Each side of the Electronic Sound LP featured one exploratory long-form work. However, the American version of the album placed the pieces on opposite sides to the UK record, but with the same titles retained on the labels. Produced by: George Harrison for Apple Records. Recording dates: Track 1: Recorded at Esher in Merrie England; with the assistance of Rupert and Jostick The Siamese Twins – February 1969 Track 2: Recorded in California; with the assistance of Bernie Krause – November 1968.
George Harrison is the eighth studio album by English musician George Harrison, released in February 1979. It was written and recorded through much of 1978, a period of domestic contentment for Harrison, during which he married Olivia Trinidad Arias and became a father for the first time, to son Dhani.
George Harrison - Electronic Sound (1969).
Band Name George Harrison. Album Name Electronic Sound. Released date May 1969. Labels Parlophone Apple EMI Records. Members owning this album1. 1. Under the Mersey Wall.
Here's the complete "Electronic Sound" album by George Harrison. George would later introduce the Moog to his fellow Beatle bandmates and they would wind up using it on their immortal "Abbey Road" album (particularly on the tracks "Here Comes The Sun", "Maxwell's Silver Hammer", "Because" and "I Want You (She's So Heavy)")
Electronic Sound is a musical marker, one that George Harrison laid down during a period of intense inventiveness in a world where anything was possible. The album, and George’s Moog itself, play an important part in The Beatles’ story, as it was taken to Abbey Road studios in the summer of 1969 and used in the recording of The Beatles’ Abbey Road album. As George later recalled, The Moog synthesiser was enormous, with hundreds of jack plugs and two keyboards. But it was one thing having one, it was another thing making it work. When you listen to the sounds on songs like ‘Here Comes The Sun’, it does some good things, but they’re all very kind of infant sounds