Sounds in Space – Pop Music of the 1960’s

August 18, 2009

The sounds of space age pop filled bachelor pads far and wide in the 1960’s. Below are some of my favorite album covers! Images via.

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This cover features Charles Eames' solar powered "Do Nothing" toy!

This cover features Charles Eames' solar powered "Do Nothing" toy!

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2 Responses to “Sounds in Space – Pop Music of the 1960’s”

  1. Dburg the Destroyer said

    I think that music from the heavenly bodies album was the first to use the Thermin!

    It’s crazy that they got away with putting a naked women on the cover during that time. Guess they couldnt sell it Wal-mart🙂

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