A Very Modular Christmas From Ebenezer Moog

Here’s a Christmas treat: both sides of a 1974 novelty single I picked up in a charity shop, from the aptly-named Ebenezer Moog. Released on Atlantic, the A-side is a jolly modular synth sound overload that gives Belbury Poly a run for his money, while Silent Night on the B is impressively sinister…

Ebenezer Moog – A – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Ebenezer Moog – B – Silent Night


2 thoughts on “A Very Modular Christmas From Ebenezer Moog

  1. Hi, I just found your entry while searching for mp3’s of the very same single. I bought it when it first went on sale and actually preferred the more atmospheric B side. Very evocative as the Apollo programme was still in progress. It was also one of the first records that got me hooked on electronic music. I still have it in a box somewhere in the garage… What a great pleasure to hear it again almost 40 years later, courtesy of your good self. Many thanks for uploading!

    • I’m so glad that we’ve reconnected you with these songs! I agree that the b-side is really quite atmospheric and special, and yes, much better than the A. Thanks for your comment!

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