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Felt

Me And A Monkey On The Moon

Cherry Red

Released: 21st September 2018

CD+7" - Remastered with bonus 7"£28.99Out of Stock
LP - Gatefold Repress£22.99 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.


Me and a Monkey on the Moon is the tenth and final album by English alternative rock band Felt, released in 1989. It was originally issued on Mike Alway's él label, part of Cherry Red. In a review for Sounds, Roy Wilkinson described it as "perhaps their finest album yet."

The album was recorded at ICC Studios in Eastbourne between 5 and 14 August 1989, after earlier demos had been recorded in Brighton. Lawrence, Martin Duffy and Gary Ainge had moved to Brighton from Birmingham in 1988; but as Marco Thomas had remained in the Midlands, Robert Young from Primal Scream was invited to play bass on the recording. B. J. Cole visited the sessions for a day to add the pedal steel guitar heard on the tracks "I Can't Make Love to You Anymore" and "New Day Dawning".[3]