Directed by Hans Fjellestad
The moog synthesizer
changed the face of music forever when it came to prominence in the late
1960's. Director Hans Fjellestad paints a fascinating picture of the
instrument's evolution, from its use on 60's novelty records to its function
as a cornerstone for countless progressive rock and electronic dance acts.
Also profiled is the equally fascinating creator of the instrument, Robert
Moog, whose spiritual approach to invention has made him a cult hero to
musicians and listeners alike. Includes interviews and performances by
Stereolab, Keith Emerson, DJ Spooky, Money Mark and Mix Master Mike (Beastie
Boys), Luke Vibert, and more. 70 minutes.