Saturday, 9 June 2012

Moog Party Time (1973)



Fairly standard but very listenable album of moog covers.

My highlights are the fine versions of Popcorn, Song Sung Blue, and Son Of My Father, with What's Your Name and Horse Theme being very good, too.

I hope you enjoy it and please comment if you do!

Album Preview - Son Of My Father

15 comments:

  1. http://www.mediafire.com/file/78ifshgdtsjan9a/ELW_116_MgPrtyTme73.zip

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    1. Hola buenas.
      Escribo 2 comentarios de agradecimiento y no se publican. De todas las maneras mi agradecimiento, pero visto, vamos a llamarle, ¿desprecio? no comentaré más.
      Salud....

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    2. Hola Jesús

      Lo siento que sus comentarios no fueron publicados antes, he estado ocupado trabajando y no he tenido tiempo para moderar los comentarios hasta ahora.

      Gracias por su interés en mi blog!

      Un cordial saludo,

      Mark (gracias Google Translate!)

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  2. Cheers Mark for an old favourite.

    VR

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  3. Mark,

    This is a quality rip, great stuff!!

    VR

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  4. Gracias, muy bueno

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  5. Outstanding! I love Contour albums, and I also love Moog tunes, so this album is really a top choice! Thank you!!

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  6. Hola Mark.
    He descubierto este maravilloso blog y me parece que estoy soñando.
    Muy agradecido por tu interés en difundir la cultura tu buen hacer.
    Un admirador y seguiremos.
    Un abrazo y salud...

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  7. Mil gracias por tu buena música
    Un abrazo.

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  8. Thanks, this is a very pleasant listen and a large cut above the usual "Moog novelty records" of the time. Analog synth FTW! I have only just started digging to see who programmed/performed this music - apparently it's a mystery.

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  9. Takes me back this track.:)

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  10. Excellent... [twiddles fingers]

    www.driftinghighplains.blogspot.com

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  11. I just ripped this last night from vinyl. Sounded amazing compared to my 80's/90's stuff in terms of the quality and production values. The album belonged to my Dad, who, like me is a synth fan; I'm 39 and I have inherited the album after him noticing I loved it more than he did! I'm going to upload to YouTube shortly

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  12. Sometimes...Words doesn't really cut it!
    All i can say is THANX-a-MILLION! :-D

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  13. Great find. The track "Listening to Mozart" was arranged by Daniel Vanguard aka Thomas Bengaltar's father.. Thomas of Daft Punk :)

    J Dilla sampled it on his demo "And I Wanna Escape w/ Nico"

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