Quite surprisingly unreissued so far while most of their discography was, this is probably one of the most interesting element to emerge from the 1968 moog records high tide, following Wendy Carlos' first huge commercial success in the story of electronic music.
Pionneers by their own production, Beaver & Kraus may also today appear as visionnar characters who played a fundamental role in building the bridge between pop and electronics, being responsible of the electronics' appearance in the soundscapes of many legends as Micky Dolenz, George Harrison, or the Doors.
In this Ragnarök, among concrete and textural instrumentals appear therefore delicate classy popsongs, subjectively selected here for their mesmerizing power.
Paul Beaver & Bernard L. Krause - Dr Fox
Paul Beaver & Bernard L. Krause - The Fisherman
Paul Beaver & Bernard L. Krause - Moogy Blues Funk