How many of you listen to certain New Age and progressive/art rock songs of the '70s and '80s and hear all the great analog synthesizers used in them?
If so, do you play and/or own an analog synthesizer (i.e. Moog MiniMoog, Yamaha CS-80, ARP Odyssey)? Furthermore, would you try to re-create these analog sounds on a modern keyboard such as a Korg M1 or TR-61?
Songs to listen to which have analog synthesizers:
*Vangelis - "Chariots of Fire - Titles" (1981)
*Vangelis - "Blade Runner Blues" (1982; officially released 1994)
*Steve Winwood - "While You See a Chance" (1980)
*Steve Winwood - "Valerie" (1982)
*Elton John - "Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding" (1973)
*The Buggles - "Video Killed the Radio Star" (1979)
*Steely Dan - "Hey Nineteen" (1980)
*Steve Miller Band - "Threshold/Jet Airliner" (1977)
*Steve Miller Band - "Swingtown" (1977)