Electric Moogaloo: A Spotify playlist

This week's Spotify playlist from Amos Music Library celebrates the music of the Moog. Moog synthesizers were invented by Dr. Robert Moog in the 1960s; they quickly revolutionized the sound of 70s and 80s popular music. Their ubiquitousness was due in part to the fact that they were smaller and cheaper than prior synthesizer models. The Moog was especially popularized by the pioneering work done by composer Wendy Carlos in the late 60s (whose Switched-on Bach is sadly not on Spotify).

Listen here: https://play.spotify.com/user/amoslib/playlist/3Eaqz3obOiILJUDpVIdAnx

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Here's are the lists we've shared so far this year:
Week 1: First Impressions: Great first album tracks https://open.spotify.com/user/amoslib/playlist/4Ps8ugP6Q8WglxuWiFzQ1o
Week 7: ==Fall break==
Week 8: Modern Classical 1920s-2010s: A Spotify playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/amoslib/playlist/3rU5YxBTcSqYlZqwyuk4Uw