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King Harvest

Formed in New York in 1969 by a trio of keyboard players (Ron Altback, Sherman Kelly, and Davy "Doc" Robinson), along with Ed Tuleja (guitar), Tony Cahill (bass), Rod Novak (saxophone), and David Montgomery (drums), King Harvest really found its stride overseas in Paris in 1970, returning to the states to sign with the small Perception Records in 1972. The band's first single on Perception, a song called "Dancing in the Moonlight," went Top 20 on the pop charts in 1973, and has remained an endearing and enduring rock station staple ever since. The original group recorded a single album, Dancing in the Moonlight, but was unable to repeat the chart success of its first single. A new version of the band formed in 1976, signed with A&M Records, and issued another album, simply called King Harvest, but called it quits shortly after it was released. King Harvest: The Lost Tapes appeared years later in 2007, and the band reunited for its first concert in 40 years in the summer of 2012. Robinson passed away the following December. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi
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Nice cut! Light and easy, just right !
King Harvest/Danc i n ' in the Moonlight--t h e absolute definition of a one hit band/wonder. Against my better judgment, I've always loved it.
A curious inclusion to my Iron maiden station....
Love it so much music isn't what it used to be great music the best
Fun song , put a smile on your face !!
larryshuler6 8
Who doesn't know what a juke box is? Oh snap! I guess I am old too!
ram670
Sherman Kelly is alive and well and living in Ithaca, NY.
chrislangdon
Gary Osborn...a Juke Box (not jute box) was a machine playing records (45s mostly) and were a dime a play, 3 for a quarter. Some of them were very cool with strobe and flashing colored lights. They changed the records periodically to update - and yes - I'm old as dirt.
Tune remixed with Foster The People's “Pumped Up Kicks”.
Ahhhhhhh welcome 2 the 70's!!
lovelovelove
Love this music, is so far away from all this racist music of today, it was all about feeling good and feeling love.
Check out the great version Orleans does!
Awsom song I really like it. King Harvest is a great singer kinda new to listening to his songs but now I really like it as I am getting to know it better.
Great song good 70's music
I can still see everybody dancing to some local band covering Dancing In The Moonlight at Pe Ell Homecoming 1974. Seems like yesterday...
I love the little beat
johnmargie6
Where are they? The world can use some good music from when back then.
One of my favorites
emmamontanez 0
Love it
Wtf......is a "jute" box?
d2000honda
I was born in the 80's and I love this healthy music.....
d2000honda
baker bs....lucky dude you met him.
thats a great story
I had the good fortune to meet Doc Robinson in 2006 and remained casual friends with him until his passing. He always seemed to be in a good mood. Several times while being out and about town, I heard him sing along while a jute box played, Dancing in the Moonlight. One time we were in a Karaoke bar and he sang it. What a pleasure it was to know this genuine man.
jmajette2
Reminds me of mid-term exams, 7th grade, January 1973!!!!!
dreding4
Memories! Aaahhh!
I love this song.
toddkrall5
Miss the 70's!
fnd926
going to be stuck in my head for days
Great Song !!!
One of the best one hit wonders. And all it takes is one to make a band immortal.
"...dancing in the moonlight everybody... "
Remember hearing this on the 4th grade trip to Philly while riding through the city. What a great tune.
Was in Texas when this was on the air waves. Good tune!
I think one-hit wonders are interesting
Again ahead of my time!- But I love this!!?
Rest in Peace Doc Robinson
Time over
where is the bio?
debra_evans0 0
Kinda pagan, kinda funky. Like it.
My favorite song! Clear, flowing vocals and a fine-but-slo w bass line...and the awesome chorus.
I always thought this was Van Morrison? Guess I was wrong for 40 years..
timthewinegu y
I would have sworn this was an early Doobie Brothers record. Nearly indescernabl e . I really thought it was.
When I was a kid this was one of my first records. Played the 45 on my portable record player (dating myself here)....
dlthimble
Ugh I was born in the wrong generation. Why couldn't I grow up with bands like this? Oh well at least I know about them know
Oldies? no no no,,,, CLASSICS :)
I love this song go oldies music
elevator music? what the hell dose that mean? who plays music in an elevator anymore?
spot on martye9e124. this song is painful
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