Ralph Carmichael / Clark Gassman – The Electric Symphony (The Moog Synthesizer)

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    In 1970 Ralph Carmichael released the experimental and easy listening record The Electric Symphony. An instrumental album featuring multi-tracked Moog compositions with a conventional rhythm section. Its a well regarded album of synthesizer based music and noted for it's synth programming and track layering.

    The Moog programming was done by Fred Werner and the music was arranged by Ralph Carmichael and Clark Gassman. the music is critically hailed as up beat and different from it's other contemporaries of the early 1970's.
    The Electric Symphony
    Track Listings:
    A1 All My Life 3:02
    A2 Bright New World 2:55
    A3 The New 23rd 3:15
    A4 I've Got Confidence 3:07
    A5 His Land 4:16
    B1 He's There Waiting 2:55
    B2 A Quiet Place 3:04
    B3 Searching Questions 4:37
    B4 My Little World 2:44
    B5 The New Hallelujah 2:43
    Artist Name(s):
    Ralph Carmichael - Arranger
    Clark Gassman - Moog Synthesizer
    Fred Werner - Moog Programming
    Release Year: 1970
    Year:
    1970
    Style:
    Experimental
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    LP 33 1/3
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Light Records
    Catalog Number(s):
    LS-5541-LP
    Location:
    Waco, TX
    Sources
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