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First Moog Quartet
Exact repro reissue of this milestone in live recordings of electronic music, originally released in 1970. Kingsley had Robert Moog build three more synthesizers just so he could pull this thing off. The Moog Quartet played the first live performance of synthesized music at Carnegie Hall to a confused audience. This record includes a cover of "Eleanor Rigby" and Kingley's own "Miracles," featuring a line-up of children on vocals. Still genuinely removed from normative notions of time & space.