From minimalist composer to Pink Floyd lyricist, with many interesting stops in between, Anthony Moore (a.k.a. Anthony More) has had quite a varied career. Sadly, obscurity, in relation to the music buying public, is the one consistent aspect of his work. More's the pity. Moore's first few solo recordings, which fit squarely into the school of minimalism, give little hint of the idiosyncratic pop music he would later write. However, in 1972, when he joined forces with like minded oddballs Peter Blegvad and Dagmar Krause to form Slapp Happy, his potential for peculiar pop was realized. Moore and Blegvad split the writing duties for the band, crafting songs about spies, Siamese twins and other assorted oddities.