|1||Dancing In The Moonlight 2 (Olcott Version) - Arranged, Recorded And Produced By King Harvest|
|2||Dancing in the Moonlight - Remastered 40th Anniversary Edition|
|3||Dancing in the Moonlight 2 (Remix)|
|4||Dancing in the Moonlight (Remastered 40th Anniversary Edition)|
|5||Dancin' in the Moonlight|
|6||Dancing in the Moonlight|
|7||Roosevelt and Ira Lee|
|8||Dancing In the Moonlight (Original Recording)|
|9||Dancing in the Moonlight 2|
|10||Dancing in the Moonlight 2 (Olcott Version)|
|11||Dancing In the Moonlight - Original Recording|
King Harvest was a 1970s American rock band, known for their 1973 hit single, "Dancing in the Moonlight".
Formed by a group of four American expatriates in Paris in 1970, King Harvest was best known for its one US hit single, "Dancing in the Moonlight," which was released in 1972. Although the band had a constantly fluctuating membership, it always included its four core co-founders: Dave "Doc" Robinson (lead vocals/bass/keyboards), Ron Altbach (keyboards), Ed Tuleja (guitar), and Rod Novak (saxophone), all of whom had previously attended Cornell University. At one time, the band consisted of three keyboardists, with Sherman Kelly (who wrote "Dancing in the Moonlight") joining Altbach and Robinson. Sherman Kelly's brother, drummer Wells Kelly, who would later go on to form the band Orleans also served a brief stint in the group both in Paris and in the US. It was Wells who introduced the group to "Dancing in the Moonlight," but he left Paris before the song was recorded. Steve Cutler, a jazz drummer from New York, joined King Harvest for their last six months in Paris, recording "Dancing in the Moonlight" and playing clubs and concerts in Paris and London.