Don Cooper

Howlin’ At The Moon

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Laden with sunshine soaked melodies, round-the-campfire guitars, troubadour vocals and hip hop beats, despite being recently sampled by the likes of hip hop giants MC Search and Dilated Peoples, Don Cooper has previously been resigned to obscurity, but no longer…   Howlin’ At The Moon is first ever “best of” of this enigmatic singer/songwriter, drawing on his Roulette Records output from 1970-1972.

Howlin’ At The Moon is the second release from Delay 68 Records, a brand new label from Cherry Red Records, set to bring you the best in folk, funk, psych, prog, Ye-ye and beat from across the world.

Compiled by, and featuring original artwork and sleevenotes from Andy Votel (Twisted Nerve) and Chris McBride (45 Kings) fans of Andy’s groundbreaking Music To Watch Girls Cry mix CD (an insanely eclectic mix of 75 tracks in 76 minutes!), and the critically acclaimed 2005 smash Folk Is Not A Four Letter Word compilation on Delay 68 will have some indication of what to expect from this enthralling collection of songs from this forgotten sensation.