Perrey & Kingsley ‎– The Essential Perrey & Kingsley

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Tracks 1-12 are the complete The In Sound From Way Out!; tracks 13-25 are all but one track ("Pioneers of the Stars") from Kaleidoscopic Vibrations.

Tracklist

The Unidentified Flying Object 1:55
The Little Man From Mars 2:25
Cosmic Ballad 3:24
Swan’s Splashdown 2:15
Countdown At 6 2:49
Barnyard In Orbit 2:24
Spooks In Space 2:00
Girl From Venus 2:21
Electronic Can-Can 2:00
Jungle Blues From Jupiter 2:55
Computer In Love 2:03
Visa To The Stars 2:13
The Savers 1:43
Umbrellas Of Cherbourg 2:42
Strangers In The Night 2:56
One Note Samba - Spanish Flea 2:03
Lover’s Concerto 2:11
Third Man Theme 2:09
Fallout 1:54
Baroque Hoedown 2:24
Winchester Cathedral 2:14
Carousel Of Planets 2:39
Toy Baloons 2:04
Moon River 2:38
Mas Que Nada 2:19
Flight Of The Bumblebee 2:08

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VSD 71/72 Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(2xLP, Comp) Vanguard VSD 71/72 US 1975 Sell This Version
VSD 71/72 Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(2xLP, Comp) Vanguard VSD 71/72 Australia 1975 Sell This Version
VCD 71 / 72 Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(CD, Comp) Vanguard VCD 71 / 72 US 1988 Sell This Version
VCD 71 / 72 Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(CD, Comp, Lon) Vanguard VCD 71 / 72 US 1988 Sell This Version
VCD 71/72 S Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(CD, Comp) Vanguard VCD 71/72 S UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
VCD 71/72 S Perrey & Kingsley The Essential Perrey & Kingsley(CD, Comp) Vanguard VCD 71/72 S UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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philbeard

philbeard

June 10, 2013
referencing The Essential Perrey & Kingsley, 2xLP, Comp, VSD 71/72

Brain-destroying all-time great moog masterpiece, featuring very original arrangements of a load of hackneyed old standards, which are transformed into still-ahead-of-their-time-sounding lysergic trips, cut n pasted together with the precision of Double Dee & Steinski. Just for a start, check out the low-slung unheralded jeepbeat classic interpretation of "Flight of the Bumblebee"...I'm being entirely serious!