Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, Pop, Rock
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El Chavo del Ocho
Javier Moreno | San Francisco Bay Area, California | 04/21/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"En este CD esta el tema del Chavo del Ocho "The Elephant Never Forgets", adaptacion de una melodia de Beethoven. Escucharla nos hace recordar al famoso comediante Chespirito y su fantastico y delirante show comico. Tiempos de television graciosa y amena que no volveran."
Take My Advice
Ahmed O'Toole | 12/23/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Take my advice. If you are looking to purchase your first Jean Jacques Perrey CD, go look for the Best Of CD with Perrey and Kingsley. The reason for this is that you will get more value for your money. This is because Moog Indigo is short in length. Most of the 12 songs do not exceed 3 minutes each.
Despite this, every Moog Indigo song is densely created. By this I mean, there is no filler. It is great (at time hilarious) listening from beginning to end. It possesses an authentic 60s sound of experimentation with no programmed drums of today.
My further advice however, is to stay away from Perrey's latest efforts with Dana Countryman. I find Countryman has kind of hijacked Perrey and added his own nerdy goofyness to Perrey's latest CDs. If you google Perrey's website it is the Countryman stuff that is being promoted. The new stuff just sounds too polished, programmed and rip-off-ish.
Moog Indigo is a great CD. With my order I also purchased "The In Sound From Way Out!". This CD was even better! (It also made 4 years prior to Moog Indigo.)"