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Spaced Out

Enoch Light

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Album Review

Spaced Out may be famous for its jacket and title, but the opening cover of "Bond Street" rates among the best mod or Moog tracks. While it doesn't have quite the force to have become the first Moog dance hit, it does have much in common with Hot Butter's classic "Popcorn" (the first Moog dance hit). The album is all Bach, Bacharach, and Beatles covers, which get tiresome. Dick Lieb's Moog interpretations of Bach are the best. "A Little Fugue for You and Me" sounds like "Bond Street" as Hugo Montenegro might have done it, and "Petite Paulette" spotlights the Moog (well!). Apart from the Moog, innovative instrumentation includes funky basslines, fuzz-toned guitar, and mostly gratuitous vibra-slap. "Walk on By" and "Eleanor Rigby" are in the zone, but as always there's no escaping the studio wonkishness. If this be space, "Get Back!"

Biography

Born: 18 August 1907 in Canton, OH

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

Enoch Light was a popular bandleader of the '40s and '50s who is best known for his Persuasive Percussion and Provocative Percussion albums of the mid-'50s, which were some of the first albums to exploit the capabilities of stereo recording...
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