Various ‘Electronium’ LP


01 Raymond Scott ‘Lightworks (Vocal)’
02 Dick Hyman from Moon Gas* ‘For All We Know’
03 Raymond Scott ‘Wield Piece’
04 Oneness Of Juju ‘West Wind (Reprise Unreleased)’
05 Alex Durbin ‘Space Bits’
06 Raymond Scott ‘Domino’
07 Pink Floyd ‘Love Scene #3 (Unreleased)’
08 Raymond Scott ‘Wheels That Go’
09 Raymond Scott ‘Hostess Twinkles’
10 Raymond Scott ‘Nescafe’
11 Raymond Scott ‘IBM Probe’
12 Raymond Scott ‘Don’t Beat Your Wife’
13 Trip (Motion Picture), The LSD Public Service Announcement
14 Dick Hyman from Moon Gas ‘Maid Of Moon’
15 Raymond Scott ‘Lightworks (Instrumental)’
16 Dick Hyman from Moon Gas ‘I Am Glad There Is You’
17 Raymond Scott ‘Portofino’
18 Raymond Scott ‘Space Mystery’
19 Raymond Scott ‘Twilight In Turkey’
20 Raymond Scott ‘Cycle Bit’
21 Johan Rudbeck ‘Battle The Space’
Totla time: 36: 40
No label, no release date. Possibly a white label for DJs.
According to, LP released by TSP, USA 2007.

Mostly devoted to the exquisite, cheesy music of Raymond Scott (1908-1994), this compilation also embarks fellow bubblegum-type pop music luminaries Dick Hyman, Alex Durbin or Johan Rudbeck, for an Electronium (and other space-age pop instruments) round-up. Actually, this come as a box-set designed to hold 2 more LPs in a series, and is limited to 300 exs.. Most tracks comes from Scott’s official releases like ‘Manhattan Research Inc.’, being music for commercials or cartoons. There is also a Pink Floyd supposedly unreleased track and a strange movie excerpt called ‘Trip’. The Electronium was an electronic instrument created by Scott in 1949. It was devoid of a keyboard and produced sounds via random sequences of tones, rhythms and timbres [+]. Another version was created in 1959, christened the Cindy Electronium. The sound quality of those tracks is amazing, to no surprise for such 1950s US recordings, and the pressing is great. So this make for a perfect DJ tool, I guess, though very enjoyable in itself.


4 Responses to “Various ‘Electronium’ LP”

  1. 1 Laurent March 18, 2008 at 6:23 pm

    Thank you so much !!!



  2. 2 continuo March 18, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    You’re welcome!

  3. 3 Dualtrack March 20, 2008 at 9:45 pm

    I’ve been enjoying Scott’s “The Raymond Scott Project Volume One – Powerhouse” these days. Looking forward to hearing this. Thank you!

  4. 4 Pali February 16, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    thank you so very much

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