presents...

Music To Moog By

Otherwise known as, 'Music to seduce beautiful girls by'. Give it a try today.

This beautiful Audio Fidelity release showcases Gershon Kingsley's considerable skill with the Moog synthesizer, covering such popular tunes as "Nowhere Man", "Scarborough Fair", and "Paperback Rider" (sic) along with six of Kingsley's original compositions.

In the 60's, an expensive stereo system, a bottle of wine and a record like this one were all you needed to properly secduce a member of your favorite sex. Sheila Benow, the artist who designed the cover art on Music To Moog By, must have known this -- yes, those are nipple flowers growing out of the Moog (click the picture for a closer look).

I don't know how many people actually used records like this in their intended fashion, but I'm single, I like wine, and I have a nice stereo system, so if you're an available female and you'd like to try it -- drop me a note.

Music To Moog By
(click picture to magnify)
Send a Postcard! Next Exhibit


Songs:

Twinkle, Twinkle (MP3) A psychedelic version of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Just what you need when the LSD kicks in.
Paperback (MP3) Actually, it's the Beatles' Paperback Writer, misidentified on the album jacket.
Nowhere Man (MP3) Kingsley gets a little crazy on this Beatles hit, but what the hey? Live a little.

See Also: Enoch Light Presents Spaced Out, Moog!

Your Comments:

Schraff (laschraff@hotmail.com) says:
"In the 60's, an expensive stereo system, a bottle of wine and a record like this one were all you needed to properly seduce a member of your
favorite sex." You forgot the pot, Frank. Lots and lots of pot. At any rate, pardon me while I kick myself for being too young to have swum in the swinging sea of grooviness.. (03-29-2002)

minimoog mike (fjp@fantasyjackpalance.com) says:
I'll be frank.

I've got a pretty damn good collection of moog mp3 files that I created myself from vinyl and rare compact discs. I think there ought to be a site (underground) where folk can download this stuff proper, as well as upload it for others to access.

What do think folks?? Are you with my idea or agin' my idea??? No more swappin' just everybody sharin'!!!!

fjp

(ps - come see my minimoog p?rn section at:
http://www.fantasyjackpalance.com/fjp/sound/synth/synthdata/16-moog-minimoog.html) (01-28-2002)

Frank says:
Tom, contact Ron Burns, he has most of these I think. His contact info is below. (01-13-2002)

Tom Fenton (chilly@libcom.com) says:
If anyone has any of these records(or even cds),and would like to sell them,let me know. Resonable prices please! (01-11-2002)

Ron Burns says:
Oh yes I do have one! You just can't see it now because it's in your mother's mouth. (09-24-2001)

Mike says:
I'll bet my 50 cents I was gonna give Roman's mom for my head job fee that it was Roman who posted that latest message posing as Ron Burns. Roman, I'll give the bitch a quarter and not one cent more! That's my final offer! (09-20-2001)

Ron Burns (rjburns@spectranet.ca) says:
Oh yeah. I forgot. I have no cock to be sucked. (09-15-2001)

Ron Burns (rjburns@spectranet.ca) says:
I have this album. I am willing to sell to best offerer. I have just about all the albums listed on this site. My contact information is included. It's the way I do business: Ron Burns 550 CHILDS DR MILTON,ONTARIO,CANADA L9T 3P3 1-(905)-876-3245
ha ha, I've got 50 cents..... (08-06-2001)

Roman Pativ's mother sucks says:
cock for 50 cents a sqirt! (08-06-2001)

Roman Pativ's mother sucks says:
cock for 50 cents a sqirt! (08-06-2001)

Ab Sug says:
Nowhere Man gives me chills. It sounds like some fantastic spacey fantasy- with John, Paul, George and Ringo riding with you on the Autobahn. (07-28-2001)

Roman Pativ says:
I don't drink wine, and my stereo is pretty shitty. But I do have a computer- so I just play these songs while I beat-off to web porn! (07-03-2001)

Bill Beckett (wjbeckett@snet.net) says:
Right On! Very Cool... Much better than the Beatles.Gershon Kinsley Rules!!! (05-20-2001)

ole (olings@hotmail.com) says:
I must say that this is exactly the kind of shit I want to hear.And the ones who agrees with me should chek out a asian guy called TOMITA!! He makes sounds and harmonies,with a ton of analog equipment,that curls your skin!! (09-13-2000)

John (byrd3@hotmail.com) says:
Anyone know the approximate year of the album called ghostly sounds, which was produced by Gershon Kingsley and released by Peter Pan records (#8125)? I collect horror sound effects records and like to know the year released for the ones I have in my collection (this one doesn't have a year). (05-01-2000)

Elton says:
I can't believe this site exists! This album got me interested in synths in junior high 25+ years ago. I am just now playing with them again, and did a search for "Music.." just for the hell of it. I heard a song from it on a comercial the other day. Thanks for bringing back some great memories. I am going to try to find a copy. (05-01-2000)

robert says:
you're right rick! a perry-kingsley track was used in disneylands' main street electrical parade. the title was actually "baroque hoedown" really innovative stuff, and holds up remarkably well. (04-28-2000)

SueBri says:
This album is a hoot....er....hooter!...lol! (01-30-2000)

Johann (jfmay@teleport.com) says:
By the way - the 2 perry-Kingsley albums have be put on CD available here: http://www.vsearchmedia.com/cds/pkprod.html (10-25-1999)

Johann may (jfmay@teleport.com) says:
Sorry for the plug- just got the start of a website going about gershon Kingsley: www.kingsleysound.com. There is much more infor about the whole range of work with links and sound samples (mp3). have fun and send comments! Johann (10-25-1999)






Advertise on this site


More Comments - Go To Page 1 2 3 4 5


Got something to say about Music To Moog By? Use this form to post your comments or write your own mini-review. Your comments will appear right on this page for everyone to see!

Your Name:
Email Address: (Optional)
Comments:
 

(click to enlarge)
  In order to help avoid spam, please answer the following question:
How many guitar players are in Mae West's band?

one
three
two
four


Previous Exhibit Museum Home Next Exhibit
You are browsing in chronological order. Switch to alphaberical order.
franklarosa.com   ...   frank's vinyl museum   ...   webversi   ...   photo albums   ...   blog   ...   trs-80   ...   frank@franklarosa.com
Search this site: