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The Fascinating World of Electronic Music is a groundbreaking album by Dutch electronic music pioneers Tom Dissevelt and Kid Baltan. Released in 1959, the album is considered to be one of the first electronic music albums ever made. David Bowie was a big fan of the record apparently.
The album is a mix of experimental electronic music and jazz, and features a variety of sounds and textures. The tracks are often abstract and challenging, but they are also melodic and accessible. The album is a significant work in the history of electronic music, and it continues to be influential today.
Some of the standout tracks on the album include "Song of the Second Moon," "Whirling," and "Mechanical Motions." These tracks are all examples of Dissevelt and Baltan's unique blend of electronic music and jazz. They are also some of the most memorable and enjoyable tracks on the album.
The Fascinating World of Electronic Music is a groundbreaking album that helped to shape the genre.
First released as an LP in the Netherlands under the title The Fascinating World Of Electronic Music, probably in 1963.
First released as an LP in the US as Electronic Music (1962), credited to The Electrosonics, and reissued in 1968 as Song Of The Second Moon: The Sonic Vibrations Of Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan.
Subsequent releases have variously utilised all three titles, and it also formed the core of the CD collection Popular Electronics: Early Dutch Electronic Music From Philips Research Laboratories (1956 - 1963).
Seven of the eight tracks had previously been issued between 1958 and 1961 on Electronic Music, Electronic Movements and Electronic Music.
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