Vinyl LP pressing. Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Dick Hyman's The Age of Electronicus, originally released in 1969. In his long career, Dick Hyman has covered a great variety of music fields, from Broadway through music for film and television to jazz, classical, pop, and electronic music. The Age of Electronicus is one of his electronic pop jewels. A breathtaking sequence of reworked hits of the day including outstanding electro-versions of Lennon/McCartney's classics such as "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" and "Blackbird" and Bacharach's "Alfie". A whole feast of analog Moog sounds, primitive drums machines, repetitive bass lines, and lots of robotic beats. All packaged in a memorable, colorful album cover.
Vinyl LP pressing. Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Dick Hyman's The Age of Electronicus, originally released in 1969. In his long career, Dick Hyman has covered a great variety of music fields, from Broadway through music for film and television to jazz, classical, pop, and electronic music. The Age of Electronicus is one of his electronic pop jewels. A breathtaking sequence of reworked hits of the day including outstanding electro-versions of Lennon/McCartney's classics such as "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" and "Blackbird" and Bacharach's "Alfie". A whole feast of analog Moog sounds, primitive drums machines, repetitive bass lines, and lots of robotic beats. All packaged in a memorable, colorful album cover.
7427116395746

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Format: Vinyl
Label: PFMU
Rel. Date: 04/23/2021
UPC: 7427116395746

The Age of Electronicus
Artist: Dick Hyman
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Pleasure For Music present a reissue of Dick Hyman's The Age of Electronicus, originally released in 1969. In his long career, Dick Hyman has covered a great variety of music fields, from Broadway through music for film and television to jazz, classical, pop, and electronic music. The Age of Electronicus is one of his electronic pop jewels. A breathtaking sequence of reworked hits of the day including outstanding electro-versions of Lennon/McCartney's classics such as "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" and "Blackbird" and Bacharach's "Alfie". A whole feast of analog Moog sounds, primitive drums machines, repetitive bass lines, and lots of robotic beats. All packaged in a memorable, colorful album cover.