Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Perrey And Kingsley - Kaleidoscopic Vibrations (1971)






















Perrey and Kingsleys classic Moog album from 1971.

The Savers

8 comments:

I-FE said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?w4flc7id1wkdlmm

Phillip said...

Terrific. Many thanks.

Ian Van Groove said...

Excellent! The best version of Strangers In The Night it's possible to imagine! Perfect music to make a salad to. Try it & see!

Andy Walmsley said...

Great to hear the full album. The first part of the first track The Savers was used as the theme for Radio 1's Newsbeat in the mid-70s.

RadioWizard said...

Listened to it at work today. Seems like Mr.Perry was more interested in the funny noises he could get out of the Moog. I actually quit listening to it before it was done. Now, I love good Moog/Synth music, and have been an afficionado (or is it maven?) since I first heard Walter Carlos' Switched On Bach, and Dick Hyman's Eclectic Electrics come out late 60s or early 70s. But please don't take this comment to mean I am a music snob. Far from it. I have some other Perry synth stuff, and kind of the same. But then we don't like them all to sound like Walter Carlos or Larry Fast, either.
Any road, thank you for posting this.
Jack

iggy said...

Thanks for this classic. I look forward to enjoying it for a long time indeed. Best,

Iggy

Rocket From Mars said...

Thanks I-F E.

KL from NYC said...

Thank you.
I'd been looking for this.