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Silver Apples Of The Moon

Morton Subotnick
Total Quantity Pressed: 1000

Why you'll love it...
For a label known widely for its support of back-to-basics rock and americana, Nonesuch was also vitally important in the story of electronic music. In 1967, Nonesuch commissioned this album, by composer Morton Subotnick, as a way to showcase a radical new instrument known as the Buchla synthesizer. Subotnick had helped develop the Buchla, and as such, was probably the only person on earth at this point who was qualified to make an entire album using it. Silver Apples of the Moon became the first ever electronic album paid for by a major label, and was the first full-length album made using an analog synthesizer, which would obviously pave the way for all electronic music and dance music to follow in its wake. It’s a trippy, spaced-out album that somehow still sounds ahead of its time.
Label
Nonesuch
Original Release Year
1967
Release Type
Reissue
Format
1 LP
Speed
33 1/3 rpm
Vinyl Size
12 inch
Weight
180 gram
Foil Stamped
Yes
Jacket
Tip-On; Single
Mastering Studio
Sterling Studio
Mastering Engineer
Ryan Smith
Pressing Location
Record Technology Incorporated
Total Pressing Quantity
1000
Remastering Details
(AAA) Lacquers Cut From The Master Tapes by Ryan Smith, Sterling Sound
Extras
Obi Strip
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Silver Apples Of The Moon

Morton Subotnick

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