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Published on Mar 3, 2010
From album 'Plugged In Pop' by The Copper Plated Integrated Circuit (Walter Sear) (1969, Command, US) Cat#: COM 945-S
Producer: Sear Electronic Music Productions, Inc. (Walter Sear) Engineer: Bob Fine Mixed By: Russ Hamm Mastered at Sterling Sound
Written By: Richard, Sawyer, Taylor, Wilson
"This is an original composition by a long time musical friend and colleague, Dick Lieb. It is a rock tune conceived in-terms of the electronic sounds which it embodies." (Walter Sear)
Walter E. Sear (born 1930) is an American recording engineer, instrument importer, instrument designer, composer, tuba player, movie producer, synthesizer pioneer, and vintage recording equipment guru.
Sear was Robert Moog's partner, and helped build the first Modular Moog Synthesizer.
Since 1970 he has run the legendary Sear Sound recording studio in New York City, which is known for its vast collection of vintage analog recording gear and is patronized by bands such as Sonic Youth, Steely Dan, Wynton Marsalis, and Paul McCartney.