The Incredible Moses Leroy was a band, not a person, although Moses Leroy was a person, but he wasn't in the band, he was the band leader's great grandfather. The band leader, Ron Fountenberry decided somewhere along the line the name wasn't working for them (people always thought he was Incredible and he was named Moses, and as you can imagine, it led to seriously high expectations) and so he has changed the name of the band (for other reasons too, I'm sure) to Soft Lightes. With an "e" at the end of light. That part is completely inexplicable to me and makes me want to refer to them as the Soft Light-ies. Which is wrong. Back to Moses. Their CD "Electric Pocket Radio" had this childlike whimsical thing going on that just makes you want to eat cotton candy and skip. Any song with whistling and "la la's" makes me happy. The stuff that came later has a different feel, still fabulous, but not so obviously perfect for the kiddles. They are just finising their first CD offically as the Soft Lightes now. Meanwhile, you can enjoy these two tracks from the first, and a video for "Fuzzy" which is actually cute in its simplicty. Again, these tracks are not from the above pictured CD. That one is filled with lovely songs too, though.
The Incredible Moses Leroy, "It's a Sunday"
The Incredible Moses Leroy, "Fuzzy"
You can also view the video for "Fuzzy" here. Their site is located here, although not much is there currently. Buy their terrific CDs here.