Here you go kiddies the home of Dr Who the BBC Radiophonic Workshop does a great spacey album.
Fourth Dimension by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
A1. Scene & Heard
A2. Just Love
B1. Fourth Dimension
B2. Colour Radio
B3. Take Another Look
B5. The Space Between
Flowers of Evil showcases Ruth's moog doodlings overlaid with her readings of poetry all done in a sombre and rather creepy way. Not light entertainment but kind of creepily atmospheric for those quiet halloween nights.
In 1971, the Moog synthesist Ruth White released an album called Short Circuits which includes versions of a number of favorite classics. Among them is a rendition of "Les Barricades Mystérieuses" which, under the title "Variations on Couperin's Rondeau ("Les Barricades mystérieuses")," is the only piece on the album which deviates enough from the original for her to credit the result to herself. Her variations involve the piece, played quite quickly, with a descant over the top playing a jaunty medley of bits and pieces, including some of Yankee Doodle. The result is actually rather pleasant. The cover is notable for its psychedelic art.
Files courtesy of Reza. See the previous post's comments for the links.
The Mighty Moog
Andrew Kazdin & Thomas Z. Shepard
EMBASSY EMB -24142. CBS INC. (USA) 1971
03 Carmen (Preludio al acto 1ero)
04 Carmen (Habanera)
05 Carmen (Introducción al acto 1ero Toreador)
In the 1960s, Hyman recorded several innovative pop albums on Enoch Light's Command Records. At first, he used the Lowrey Organ, on the albums Fabulous and The Man From O.R.G.A.N. He later recorded several albums on the Moog Synthesizer which mixed original compositions and cover versions, including Moog: Electric Eclectics, and The Age of Electronicus.
He's still alive at 80 years of age. Age of Hyman