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Author & The Dreamer
Artist: Zeelley Moon
Format: CD

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Label: Zeelley Moon
Rel. Date: 02/23/2024
UPC: 796548552872

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DISC: 1

1. Main Moon Man (5.17)
2. English Pride (9.18)
3. Four Walls (1.35)
4. Killing the Dream (4.53)
5. Where the Wind Blows (9.55)
6. Poison in My Tea (3.54)
7. So Many Words (7.32)

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Zeelley Moon's 2023 album The Author and the Dreamer features seven totally rocking melodic rock vocal tracks including one acoustic and one jazz-rock instrumental that bring to mind the progressive pop-rock sound of music legends Supertramp, with the melancholy of Pink Floyd. With excellent artwork complete with lyrics and intriguing photography, Zeelley Moon's CD packaging features a hardbound book-like Digibook & CD. Zeelley Moon's 2023 album features 7 tracks written by singer-songwriter Pat Molesworth with musical backing from Zeelley Moon band members. Zeelley Moon is a British band formed in 2006, headed by Pat Molesworth and essentially a vehicle for his music production and song writing. The band have performed live many times in the UK though currently are mostly a studio project headed by Pat who has released two albums; 'Zeelley Moon' their self-titled 2017 album and 'The Author and the Dreamer' in 2023. Pat Molesworth plays Piano, Keyboards and lends his vocals on all tracks and writes the arrangements. Though not strictly a progressive Rock band, both albums received critical acclaim from the progressive rock community. The albums itself has been described as multi-genre and genre defying.