This was a copy of Bob Moog's personal demo tape that he brought with him when he visited London in the early seventies to publicise his analogue synthesiser technology.
The first track is a Contac cold/flu remedy advert, and the rest appear to come from a 1967 (re-released 1971) album called "Kaleidoscopic Variations: Spotlight on the Moog" by Jean-Jacques Perrey and Gershon Kingsley, although after listening to online tracks from that album they are substantially different from these tracks.
|Reel 11 tk1||Contac advert||1:03s|
|Reel 11 tk2||?||2:11s|
|Reel 11 tk3||Winchester Cathedral||2:14s|
|Reel 11 tk4||Umbrellas of Cherbourg||2:38s|
|Reel 11 tk5||Strangers in the night||2:55s|
|Reel 11 tk6||?||2:02s|
|Reel 11 tk7||?||2:17s|
|Reel 11 tk8||?||2:30s|
The complete duration of each track is shown, however all playable samples have been edited to 30 seconds in length.