The Mighty Moog ‎– Everything You Always Wanted To Hear On The Moog (But Were Afraid To Ask For)

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Columbia Masterworks ‎– M 30383
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A1 España
Written-By – Chabrier*
6:17
A2 Malaguena
Written-By – Lecuona*
3:14
A3 Prelude To Act I; Habanera; Introduction To Act I (Les Toréadors) From "Carmen"
Written-By – Bizet*
5:30
B Bolero
Written-By – Ravel*
14:33

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LP housed in a company dust sleeve with detailed catalog info about current LP's titled "The Inner Sleeve" dated 1972.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): AL 30383
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): BL 30383
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1 (Stamped)): p MAL-30383-1B 1 p C3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2 (Stamped)): MBL 30383-1J 1 p D3
  • Other (Library of Congress catalog card number): 79-751746

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Matthius.hanson

Matthius.hanson

August 7, 2017

I highly doubt that this originally came out in 1967, since the two titles it references are from after that(Switched on Bolero, which it was also released as, is a reference to Switched on Bach from 1968 and the main Everything You Always Wanted To Hear on the Moog references Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex *But Were To Afraid To Ask which originally was a book from 1969 and made into a film in 1972). Also, considering there were quite a few albums trying to cash in on the popularity of Switched On Bach it'd be pretty surprising that this were done a year prior to it.

August 28, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
This release is not 100% my "cup of tea" but when I saw it on sale for $4 at an Antique store I had to get it. Odd versions of classical tunes using the Moog! It gets fairly boring at times but well worth a listen and I could totally see this being popular at the time of its release. I'd hosestly like to hear more versions of my favorite classical tracks using the Moog, something from Holst's Planets perhaps. If you can stand "The Clockwork Orange" soundtrack, give this release a spin.