This is a compilation of 36 tracks from Moondog's earliest recordings from 1949 to 1995, including various recordings from the New York and European eras, as well as some now-lost singles! The 78s series at the time of their debut and the 1953 EP On The Streets Of New York (all tracks included) are included, as well as material from their self-produced records and various labels (Mars, Epic, Folkways, etc.) with the money they saved from playing and sleeping on the streets of New York. I've been playing and sleeping in the house for a long time. This record is characterized by the rumbling percussion and self-made instruments. In addition to the symphonies and songs of the German period, which are characterized by strings and horn arrangements that give a solemn impression, the bleak and uncanny performances are unlike any of his previous works. The more I listen to this album, the more I realize how unique and rare Moondog was as a performer and composer, and what a wonderful human being he was (at the time, Moondog got tired of being told that he looked like Christ and started dressing like a Viking). So he started to dress like a Viking). ). This is a spectacularly high quality album that shows off Moondog's true nature and essence to the fullest. This is a masterpiece that can be said to be the culmination of the entire period! This is a must have for both new listeners and Moondog enthusiasts!