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Edge2.203 Mostly Moogy

Robert Moog invented the Moog synthesizer in the late fifties of last century. The impact of an affordable electronic and versatile instrument for the production of music has been big, Moog has become a household name like for example the hoover. Albums referencing the Moog in the title or even name of the performer(s) are numerous. In this week’s broadcast, we join the Google celebration (lame of us, we know) of the 78th birthday of Mr.Moog.

Oh, we sliced in some non-moogy stuff as well.


  • Doctor Who (Original Theme) – Delia Derbyshire (album: unknown)
  • Goofy Goes To Town – Roger Roger (album: Chatta Mooga Choo Choo)
  • Diddlage – Audrey Saint Coeur (album: Celtic Mouth Music)
  • Strathspey/The Reel of Tulloch – John MacDonald (album: Celtic Mouth Music)
  • Mouth Music – Dolores Keane and John Faulkner (album: Celtic Mouth Music)
  • Four Duets In Odd Meter – Dick Hyman (album: Moog – The Electric Eclectics Of Dick Hyman)
  • Mah-Na, Mah-Na – Electronic Concept Orchestra (album: Cinemoog)
  • Mah-Na, Mah-Na – The Muppets (Animal) (album: ?)
  • Imperial Attack – Electric Moog Orchestra (album: v/a – A Basement of Curiosities Sampler)
  • Studs in Space – Radio Spot 2 – (album: The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen vol. 6 – Bonus and Interviews)
  • Kinky Peanuts – Armando Trovaoli (album: Best of Moog: Electronic Pop Hits from the 60’s & 70’s)
  • Jambalaya – The Residents (album: Stars & Hank Forever! : The American Composer Series – Volume II)
  • Baccarole – Heinz Funk Electric Combo (album: Moog Synthesizer Music)
  • Yakety Moog – Gill Thrythall (album: Electronic toys 2 (a retrospective of 70’s synthesizer music))
  • Coconut – Dan Lacksman Association (album: Flamenco Moog)
  • Moog Foo Young – Jean Jacques Perrey & Harry Breuer (album: The Happy Moog)

Now since Edge 200, the podcast is news free.. just the weather remains.