Some hip, swinging moog music from Keith Droste. It's from that heady time when electronic music looked like the wave of the future. Most moog music turned out to be a lot of noodling blips and bloops, and it never really caught on. Still, it made for some interesting sounds.
Even at the time moog music was being viewed as a gimmick. From the liner notes:
Before you toss this album back in the bin thinking it's just another one of those cutesy moog things, heed this worning. You're making a terrible mistake.
Check out the treatment of "Michelle," "Aquarius," and originals like "Pressure Cooker." It may not have been all it claimed to be, but it's pretty cool.
- Walk On By
- When You Come Along
- Moog In My Soul
- Sounds Like Love
- T'aint Necessarily Soul
- Smoke Gets In My Moog
- Star Spangled Moog
- Pressure Cooker
Big Band Moog
Indeed, this is a really GOOD LP. I've offered a selection from it before on my Luxuriamusic.com branded SPACE PATROL program before. Never seen the audiotape version before.
If anyone had asked me at the time, I would have thought it was a great idea.