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Each year, the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress chooses 25 recordings to be preserved for all time. Inside the National Recording Registry, produced by BMP Audio, highlights some of those selections. Our series receives production support from the Library of Congress.

Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples of the Moon

295560923_da769c4d9a_bMorton Subotnick‘s Silver Apples of the Moon, was the first album of all-electronic music. Released in 1967, it found favor with electronics geeks, as well as legions of stoners who soaked in its mind-blowing sounds.

Voices: David Harrington, Laurie Spiegel, Morton Subotnick

Original Article

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