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3.39 | 13 ratings | 2 reviews | 15% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The End of the TV-Programme (0:54)
2. On a Saturday Night (3:41)
3. A Real Good Time (3:34)
4. Talk of the Town (2:43)
5. Candles (3:51)
6. Cloudy Sky (5:33)
7. Sundance (3:22)
8. Burn It Down (3:48)
9. Distant Stars (3:50)
10. Song for Sandy (5:47)
11. Dreaming (6:34)

Total Time 43:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Jürgen Drogies / guitars, vocals, synthesizers
- Norbert Drogies / drums, percussion, bass
- Rainer Neumann / saxophone
- Serge Weber / piano, clavinet, synthesizers

Releases information

LP Brain Records 0060.009 / LP Brain Records 0060.009 (different cover)

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THIRSTY MOON A Real Good Time ratings distribution

(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(15%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
Good, but non-essential (31%)
Collectors/fans only (15%)
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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Forth album of this little known band from Germany. Another album with intresting and funy cover art A real good time from 1976 is another worthy album. This time no more lenghty pieces, all are under 6 min and in some parts they sound little, just little more mainstream as on You'lll never... Jazz rock with brass passages and here and there some progressive elements added, a good combination but I think the album sounds date it in some parts, like on On a Saturday night , a bland and dull piece, totaly forgetable. The music begun really to move with A real good time , Cloudy Sky or Sundance, quite good pieces that incapsulates everything Thirsty Moon has good to offer in thet period. Maybe not as solid as You'll Never Come Back but defintly worth checking out. 3 solid stars, nothing more or less. One of the bands that somehow gone unnoticed when talking about german bands from the'70s.

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4 stars Back in the mid 1970's this was the first lp by THIRSTY MOON that I had ever heard. I heard it on a college radio station and was blown away by the fluid and yet heavy sound of this Hungarian krautrock band. The music featured is a heady mix of guitar jazz/rock,fusion,space,metal and progre ... (read more)

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