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Released in 1969, it spawned a surprise Billboard Top 40 hit with The Minotaur -a song that was said to have influenced the progressive rock era of the 1970s. For instance, its improvised solo inspired a young Greg Lake to incorporate the Moog into the closing song of Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s eponymous debut album
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from Moog: The Electric Eclectics Of Dick Hyman (1969) by Dick Hyman. This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 62/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Moog: The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman. Topless Dancers of Corfu.
In the late '60s, pianist Dick Hyman, famous for "Moritat, Theme from Threepenny Opera," aexperimented with various keyboard instruments, including Baldwin and Lowrey organs. Hyman took the Moog by the horns and milked it for all it was worth on nine originals, including the monster hit single "The Minotaur" (which inspired Emerson, Lake and Palmer's "Lucky Man"). Following the "The Minotaur" are two improvised pieces. Moog: The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman ends with "Evening Thoughts," an impressionistic track reminiscent of "Ebb Tide" by Earl Grant, on which the sounds of the seashore are conjured up on various keyboard instruments. Hyman writes about his intentions for each track in the liner notes.
Tell me this guy did not get beat up in school because of his name! Yet, somehow he managed to survive and become a prolific musician, multi-keyboardist, and film composer. This is one of the most listenable cuts on the album because of the great playing. Not a classic, but nevertheless enjoyable listening and an interesting record, The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman is old enough to be appreciated for what it is, well-crafted pop electronica from the early days of electronica.
Dick Hyman, who pioneered the use of the Lowrey organ released this album: Moog: The Electric Eclectics of Dick Hyman in 1969 on the ABC/Command label. The lunar module on the cover reveals that this album came out around the same time as the Apollo moon landing. com Hyman may make his living playing Gershwin and Berlin on the piano, and composing the scores for Woody Allen's films, but his legacy will remember him as the goofy synthecist and organist on Enoch Light's trippy big band series for ABC's Command label during the 1960s