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Obviously, Victor never heard “Only the Moon Man Knows”. It’s “wrinkling sea”, not “whispering pines”.
I’ve heard half a dozen or so different recordings of “Moon Man” and this one is the absolute worst; in fact it has to be one of the most pathetic recordings of anything. Ever! But at least it gave some exposure to Abbot’s house group, The Wino Sisters.