Synthesizer pioneer’s rare show released on CD

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Robert Moog was too busy inventing the Moog keyboard music synthesizer to perform in public. But 30 years ago, he played two concerts in Asheville, N.C., that featured neoclassical music composed by and performed with musicians Dan Lewis and Mike Abbot.

Those performances have been released on the CD “Bob Moog Live 1980,” which only is available for purchase from the Bob Moog foundation (http://moogfoundation.org/shop/bob-moog-live-cd). The CD also features Moog speaking about a variety of subjects in between songs. Profits will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation.

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