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Kingsley Lyrics

Bip bip bip bip bip bip bip...
Bip bip bip bip bip bip bip...
Bip bip bip bip bip bip bip...
Bip bip bip bip bip bip bip...

Dum dum dum dum dum ...



Contributed by Chloe L. Suggest a correction in the comments below.
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@Anna Backman Hm, it's hard to tell from just the YouTube videos, but putting on proper headphones helps. The audio quality differs widely: this video is mono and slightly muffled, the video you linked sounds pristine (and stereo), and some other videos I found sit somewhere in the middle (with clean sound but noticeable artefacts from compression, presumably present before uploading to YouTube). I don't think this is a remix – at most the other version you found could be a remaster. (However, there is no evidence of an existing remaster – at least the entry for "Music to Moog By" on discogs reports that none of the reissues (RE) was clearly marked as remastered (RM). See [1], [2].)

I think the difference is due to the way this video found its way to the internet: presumably it was first recorded on some analogue medium (video cassette?) and then converted to digital by a consumer. For the other versions, the audio was converted to digital by the record company for the CD re-release (which I guess already introduces a new round of post-production), and then transferred further in the digital realm. But this is all speculation.

TL;DR: no idea! ;-)


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It is not a version, it is the original.

Antony Stringfellow


Ирина Грозовская

Oh yes.

Everett Amador

Oh yea😄😄


@scor pion Gershon Kingsley is the composer of this melody. Do you know if he was part of the Hot Butter record?

scor pion

The original 1969 hot butter

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Imaging hearing this in 1969... must have been like hearing something from another planet


Switched on Bach was even more impressive and also done on a Moog - baroque music on a monophonic synthesiser, one track at a time. Apparently Wendy Carlos spent something like 1,000 hours in a studio on Moog's time putting that together.

J. Maxell

@burteriksson Kingsley lo hiso primero pre se vería algo igual hasta 1977 con Giorgio Moroder y I Feel Love y el nacimiento del EDM la cual fue la evolución más fiel de la Tape Músic de diversos países y la electrónica de Berlin (Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Vangelis).

Lola Gudgeon

The ‘Forbidden Planet’ score (film released 1956) laid the groundwork for synthesiser music - that really was from another world!

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