1. Hey, Hey 2. Scarborough Fair 3. For Alisse Beethoven 4. Sheila 5. Pop Corn 6. Twinkle, Twinkle 7. Nowhere Man 8. Sunset Sound 9. Trumansburg Whistle 10. Paperback Writer
Originally released in 1969 by Audio Fidelity Records, Gershon Kingsley's Music To Moog By was a masterpiece of electronic pop, featuring the first appearance of Kingsley's international dance hit 'Pop Corn' (which shot to number 1 on the German charts, selling over 1 million copies in Germany alone). In an attempt to prove that the Moog was not just an unwieldy electronic toy, Kinglsey also took songs like the Beatles 'Nowhere Man' & 'Paperback Writer', & Paul Simon's 'Scarborough Fair', & classical pieces like 'For Alisse Beethoven' & the children's lullaby 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' & transformed them into 100% Moog rockers, proving that the synthesizer was the instrument of the future that would change music forever.