Is This the Cumming of Sumer?

by Moongazing Hare

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All songs (except 1 and 7) were originally written and released into the wild by Douglas Pearce as Death In June. I didn't ask for his permission, but I hope he doesn't mind my inhabiting his work for a while. The title and cover art are based on a vivid dream that startled me a few years back. I have loved Death In June for a long time, but not felt directly influenced by his work, despite our somewhat related playing fields. I feel that I have been conquering new mental and emotional territory by gobbling up these songs and trying to make them my own.

Please help yourself! Physician, feel your scalp! Frisian, an eel as whelp. Like John said, you're in no position to heal yourself!

REVIEWS:
Dying For Bad Music: dyingforbadmusic.com/blog/post/2011/06/moongazing-hare-is-this-cumming-of.html
Evening of Light: www.eveningoflight.nl/2011/06/28/review-moongazing-hare-is-this-the-cumming-of-sumer-2011/
Weird Brother: weirdbrother.blogspot.se/2011/07/is-this-cumming-of-sumer-moongazing.html
Skogsgospel: skogsgospel.blogspot.se/2011/06/aterigen-har-vi-dying-for-bad-music-att.html
Underlyd: www.underlyd.org/index.php/item/148-moongazing-hare-is-this-the-cuming-of-sumer

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released June 12, 2011

Loved and recorded by David Folkmann Drost. Also present are Judy Collins, Hiroko Folkmann Drost, Pete Seeger, The Seekers and the wonderful kids of Sønderho.

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Moongazing Hare Copenhagen, Denmark

I try to keep myself warm, calm, loved and out of harm's way. The music is desperately home made and mostly well-intentioned.

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