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Song: Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?
Year: 1983
Lyrics by: David J Haskins
First known live performance:2000-08-24 - Johnny Foley's Cellar, San Francisco, CA, United States
Last known live performance:2017-09-10 - Premier Kultcafé, Budapest, Hungary

Versions:
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? [Studio]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J & Jennifer Folker duet w/ Drumatica providing the backing [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J - Gothic Resurrection Celebration version [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J - Live in Tokyo [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J - Missives From The Burning Stage outtake [Studio]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J And The Gentlemen Thieves version [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J solo version [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J w/ Adrian H and the Wounds [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J w/ James Hall group [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J w/ Soriah - rehearsal [Promo video]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - David J w/ The Upsidedown [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - M.C. Nightshade And The Theatre Bizarre Orchestra version [Live]
Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? - Peter Murpy with David J [Live]

S: Another Beatles connection is your song Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? Is Mr. Moonlight a symbol for nostalgia?

D: Very tenuous connection. The song is all the fond memories we harbour in our hearts and it's just about showing up the good side of nostalgia and its assassination by the powers that be. The whole thing is seen like an Edwardian cartoon and nostalgia is represented by this character Mr. Moonlight.
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID J. by Chris Twomey, SHADES, 1983


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