Jean-Jacques Perrey - Moog Indigo flac album
Title: Moog Indigo
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Moog Indigo is the eighth solo album by electronic music pioneer Jean-Jacques Perrey. It was released in 1970 on Vanguard Records, an independent label. The ninth selection, a cover of Beethoven's Turkish March called "The Elephant Never Forgets", was used as the theme song for El Chavo del Ocho.
Moog Indigo (LP, Album).
Jean Jacques PerreyJanuary 1, 1968. Dance/Electronic℗ 2006 Vanguard Records. The Happy Electropop Music Machine. Jean-Jacques Perrey and Dana Countryman. Contrary to what some might expect, the title track bears no resemblance to the jazz standard "Mood Indigo"; in any case, the intended pun wouldn't work as "Moog" rhymes with the English "vogue".
After establishing himself at the vanguard of electronic music as one half of Perrey & Kingsley, Jean Jacques Perrey continued to pursue his own uniquely space-age brand of humor-oriented pop throughout the 1970s. This album has been popular with the electronica crowd thanks to the presence of ". " a funky synth excursion that became popular with remixers (Fatboy Slim turned in a memorable remix of this tune on Best of Moog)
Album · 1969 · 12 Songs. Moog Indigo Jean-Jacques Perrey. Listen on Apple Music.
LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Jean-Jacques Perrey Format: Vinyl. Sonically adventurous, Moog Indigo is a kaleidoscopic array of sounds delivered with imagination and a playful sensibility. Perrey's approach blends funk, lounge, and the avant-garde in a meticulously arranged tapestry of Moog, tape loops, and ondioline.
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