Loubi Stem

by Ken Moore

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This album was originally released on cassette tape as part of the Anvil Creations' catalog in the early 1980s. Technically, it is the third in a series of Electronic Music, with Tempus Fugit being the first, and To Come Into Being the second. It was a 46 min. tape with each side coming in at just under 22 minutes. The first side was divided into two parts: Loubi Stem Part 1 (Any Sense At All) and Part 2 (Recessive Regression). The second side is one continuous piece. This offering has a special bonus track that the artist created for his own enjoyment in 2008.

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released July 4, 2013

Ken Moore: Moog synthesizer via extensive use of an analog tape Echoplex machine, the pedals from a spinet piano, recorded environmental traffic sounds from outside the studio and ARP synthesizer sample-and-hold, and a mellotron from the EM studio at U.M.B.C.

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Moore/Myers Ohio

Having spent years as a keyboardist for many rock bands, Ken has recently expanded his music to include a wide variety of percussion instruments.
While guitarist, David Wayne Myers, and multi-instrumentalist, Ken Moore, had collaborated in the late 1980's, their music lives on through Auricle Music in Great Britain. Ken Moore continues to release music from his past, and also creates new sounds.
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