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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Jean-Jacques Perrey - Moog Sensations


I have a lot going on in my personal life right now, so until further notice I'm going to try to keep my posts here as brief as possible. That may mean that you will have to wait (not long) for album art, track listings, and other additional info concerning the material that I post. I'll go into more detail as soon as I have time.

It is no secret that Jean-Jacques Perrey broke considerable ground for electronic music. But did you know he also cut his fair share of sound library tracks? It makes all the sense in the world. Created for the Montparnasse 2000 label during an unspecified year (probably in the early '70s), Moog Sensations has all of the hallmarks of Perrey's brilliant sound: pulsing electronic rhythms, whimsical melodic inventiveness and virtuoso keyboard work.

Listening to tracks like "Aerolithe Alpha" and "Ballet Intersideral" one quickly understands why today's electronica artists (and even techno pioneers like Kraftwerk) owe such an incredible debt to Perrey.Perrey's cooly cerebral sonic fabrications set the stage for today's electronic musicians.

Year of Release: 1971
Label: Dare-Dare/Pulp Flavor
Genre: Electronic
Bitrate: 192kbps

Track List:
1. The Percolator
2. Moog Sensations
3. Aerolithe Alpha
4. Ballet Intersideral
5. Borborygmus
6. One Zero Zero
7. Chronophonie
8. Coeur Synthetique
9. Berceuse Pour Un Bebe Robot
10. Indicatif Spatial
11. Pizzicato Pour Venus
12. One Two Two
13. Music
14. La Panthere Cosmique
15. Soiree Chez Jean-Sebasien
16. Quand Le Temps Sera Venu
17. Colonie Celeste
18. La Tour Pointue
19. Relaxation
20. Moogie Boogy

Download: Jean-Jacques Perrey - Moog Sensations
Download Size: 40MB

7 comments:

Smokey said...

This is one awesome blog! Thanks for all the hard work and great music
Btw, your aggregator is the best on the web.

Cheers

Zer0_II said...

Thank you very much Smokey. Your comments are most appreciated.

Aspar said...

Thanks for the "Moog Sensations",I really love it.I´m not toooo much into Electronic,but that is exactly the reason why I downloaded it.You have to spread your horizon all the time...and it was worth it!
I hope you´ll accept my friend request on myspace also.
I really appreciate your blog-work...thanks again!

Anonymous said...

If you've really moved to Antarctica, I can understand the personal changes.... Esp moving via PNG. Heh heh. Good luck.

Aspar said...

Oh,I´ve just noticed that you won´t
accept requests from band-sides,which my myspace-side actually still is.
Well,never mind...see you on Digital Meltd0wn!

Ropie said...

I had to try this one after hearing some 'French Library Music' on the radio. All I can say is thank you; this is a fascinating collection :)

Anonymous said...

man! just listen to the "moog sensation" track, the bass riff is pure mission imposible theme! Now I understand where developers of mission imposible movie took their influences.