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PERREY-KINGSLEY - THE IN SOUND FROM WAY OUT!

PERREY-KINGSLEY - THE IN SOUND FROM WAY OUT!
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PERREY-KINGSLEY - THE IN SOUND FROM WAY OUT!

The In Sound from Way Out! was the first collaboration between electronic musicians Perrey and Kingsley and considered to be the first-ever mainstream electronic music album. It was released in 1966 on Vanguard Records, an independent label in Santa Monica, California.
Perrey and Kingsley came together during Kingsley's stint as a staff arranger at Vanguard. At that time, Perrey was experimenting with tape loops, which he had been introduced to by the French avant-garde musician Pierre Schaeffer. Each loop was a laboriously hand-spliced assembledge of filtered sounds, pitch-manipulated sounds and sometimes even animal calls. The end result of their first collaborative effort in 1966 combined Perrey's tape loops, and his inventive melodies with Kingsley's complementary arrangements and instrumentation and their album was filled with tunes that sounded like an animated cartoon gone berserk. The result, entitled The In Sound from Way Out!, was released on Vanguard that same year. Since this was decades before the advent of widespread digital technology, each tune took weeks of painstaking editing and splicing to produce.

"The Unidentified Flying Object" – 1:57
"The Little Man from Mars" – 2:25
"Cosmic Ballad" – 3:24
"Swan's Splashdown" – 2:16
"Countdown at 6" – 2:48
"Barnyard in Orbit" (Jean-Jacques Perrey, Harry Breuer, Sam Fiedel) - 2:22
"Spooks in Space" – 2:02
"Girl from Venus" – 2:21
"Electronic Can-Can" – 1:59
"Jungle Blues from Jupiter" – 2:55
"Computer in Love" – 2:08
"Visa to the Stars" (Andy Badale, Jean-Jacques Perrey) – 2:15  

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