"The first group to ever play electronic music in Carnegie Hall, the First Moog Quartet was formed by Gershon Kingsley in 1970, as the result of a request by Sol Hurok to hear the Moog synthesizer's capabilities demonstrated live. While reactions were mixed, immediate results included a university tour, and some interesting collaborative works with the Boston Pops. The group did release an LP on Audio Fidelity Records in 1971.
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1 IN THE BEGINNING, ASCAP 3:00
2: *MIRACLES (Kingsley), ASCAP 6:30
a. Untitled - Susan Morrison, Age 11, Australia
b. The Concrete Mixer - Timothy Langley, Age 11, New Zealand
c. Thunder - Glenys Van Every, Age 9, Australia
d. My Brain - Annabel Laurence, Age 10, Uganda
e. War - Sarah Mason, Age 10, United States
3. HAVE IT - OR GRAB IT - OR GO (Borget-Knight), ASCAP 5:36
*Miracles - Poems by children of the English-speaking world. Collected by Richard Lewis Simon and Schuster, New York
1. IMAGES (Croswell-Kingsley), ASCAP 2:53
2. SOUNDS OF SILENCE (Simon) BMI 4:29
3. ELEANOR RIGBY (Lennon & McCartney), BMI 3:07
4. DID YOU EVER TAKE A JOURNEY (Croswell-Kingsley) ASCAP 4:02
5. REBIRTH Croswell-Kinglsey), ASCAP 2:44