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Silver Apples

The Silver Apples made electronic music in a rock music idiom in the late 1960s. The name may have been influenced by the album Silver Apples of the Moon, a 1967 electronic composition created by Morton Subotnick on the Buchla synthesizer at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. That album title came in turn from the W. B. Yeats poem. They disbanded after two records, and then reformed in the late 1990s. The initial group consisted of a duo: Simeon, on an instrument also called a "Simeon" (a homemade synthesizer) and vocals, with Dan Taylor on drums, and was formed in 1967. The Simeon (according to notes on the duo's self-titled 1968 debut LP) consisted of nine audio oscillators piled on top of each other and eighty-six manual controls to control lead, rhythm and bass pulses with hands, feet and elbows. more...

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