Everything You Always Wanted to Hear on the Moog(But Were Afraid To Ask) - Andrew Kazdin and Thomas Z. Shepard

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    Often compared as an alternative version to Walter Carlos' Switched On Bach, y Andrew Kazdin and Thomas Z. Shepard's "Everything You Ever Wanted to Hear on the Moog (But Were Afraid To Ask)" was released in 1971 to high praise.

    The album explores 4 classical pieces performed on synthesizers. At times the music is awkward or quarky but it explores an area of classical interest not heard much before this era in electronic music including the artificial applause at the end. It too presumably created by synthesizers.
    Everything You Always Wanted To
    Track Listings:
    A1 España 6:17
    A2 Malaguena3:14
    A3 Prelude To Act I; Habanera; Introduction To Act I (Les Toréadors) From "Carmen"5:30
    B Bolero14:33
    Artist Name(s):
    Andrew Kazdin, Thomas Z. Shepard
    Release Year: 1971
    Style:
    Experimental, Symphonic
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Tomi Ungerer, John Berg
    Engineer(s): Raymond Moore, Robert Waller, Stew Romain
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Columbia Records
    Catalog Number(s):
    M 30383
    Location:
    Pitman, NJ
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. Columbia Masterworks M 30383 US 1972
    2. CBS S 73146 UK 1973
    3. Columbia Masterworks MR 30383 US 1967
    4. CBS BSF 9214 1971
    5. Columbia Masterworks SBR 235452 Australia Unknow
    Synthesizers Used
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