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Over the Rainbow From the 1959 LP, "Music for Heavenly Bodies", the first recording of the Electro-Theremin.



Moonlight Serenade From the 1959 LP, "Music for Heavenly Bodies.



Up to Jupiter Ending. From the 1959 LP, "Music for Heavenly Bodies. Demonstrates the Electro-Theremin's extreme high range



Ernest? A skit from Ford Startime (NBC TV), featuring Paul Tanner on the Electro-Theremin. Most likely dates to 1959.



The D.A.'s Man Theme to the 1959 NBC TV show.



The Giant Gila Monster Music from the 1959 motion picture.



Atomic Submarine Music from the 1959 motion picture. Pretty sure this is Paul, but still need to confirm. An interesting soundtrack featuring instruments like the electric violin, electronic organ, oscillators, and possibly a real theremin. Only on this first track do I hear what might be the Electro-Theremin, though throughout the film, very low sweeping notes occur which could have either been produced by the Electro-Theremin, or a common sinewave generator. Alexander Laszlo (aka, "Von Dexter") is the composer credited for creating the "Electro-Sonic Music"



Out of This World From the 1962 LP, "Music from Outer Space".



Last note of Journey to Infinity From the 1962 LP, "Music from Outer Space". Demonstrates the Electro-Theremin's low range.



My Favorite Martian Theme from the television show. 1963, CBS.



Strait-Jacket Music from the 1964 motion picture, Starring Joan Crawford.



Strait-Jacket Music from the 1964 motion picture. This is where Crawford "Goes up the wall". See the Tanner interview.



Lost in Space Theme from the television show. 1965, CBS.



Good Vibrations "The", I mean, THE lick! 1966, the Beach Boys



Dark Shadows Theme from the television show. 1966, ABC.



Kona Coast Music from the 1968 motion picture, composed by Jack Marshall. This scene is the drug induced party.