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Jean Jacques Perrey Quad reel “The Amazing Electric Pop Sound”

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J. PUPSTER

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Not sure about the tunes but the cover artwork is glorious. It must be a rare title because it is bidding up fast. Was this available in Q8 or was Vanguard mostly reel to reel?

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It does sound wild, no discogs for the Quad Reel?
 

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Wow, they even reissued it in CD. Must had been a popular title.
 

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I have the files, don't spend a lot unless you want it. We will ask Bob if he ever did this.
 

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Moog music - Think Disney Electrical Parade. Really bounces around. French instrumentalist composer.
The second album that I ever bought!
Same here, went to DW in 1975 and bought both the Bicentennial LP and the Electrical Water Pageant 33rpm 7" which hopefully are still in Madrid...

For those of us in the Spanish (AND Portuguese), we were introduced early in life to the Electrical Water Pageant ("Baroque Hoedown") and to Jean Jacques Perrey's "The Elephant Never Forgets" from his Mood Indigo (which unfortunately never came out in Quad) in Chespirito's programs as the theme music for "El Chapulin Colorado" (Electrical Water Pageant ) and "El Chavo del Ocho"(The Elephant..")

Seems the Electrical Water Pageant one is pretty rare now...
 

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Moog music - Think Disney Electrical Parade. Really bounces around. French instrumentalist composer.
The second album that I ever bought!
And, if you're interested, Perrey-Kingsley's "Baroque Hoedown", which was also used by Disney, is on their "Kaleidoscopic Vibrations" album, and can be had (stereo only, I'm afraid) in a box set called "The Out Sound From Way In". It includes the two albums in which Perrey and Kingsley collaborated (the other being "The In Sound From Way Out"), and J.J. Perrey's two solo albums ("The New Electronic Pop Sound" and "Moog Indigo"). I got my copy from Amazon. "The New Electronic Pop Sound" was the only one made available in quad, and only on tape, as far as I know.
 
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