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Michael Davidson
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Ahhhhh - MOOG Music - some of the earliest electronic music and some of the most cheeziest.

Nothing else can compare to the sound of your favourite hit or Classical tune done in a "Switched-On" fashion.

MOOG albums seem to have been a brief but very productive fad, and I keep on finding new ones. This is my very modest collection.



  • "The In Sound from Way Out - Electronic Pop Music of the Furture", Perrey & Kingsley


  • "Kaleidoscopic Vibrations - Electronic Pop Music from Way Out", Perrey & Kingsley


  • "The Essential Perrey & Kingsley"


  • "Switched on Gershwin"
    Leonid Hambro & Gershon Kingsley


  • "MOOG plays the Beatles"
    Marty Gold


  • "MOOG Espana"
    Sid Bass


  • "Switched-on Rock"
    The Moog Machine


  • "Synthesizer Electric Sound"
    The Carmets (Japanese)


  • "Golden Hour of Instrumental Hits"
    The Many MOOGS of Killer Watts


  • "MOOG Groove"
    The Electronic Concept Orchestra


  • "More Switched on Bacharach"
    Performed on the MOOG Synthesizer by Sir Christopher Scott


  • "Instrumental Abba - MOOG & Guitars play 20 Golden Hits"

  • "Favourites from Outer Space"
    Various Artists' (Music World)


  • "Golden Moog - 24 Smash Hits"
    (Music World)


  • "Je T'Aime.. Moi Non Plus"
    Baker St. Philharmonic with the Moog


  • "Popcorn & other Electronic Hits"
    The Moog Synthesizer Sound


  • "Everything you wanted to Hear on the Moog... but were afraid to ask for"


  • "MOOG!"
    Claude Denjean


  • "Open Curcuit"
    Claude Denjean


  • "A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You!"
    Douglas Leedy


  • "Christmas becomes Electric"
    The Moog Machine


  • "Moog Party Time"
    (Contour)


  • "PopCorn"
    Electric Coconut


  • "Ticker Tape"
    Electric Coconut


  • "Moog Hits"
    Hot Butter


  • "PopCorn"
    Hot Butter


  • "Electric Hair"
    The Electric Hair


  • "Switched-On Bach"
    Wendy Carlos


  • "Switched-On Bach II"
    Wendy Carlos


  • "Clockwork Orange"
    Wendy Carlos


  • "The Moog Strikes Bach..."
    Sonart Productions Inc.


  • "Chopin A La Moog" - with lots of Strings Attached
    Sonart Productions Inc.


  • "Synthesized Electrons"
    John Santo Plays Bach


  • "Nashville Moog - Switched on Nashville"
    Gil Trythall


  • "Nashville Gold Switched-On Moog" / "Country Moog - Switched on Nashville"
    Gil Trythall


  • "In a Country Moog"
    Gil Trythall, (2LP Collection)


  • "Switched-On-Country"
    Rick Powell


  • "Voyage through his Hits Vol.2", "Cosmos", "Grand Canyon" ,etc.
    Tomita


  • "The Synthesizer Sound Machine"
    The Fantastic Pikes


  • "Space Experience"
    John Keating


  • "Space Experience 2"
    John Keating


  • "Hits in Hi-Fi"
    Keating Incorporated


  • "Sounds Unlimited"
    John Keating (compilation)


  • "An AstroMusical Odyssey"
    Sounds Galactic (John Keating)


  • "Out of this World - Atmospheric Sounds and Effects from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop"


  • "The Amazing Music of the Electronic Arp Synthesizer"
    Gordan Langford


  • Bob Rowe's Music Box


  • "Star Wars"
    Patrick Gleeson


  • "Rocket Man"
    Hugo Montenegro


  • "Sound 2000" (Moog, Organ, Rhythm
    Klaus Wonderlich


  • "Disco Saturday Nacht, Feverish Sounds of 1830"
    Eine Kleine Disco Band (Orange Vinyl!)


  • "Black Mass Lucifer - Moog goes Supernatural with Eerie Electronics"
    Mort Garson



  • Other Non-Moog LPs


  • "Chariots of the Gods": The Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra


  • Data General Computers - A Generation Ahead (1984) (promo comp with George Duke, Freur, Bob James)


  • Mike Harvey (NZ): "Great Expectations",


  • "Score" Duncan Mackay


  • Synergy: "Audion", "Games"



If your interested in MOOG music look here for a "Best of the MOOG" CD
with a track list that includes many MOOG classics.