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Music To Moog By

Otherwise known as, 'Music to seduce beautiful girls by'. Give it a try today.

This beautiful Audio Fidelity release showcases Gershon Kingsley's considerable skill with the Moog synthesizer, covering such popular tunes as "Nowhere Man", "Scarborough Fair", and "Paperback Rider" (sic) along with six of Kingsley's original compositions.

In the 60's, an expensive stereo system, a bottle of wine and a record like this one were all you needed to properly secduce a member of your favorite sex. Sheila Benow, the artist who designed the cover art on Music To Moog By, must have known this -- yes, those are nipple flowers growing out of the Moog (click the picture for a closer look).

I don't know how many people actually used records like this in their intended fashion, but I'm single, I like wine, and I have a nice stereo system, so if you're an available female and you'd like to try it -- drop me a note.

Music To Moog By
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Songs:

Twinkle, Twinkle (MP3) A psychedelic version of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Just what you need when the LSD kicks in.
Paperback (MP3) Actually, it's the Beatles' Paperback Writer, misidentified on the album jacket.
Nowhere Man (MP3) Kingsley gets a little crazy on this Beatles hit, but what the hey? Live a little.

See Also: Enoch Light Presents Spaced Out, Moog!

Your Comments:

Scat Cat says:
I love Eating Poop!!! (02-03-2004)

Jose Saez (taliesin[without-this]@terra.cl) says:
Amazing. I loved the Moog sound when i was a kid. They used to play this kind of music on TV ads... Now i'm 30 years old and own four synths. Two of them are Virtual Analogues, and now i'm striving to get that little off-tune Moog sound. Compared to these guys from the 70s, i suck. (02-01-2004)

Paul (BarkingHare@Excite.Com) says:
Listen to this tripping? Hell, no! You'll see me in the paper the next day for killing all of New York. On tippy toes, no less. (01-03-2004)

JJ jackson (jsaw2003@AOL.COM) says:
NOPE NOT FOR ME (12-18-2003)

Sanchie Boots says:
Out now on CD: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000C3ICX/qid=1070845036/sr=1-2/ref=sr_1_2/103-5024849-1104610?v=glance&s=music (12-07-2003)

Sanchie Boots (heliogabalus_1ATyahooDOTcom) says:
hmm... Popcorn's one of my fave analogue synth records ever, but this is pure mozarella. Good though. (12-07-2003)

Homer (Kraftwerk_x@hotmail.com) says:
this stuff is cheesier than my feet after a day of work in the smelter... (11-13-2003)

Ken says:
Man, this stuff rocks!!! I wonder if guys like Gershon influenced John Carpenter. All his '80's movies have music that sounds just like this! (06-13-2003)

boon says:
wow i love your site my best mate and i used to wow over my grans mrs mills album "come to my party" and now i found your arcives realy funny stuff im shure you egnore the people who bash this site you shoud, your doing a great job keep it up (05-27-2003)

jason says:
whoa......this is awesome....
from goobly synth to proto/classical white funk, hey! Good stuff. (03-26-2003)

cassiE says:
YOUR SITE REALLY REALLY REALLY SUCKS ALOT!!!! (03-22-2003)

Stripe says:
My father had this album in his collection. Pretty scarey stuff. (02-17-2003)

Snarky says:
The Albany Public Library (that's Albany, CA) used to loan this LP. This and the soundtrack to Halloween II...sigh... (01-12-2003)

kcrv1@gte.net (mkelly9@gte.net) says:
gyrew (11-26-2002)

mkelly9@gte.net (kcrv1@gte.net) says:
9d9 (11-26-2002)

ANDREW DUNNE (JOHNDUNNE6@AOL.COM) says:
WHY INST THERE A FAN CLUB FOR ALL WHO PLAY THE MOOG SYTHIZERS IF ANYONE INTRESTED WRITE TO ME AT
16 DARTFORD ROAD
SEVENOAKS
KENT
TN133TQ UK (10-07-2002)

Dyo lankester (aldgate@bigpond.net.au) says:
I thought I had everything from gershon Kingsley and jean Jaques Perrey. You beat me to it! Is they album still for sale?
regards
Dyo lankester
West Australia (09-21-2002)

Entropydave (dave@entropy.freewire.co.uk) says:
Sheila Benow was/is married to Kingsley, so presumably they are her nipples, all nine of them.

Ho hum.... (09-08-2002)

Extream says:
EVEL IS THE MAN! (07-16-2002)

Synthstream (synthstream@attbi.com) says:
Check out Synthstream internet radio, we play lots of stuff like "Music to Moog By" and works great on dialup!

http://home.attbi.com/~synthstream/

If you like records like this one, you'll like Synthstream. Enjoy! (05-27-2002)






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