 23 – Trees Against The Sky
Oo Debut
Rabbit Hop
Dog Trot
Symphonique #6 (Good for Goodie)
Stamping Ground

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 jenga // May 10, 2009 at 4:45 pm

    so beautiful. this is really making my morning right now. i find myself dressing in lace and wishing i had a parasol to go for a stroll in the park with!

  • 2 martha // Aug 20, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    My all time favorite musician. Thanks so much for this post. I have all Moondogs music on my Ipod, and don’t know many fellow enthusiasts. :)

  • 3 Maxim // Aug 9, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    Je suis également un grand admirateur du travail de Louis Hardin.

    Est-ce cet album que vous recherchez ?

    Et bravo pour vos podcasts qui sont d’une très grande qualité.

  • 4 Snore & Guzzle | —————— // Mar 12, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    [...] Moondog podcast.  Still my favorite. [...]

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