One of the few truly great Martin Denny albums from the 60s, and one that features some killer use of the moog, and a very different sound than some of Denny's other albums. The keyboards have lots of wild sounds, with chirps and flutters that would make Perry & Kingsley proud – and the backing's a bit funkier than usual, with some nice electric basslines to keep the groove coming. Includes a great version of Baden Powell's "Canto De Ossanha", a remake of "Quiet Village", a moody take on "Midnight Cowboy", and a jazzy moogy version of "Cast Your Fate To The Wind". Up next is another surprisingly sweet set of moogy goodness! Despite the fact that this album features Les
playing mostly classical material – like works by Chopin, Borodin, Grieg, and Bach – the "moog rock" approach makes the whole thing groove nicely, with a firey kind of sound that blasts through the original compositions in a nice electronic wash of sound. Paul Beaver's on the moog, and instrumentation also includes Novachord, Fender bass, and percussion by King Errison!
(Limited edition of 1000. Out of print.)