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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Four more pre-1964 Command Records releases.
    These pre-ABC Command records are fun if for no other reason than they always sound so good. Enoch Light was possibly the first of the BIG producers. He set the stage for people like Phil Spector (another one of those separate the art from the artist guys), Paul Buff and Frank Zappa.

    Dick Hyman is best remembered for his work on vibes and marimba but he was a classically trained pianist. He shows off those chops on this album.
    "Delicado" by Lew Davies Orchestra, as the name implies, is a softer sort of sound. "Vibrations" by Enoch Light and The Light Brigade experiments with a new production technique.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      So much art in the covers too.
    2. iggy iggy, 2 years ago
      Didn't he do an album titled 'The Moog & Me'? I would like to find it.
    3. artfoot artfoot, 2 years ago
      Dick Hyman's best known moog album was called "Moog - The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman". I posted a picture here -
      "The Moog & Me" is a track on this album.
      Hyman actually did one earlier the same year (1969) called "The Age of Electronicus" that noodled its way through covered pop songs as he familiarized himself with the technology.

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