Perrey & Kingsley - The In Sound From Way Out - Moog Electro LP

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Perrey & Kingsley - The In Sound From Way Out!

Label: Vanguard Phonodisc
Catalog#: VSD 79222
Format: Vinyl, LP

Vinyl is VG+ to VG++ with some light scuffs
Cover has some ringwear

Country: Canada
Released: 1966
Genre: Electronic
Style: Leftfield, Abstract


A1 Unidentified Flying Object
A2 The Little Man From Mars
A3 Cosmic Ballad
A4 Swan's Splashdown
A5 Countdown At 6
A6 Barnyard In Orbit

B1 Spooks In Space
B2 Girl From Venus
B3 Electronic Can-Can
B4 Jungle Blues From Jupiter
B5 Computer In Love
B6 Visa To The Stars

Of Gershon Kingsley's Moog-Work, I would by far pick this collaboration with Jean-Jacques Perrey over Kingsley's "Music to Moog By" any day. While Stan Free's one man band "Hot Butter" is still my top pick of Moog music from the 60s-70s era, "The In Sound from Way Out" is one delightful & kitschy listen.

Where Stan Free did straight musical Moog covers of popular music, Kingsley & Perrey become playful with sound effects acting as musical notes; everything from cartoonish computeresque buzzings to Space-Age bleeps to a junilant baby's giggle. If you're one of the many folks these days who like to throw retro-martini parties complete with smoking jackets, shriners' caps, Hawaiian grass skirts, bowling shirts and bongos, than I can say without a shadow of a doubt that you have found the perfect soundtrack for your fiesta. Don't delay! This album, with tracks like Cosmic Ballad and Spooks in Space is way-hep!

Little Man from Mars - Perrey and Kingsley

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Format LP
Label Vanguard Records