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Baltimore's Mobtown Moon reinterprets 'Dark Side of the Moon'

Baltimore's Mobtown Moon reinterprets 'Dark Side of the Moon'

For decades, music fans have obsessed over Pink Floyd's 1973 masterpiece, "Dark Side of the Moon." It's used as an unofficial soundtrack for "The Wizard of Oz" and performed by countless cover bands. There's a reggae version and even an 8-bit version that would be at home on a Nintendo game. Now, "Dark Side of the Moon" is getting the Baltimore treatment. To celebrate next year's 40th anniversary of the landmark album, Baltimore musicians ellen cherry and Sandy Asirvatham have teamed up to create Mobtown Moon, a new interpretation featuring performances from dozens of local players. They've finished about half of the album and are...

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