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Encyclopedia > The Moog Cookbook

The Moog Cookbook was the first album by electronica duo Moog Cookbook. It is a selection of covers of alternative rock tracks performed using Moog synthesisers. It was released in 1995.


Track Listing

  1. "Black Hole Sun" (Cornell) - 4:22 (original by Soundgarden)
  2. "Buddy Holly" (Cuomo) - 4:13 (original by Weezer)
  3. "Basket Case" (Armstrong/Green Day) - 4:04 (original by Green Day)
  4. "Come Out and Play" (Holland) - 5:00 (original by The Offspring)
  5. "Free Fallin'" (Lynne/Petty) - 4:15 (original by Tom Petty)
  6. "Are You Gonna Go My Way?" (Kravitz/Ross) - 3:35 (original by Lenny Kravitz)
  7. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Cobain/Grohl/Novoselic) - 5:29 (original by Nirvana)
  8. "Even Flow" (Gossard/Vedder) - 4:28 (original by Pearl Jam)
  9. "The One I Love" (Berry/Buck/Mills/Stipe) - 4:31 (original by R.E.M.)
  10. "Rockin' in the Free World" (Young) - 5:03 (original by Neil Young)

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Moog synthesizer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (932 words)
Moog synthesizers were one of the first widely used electronic musical instruments.
Robert Moog created the first subtractive synthesizer to utilize a keyboard as a controller in 1964 and demonstrated it at the AES convention.
Moog Music was the first company to commercially release a keytar, the Moog Liberation.
Moog Cookbook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (196 words)
Moog Cookbook is the name of an electronica band made up of Brian Kehew and Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
The liner notes from their first album proudly proclaims "No Moog Cookbook released two albums in the mid-1990s featuring instrumental cover versions of alternative and classic rock tracks performed on analog synthesizers.
The band's name is derived from a 1978 cookbook, Moog's Musical Eatery by Shirleigh Moog, the first wife of synthesizer pioneer Robert Moog.
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