Gershon Kingsley ‎– Music To Moog By

Audio Fidelity ‎– AFSD 6226
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Hey Hey 2:10
A2 Scarborough Fair 2:45
A3 For Alisse Beethoven 2:17
A4 Sheila 2:33
A5 Pop Corn 2:20
B1 Twinkle Twinkle 2:05
B2 Nowhere Man 2:56
B3 Sunset Sound 2:36
B4 Trumansburgh Whistle 2:55
B5 Paperback Writer 2:49



Track B5: Error: Paperback Rider on back cover and label instead of Paperback Writer.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 run out, etched): AFSD 6226 A [unknown initials]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 run out, etched): AFSD 6226 B SN [unknown initials]

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AFSD-6226 Gershon Kingsley Music To Moog By(LP, Album, Promo) Audio Fidelity AFSD-6226 Mexico 1970 Sell This Version
AFLP-82576 Gershon Kingsley Music To Moog By(LP, Album) Audio Fidelity AFLP-82576 Brazil 1982 Sell This Version
BI 1548 Gershon Kingsley And The Moog Synthesizer* Pop Corn(LP, Album, RE) Bellaphon BI 1548 Germany 1973 Sell This Version
AFSD-6226 Gershon Kingsley Music To Moog By - Lo Más Grande En Música Electrónica(LP, Album, RE) Audio Fidelity AFSD-6226 Mexico 1973 Sell This Version
AFSD 6226H Gershon Kingsley Music To Moog By(LP) Audio Fidelity AFSD 6226H Europe Unknown Sell This Version


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October 22, 2003
A solid example of early commercial electronic music. This release originally hit the stands in 1969, only a year since Walter Carlos' 'Hooked On Bach' and also about the time the market was being flooded with like-minded moog cheese. Kingsley's first project without former partner JJ Perrey still shines as a truly groundbreaking piece of work. There's a nice and warm pre-Tangerine Dream feel to these tracks (all covers), particularly evident on his version of 'Popcorn', which sounds better than Hot Butter's 1972 version. Other tracks, such as his cover of 'Scarborough Fair' and 'For Alisse Beethoven' sound way ahead of their time. The lead 'Hey Hey' track is very nice, as well as the most familliar to most listeners. Even the less-impressive 'Twinkle Twinkle' can still grow likeable with repeated listening. Reccomended!