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    Cyburbian Plus JNA's avatar
    Jun 2003
    De Noc

    Robert Moog dead

    Robert Moog, the creator of the electronic music synthesizer that bears his name and that became ubiquitous among both experimental composers and rock musicians in the 1960's and 1970's, died on Sunday at his home in Ashville, N.C. He was 71.

    At the height of his synthesizer's popularity, when progressive rock bands like Yes, Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, and Emerson, Lake and Palmer built their sounds around the assertive, bouncy, exotically wheezy and occasionally explosive timbres of Mr. Moog's instruments, his name (which rhymes with vogue) became so closely associated with electronic sound that it was often used generically, if incorrectly, to describe synthesizers of all kinds.

    from the NY Times:

    Bear - didn't we discuss his influence in one of your musical threads ?
    Why don't you knock it off with them negative waves?
    Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here?
    Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?
    From Kelly's Heroes (1970)

    Are you sure you're not hurt ?
    No. Just some parts wake up faster than others.
    Broke parts take a little longer, though.
    From Electric Horseman (1979)

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    slightly O.T.

    ... another buffalonian moves to north carolina.... don't they ever stay in buffalo?

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    Cyburbian Emeritus Bear Up North's avatar
    May 2003
    Northwestern Ohio
    JNA.....Yes, we talked about Moog in a couple threads.....a RANDOM MUSIC thread and an INFLUENCE OF MUSIC INSTRUMENTS thread.

    Ahhh, the good, they die young.

    Occupy Cyburbia!

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