Thelonious Moog / Yes We Didn't
Album:Yes We Didn't Collection:Jazz
Artist:Thelonious Moog Added:Aug 2003
Label:Grownup Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2004-02-09 Pull Date:2004-04-12 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Mar 21Mar 14Mar 7Feb 29Feb 22Feb 15

Recent Airplay
1.Jul 06, 2017:No Cover, No Minimum
4.Feb 28, 2013:No Cover, No Minimum
2.Mar 09, 2017:No Cover, No Minimum
5.Nov 20, 2010:No Cover, No Minimum
3.May 16, 2014:No Cover, No Minimum
6.Oct 23, 2010:No Cover, No Minimum (Go Giants!)

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2004-02-08 
Thelonious Monk songs played on Moog synths and run through a musical cuisinart. Fun, wacky, goofy ... a very Esquivel! kind of retro-futuristic sound, a '60s go-go feel.

Other influences listed in the liner notes: Isao Tomita, Wendy Carlos, Bonzo Dog Band, and Roger Powell, the keyboardist for Todd Rundgren's Utopia.

Big fun, impossible not to crack a smile, especially if you're familiar with the originals.

1- Mid/fast surf music
2*- Fast and rolling, with perky duck sound
3*- Loungy soft shuffle
4*- Gloopy and cartoony
5- Drifty and romantic (in a Moog way)
6- Fast; Christmas-at-Macy's organ
7- Squawky, with Hawaiian guitar!
8- Circus-y, spacey, mid/fast
9**- Groovy fast, like the Batman TV theme, with some Moog theremin. Dance, dammit!
10*- Mid/fast, crunchy beat, silly Munchkin voices
11- Big rockin' blasts, goofy banjo pauses
12- Bumpy jungle chaos

Track Listing
1.Off Minor 7.Rhythm-A-Ning
2.Bye-Ya 8.Jackie-Ing
3.We See 9.Misterioso
4.Bemsha Swing 10.Yes, We Didn't
5.Ugly Beauty 11.Oska T
6.I Mean You 12.Evidence