Get Out, Get Under The Moon (single) by Jeudi
From the album
Album Title: Get Out, Get Under The Moon (single)
Home And Yonder
About the Album
Jeudi, the Vintage-Voiced Chanteuse, presents a Vintage Nouveau version of a Jazz Age tune from 1928 by Larry Shaw, Charles Tobias and William Jerome. "Get Out, Get Under the Moon", feels like a melodic tonic for a hot summer night. As the the sun sets on a another cooped-up day indoors, this song beckons and persuades the listener outside to bask in the warm glow of past halcyon nights - - “You’re not alone in the moonlight, though you may be all alone” - - for in this memory-scape, love lingers, remembered kindred spirits dwell, and hope prevails. Is it the moonlit stroll that shakes off the doldrums, or is it the silvery moonlight and musical enchantment that energize? Whatever it is, wherever you are, if you’re feeling down, let this music transport you to a happy time and place, be it the 1920s, or the 2020s.
Get Out, Get Under the Moon
November 3, 2020
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