Web Extra: Silver Apples of the Moon

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Friday, December 24, 2010

Another pick by the National Recording Registry this year is Morton Subotnick's Silver Apples of the Moon, the first album of all-electronic music. Released in 1967, it found favor with electronics geeks, as well as legions of stoners who soaked in its mind-blowing sounds.

The Sounds of American Culture, our series highlighting works in the National Recording Registry, receives production support from the Library of Congress.

    Music Playlist
  • Various
    Artist: Morton Subotnick
    Album: Silver Apples of the Moon
    Label: Wergo Germany
    Purchase: Amazon

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Ben Manila

Comments [1]

Nick

I think soothing sounds for baby (1964) was the first all electronic music album.

Jan. 03 2014 02:48 PM

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