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Kensington Market – An Aardvark Named Moog

Brian Tremblay 10 April 2020 398 125 4


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Rock’N’Roll Heaven explores “Aardvark,” the second album from Kensington Market, from 1969. And we find out that it wasn’t just the Beatles who used the Mellotron – Kensington Market did as well!  The band also introduced a new synthesizer sound to their repertoire, the infamous Moog, played by John Mills-Cockell.  This album also marked the end of the band and Brian explores what became of some of the members after the break up.

An Aardvark Named Moog Setlist

  1. The Beatles – Strawberry Fields
  2. Wendy Carlos (J.S. Bach) – Little Preludes For Keyboard
  3. Kensington Market – Help Me
  4. Kensington Market – If It Is Love
  5. Kensington Market – Think About The Times
  6. Kensington Market – Half Closed Eyes
  7. Kensington Market – Cartoon
  8. Kensington Market – Said I Could Be Happy
  9. Rhinoceros – Apricot Brandy
  10. Kensington Market – I Know You
  11. Kensington Market – Have You Come To See
  12. Kensington Market –

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”

Bernard M. Baruch

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