Sacred Bones is reissuing four albums by Canadian-born composer, arranger, and electronic music pioneer Mort Garson. Didn’t You Hear OST (1970), Lucifer’s Black Mass (1971), Ataraxia’s the Unexplained (1975), and Music From Patch Cord Productions, a collection of rare and unreleased recordings from Garson’s archives, will be available on special edition colored vinyl November 6. The label has also shared a Music From Patch Cord Productions track titled “This Is My Beloved.” Listen to that below.
Garson is best known for his 1976 album Mother Earth’s Plantasia, which he recorded “for plants and the people who love them.” Garson was one of the first artists to make music using Moog synthesizers in the 1960s and ’70s.
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