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Simon says

Our columnist and former Cocteau Twin casts his mind back three decades to an unlikely collaboration that resulted in a lesser-known treasure

32 years ago this week, 4AD released the album The Moon And The Melodies. In a nutshell, it sounds a bit like a Cocteau Twins record because it was written and produced by the three of us plus the American composer Harold Budd. I’d say it’s the least well-known of our albums, as it wasn’t credited as a ‘Cocteau Twins’ release, instead it referenced all four of us individually. It felt the right thing to do at the time, although all these years later most people do refer to it as “Cocteau Twins and Harold Budd”.

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