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Not to be confused with the Defense Analyst (LINK).Paul Beaver (1926 – January 16, 1975) was a jazz musician and a pioneer in popular electronic music, using the Moog synthesizer.Beaver was the electronic half of a 1965 experimental free-form album for Dunhill Records with studio drummer Hal Blaine called "Psychedelic Percussion". (Blaine played drums on most of The Mamas and Papas albums, who also recorded for Dunhill Records, and many other pop-rock studio productions of the 60s.) Beaver also played the Moog on "Star Collector", the final song on The Monkees' fourth album for Colgems Records, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, and Jones, Ltd; "Natural Harmony," "Goin' Back," and "Space Odyssey," on The Byrds' fifth album, "Notorious Byrd Brothers;" and was the Moog performer for The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds project for Elektra Records in 1966.Later in 1966, Beaver joined with fellow synthesist Bernie Krause to form Beaver & Krause, one of the first groups to record pop-commercial electronic music, which later became known as electronica. Their double album (2 LPs) The Nonesuch Guide to Electronic Music was a landmark work, introducing the public to the specific individual sounds that the Moog could make in great detail.Beaver & Krause continued releasing electronic albums, first for Mercury Records' spin-off label, Limelight, with their album Ragnarok (1968), then three albums for Warner Bros. Records, In a Wild Sanctuary (1970), Gandharva (1971), and All Good Men (1972). Combining the Moog with acoustic instruments, these albums were effectively the beginning of the "New Age" musical movement.The ending of the track, "Spaced" from the Wild Sanctuary album, which features two synthesizers simultaneously gliding up and down to merge into a final single chord, was later re-performed to become the musical soundtrack for the original THX logo used in movie theaters.With Ruth White, Beaver established the The Electronic Music Association in the 1970s. Beaver's health began to deteriorate in 1973, and he died in 1975 at the age of 49. Wikipedia

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Electra Glide in Blue 1973 musician: moog, organ - uncredited
Beneath the Planet of the Apes 1970 musician: moog synthesizer - uncredited
A Man Called Horse 1970 musician: moog synthesizer - uncredited
My World and Welcome to It 1969-1970 TV Series composer - 7 episodes
The Illustrated Man 1969 musician: synthesizer - uncredited
Bullitt 1968 musician: keyboards - uncredited
The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter 1968 musician: synthesizer - uncredited
Sol Madrid 1968 musician: organ - uncredited
Point Blank 1967 musician: keyboards - uncredited
Hombre 1967 musician: keyboards - uncredited
Grand Prix 1966 musician: organ - uncredited
The Satan Bug 1965 musician: organ - uncredited
Pressure Point 1962 musician: harp - uncredited



Bullitt 1968 music: "Hotel Daniels" / performer: "Cantata for Combo", "Just Coffee", "The First Snowfall", "Bullitt End Title"



The Last Days of Man on Earth 1973

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