Enoch Light (dir), Dick Lieb, Jeff Hest (arr), Bernie Glow, Marvin Stamm (tp), Urbie Green (tb), Phil Bodner (fl, as), Bob Tricarico, Al Klink (fl, ts), Bernie Leighton, Dick Hyman (p, harpsichord), Ernie Hayes (org), Dick Lieb (moog), Vinnie Bell, Tony Mottola, Bucky Pizzarelli (g), Russell George, Bob Haggart (b), Charles McCracken (cello), Billy LaVorgna, Bob Rosengarden (d), Phil Kraus (perc), Marilyn Jackson Singers
Reference: BMCD 889
Bar code: 8427328008891
· Collector's Edition
· Issued in Digipack
· 2 Original LPs on 1 CD
· Original Cover Art and Liner Notes
· Stereo Recordings
· Newly Remastered in 24-Bit
In this 1969 album, Enoch Light explored the new age of Supersound. The result, we think, is a total in-put of spectacular stereo reproduction. You will hear all musical and electro-musical discoveries that skyrocketed stereo into a new, exciting dynamic direction: Far out and Light years away.
This Spaced Out record spearheads the entire sound spectrum. With side trips into some turned-on tonal zones. Like the mind-bending moog, electric harpsichords and flipped out flugelhorns, recorded with the most advanced electronic instruments, and with an orchestra composed of New York’s leading studio musicians. The songs are all established hits, adapted by arranger Dick Lieb and covering a period of over 250 years: From Bach to Bacharach and The Beatles.
As for Charge! recorded in 1972, it features the propulsive, rhythmic beat of Jeff Hest and his completely original approach to the mix for the final master tape. All the songs are giant pop hits, built through the isolation and combination of instruments in different, exciting patterns, to give you a fantastically thrilling listening experience. Lift off!