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4.00 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1970

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Didn't You Hear?
2. No Smoking
3. Dream Sequence 1
4. Dream Sequence 2
5. Kevin's Theme
6. Sail! Sail!
7. Kevin And Paige
8. Bamboo City
9. Walk To Grange Hall
10. Virgil's Theme
11. Walk To The Other Side Of The Island
12. Death Talk And Jeep Approach
13. Jeep Ride
14. Dead Tree
15. Didn't You Hear? (End Title)

Line-up / Musicians

- Mort Garson / modular Moog synthesizer, composer

- Tom Muncrief / vocals

Releases information

Soundtrack from the 1970 movie directed by Skip Sherwood

LP Custom Fidelity ‎- CFS-2379 (1970, US)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by Progfan97402
4 stars Soundtrack to a real obscure film that only aired in Seattle theaters, I know little of the film, but the soundtrack album, which you could only get in Seattle theaters at the time, meant this LP is a guaranteed rarity (I used to live in Seattle for a short time in the 1990s, don't recall seeing this one, but then again, back then I never heard of Mort Garson, so who knows). This, and Music For Sensuous Lovers, which came out the next year (1971) seems to be Mort Garson's most obscure electronic albums. Didn't You Hear? only features vocals on two cuts, the bookended title tracks, the rest are short instrumental pieces. There is no denying this is Mort Garson and his modular Moog, in fact musically, it sounds not too different from Signs of the Zodiac series from the previous year, but no narrations to get in the way. More great electronic music from the early days of electronic. I like how (Electronic Hair Pieces aside) that he avoided doing Moog renditions of other people's songs and doing original material, and this album proves that. It's too bad A&M did not release that, then it would have been widely available, instead of on Custom Fidelity in Seattle theater lobbies (although the label was based out of California, so I'm guess it wasn't released elsewhere as the film was never aired outside Seattle). If you can find a copy, this album is required in your collection if you enjoy Mort Garson's electronic music.

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