An Australian progressive outfit, King Harvest were formed in Melbourne by vocalist Leo de Castro in 1970. Although an exceptionally promising outfit, King Harvest only released twos ingles, our featured track as well as a great version of The Stones' "Jumping Jack Flash", which was a 6 and a half minute version, spreading to both sides of the single. They split shortly after its release, with de Castro going on to form "Friends" in 1972, although de Castro reformed the band as De Castro and New King Harvest at the end of 1973 and then moved on to a funk band called "The Johnny Rocco Band". 

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King Harvest - 1973 - Dancing in the Moonlight - 4/5



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