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Snafus aside, Moog's MOMA debut had marked an eye-opening milestone for Kingsley. By 1968, the classically trained pianist had begun cultivating what would become a lifelong fascination with the Moog Modular. Kingsley purchased his first one that year for $3,500, and he would soon stage a four-Moog concert of his own at Carnegie Hall in 1970. He had been introduced to the instrument by Eric Siday — an early customer of Moog's who had composed various network “sound logos” in the '60s, as well as the famous percolating coffeepot TV commercial for Maxwell House.


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