Popcorn" is an early synth-pop instrumental, composed by Gershon Kingsley in 1969 and first appearing on his album Music to Moog By. It was recorded at the Audio Fidelity Records label in New York City. The title may refer to the short staccato or sharp "popping" sound used, or to pop music and its being "corny", . The title is generally written as one word, although some single sleeves (such as the one illustrated) present it as two words, "Pop Corn".
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Itīs not the first though. The music on the album is psychadelic rock with lots of spacy moog sounds, loads of different percussion instruments, West Coast guitar blues rock riffs, Harpsichord and organ. On top of that thereīs the recitation of poems by folk singer Cyrus Faryar (whose voice is very similar to the voice of Jim Morrison). Itīs a great deal more polished than most other psychadelic rock albums of that era, which is probably due to the background history of the album (a pre-fabricated product backed up by a label boss and played by session musicians).
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Vladimir Ussachevsky – Film Music (New World Records, 1990). Collection of two of Ussachevsky’s 1960s film scores: 1962′s No Exit and 1968′s Line Of Apogee. His grandest achievement was 1967′s The Zodiac: Cosmic Sounds, an important early Moog-meets-rock release for Elektra with contributions from Paul Beaver. Daft as a polka-dotted brush, the album is a conceptual suite centred around the 12 astrological signs – which, amidst psychedelic rock chaff and ponderous spoken word, features some worthwhile electronic interludes.
|A4||Sweetly And Slowly||3:53|
|A6||Horse Theme (Cheval)||2:15|
|B1||Son Of My Father||3:55|
|B2||Listening To Mozart||1:57|
|B3||Song Sung Blue||2:54|
|B5||What's Your Name||3:00|
|MFP 5660||Discotheque Sound||Pop Corn (LP)||Music For Pleasure||MFP 5660||France||1972|
|S-14.110||Discotheque Sound||El Sintetizador Moog Interpreta Los Exitos (LP)||Movieplay||S-14.110||Spain||1972|
|MFP 5660||Pop Corn||Pop Corn (LP, Album)||Music For Pleasure||MFP 5660||Germany||1972|
|86 382 IT||Electronic Butterflies||A Lot Of Popcorn (LP, Album)||Hansa||86 382 IT||Germany||1972|
|2870 197||Unknown Artist||Moog Party Time (LP)||Contour||2870 197||UK||1973|