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"Caribbean Moon" 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, stills from which are featured on the cover.

Track listing

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

Personnel

  • 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




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