by Les Baxter
Released: May 2005
Label: Gnp Crescendo Records
Baxter one-ups synth/lifestyle evolution maverick Wendy Carlos by adding a catchy rock rhythm section to classical Moog musings. While the number of Debussy fans crying for a snappy electric bassline to be added to "Clair de Lune" was probably negligible, this kind of high-/lowbrow "Moog music" was popular in the late 1960s and early '70s. Why? We aren't sure.
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