Just another site that's giving you hard to find music

These will be some Rarer tunes (Mod, powerpop, punk, ska, - if it's got a good sound I'll post it) ripped from my vinyl collection. The idea is that now you Know about them, You can seek them out!
If anyone is unhappy about any of these posts please contact me & I will take them off

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Rory Moon - Little Wond'ring Why (1981)

b/w - See her Now

Here is the 2nd time Rory Moon tried for fame & fortune with this beatlesque powerpopper.

(it was originally released in Holland, Germany & Belgium on EMI in 1977, where he was joined by the Silver Stars)

If you want to know if the "mixes" are the same, pop over to Sing Sing & work it out for yourself!

Sounds & Scans below



  1. This site looks like great. Tons of good records posted here. Cool! Is there any chance to hear some other obscure records here from The Dalmatians, Star-Beats, Radio Radio, Skeets Boliver, Broadside Outcasts, Dealer or Seedy Gees? I'd be very pleased if you do. Thanks!
    Keep up the good work!

  2. I can help with a couple of those - must admit I don't know the 45 from "the Dalmations" - more info please!!

  3. The Dalmations had 2 tracks on a 12" comp on Dogrock Records (SD-102) (Dalmations tracks are 'Supermarche' and 'It's No Fun Anymore') followed by a 7" 'Colourful World' / Women Against The World' (SD-103) both dated 1982. Apparently they flirt with post-punk and powerpop, but who knows?

    I haven't added the 7" to the discography yet because Music Master says 12/82 for the comp 12" which means the 7" would have come later (1983). But, I have a feeling the 12" was earlier so I'll probably add it when I get round to updating.

  4. Band's name isn't Dalmations. The correct name is The Dalmatians. I only know the single ''Colourful World'' on Dogrock (1982). They played powerpop. I had a copy of it, unfortunately missing today.


    Here's the B-side by Neville Wanker if it helps.


    & Thanks!


  5. Thanks for the info WT & Howard (also thanks for the rip)
    I've had "Women against the world" sent to me & it's more in the category of post-punk (& to be honest didn't do much for me!!)

    listen for yourselves


  6. Thank you for another fantastic single. This site is very very good.

  7. Thanks for the Dalmatians flip. Though I still remember Colourful World as the hit side.

    Keep on rockin'