My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by Solderman » Sat Aug 24, 2013 11:20 pm

8 pages in and I've seen no mention of Don Preston's solo on Frank Zappa's Waka Jawaka starting at 1:41. I recall he also appears briefly on The Grand Wazoo, but the former is greatness.
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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by Esus » Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:13 am

Don Preston also had a featured Mini solo on the Mothers of Invention Live at Fillmore East album...

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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by calaverasgrande » Mon Aug 26, 2013 8:57 am

buttered beauties by Devo.
Not positive it's a mini, but they own several, including a six osc custom.
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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by Naive Teen Idol » Thu Nov 07, 2019 3:30 am

He’s mentioned elsewhere, but I’m not sure how Jan Hammer’s work on Timeless with John Abercrombie didn’t make it in here. The solo on the title track is a wonder:


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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by Music Bird » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:26 pm

Correct me if I’m wrong but these songs have some nice Minimoog solos, am I right?



Minimoog (the cheesy 70’s portamento synths are Minimoog, right? I can’t tell) and Juno-60.
This has some sort of 70’s synth on it doing brassy and fluty sounds that sounds Moogish but not sure. Released in 1982. Maybe a Minimoog, there’s also some tasteful Juno-60 on this album.
This one also has Minimoog and Juno on it.

Anyone know what’s on here other than Juno-60? I’m assuming a string synth, an organ, and a monosynth.
First recorded in 1982, second recorded in 1982, third (a full album) released in 1982.
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Re: My (and Your) Favorite Minimoog Solos

Post by Audiotom » Sun Nov 24, 2019 5:40 pm

Heart’s Magic Man has a wonderful slow burn minii Moog solo

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