In the beginning there were electronic organs. Many organ virtuosos, from Korla Pandit to Lenny Dee and Klaus Wunderlich, were tinkerers and customizers, never satisfied with the built-in tones. From the 1960s through the early 1970s, a breed of "super-organs" emerged, and on rare promotional recordings, these "missing-link" instruments often are indistinguishable from the early "true" synthesizers.
Buying: Moog albums are relatively plentiful, although many of the better, hipper, funkier ones are quite rare. Production (sound library) LPs are a great source for odd tracks. Some super-organ LPs provide the sound as well. 2b1af7f3a8