“Electronic Sound” is the second studio album by George Harrison. Originally released in 1969, it was the second and final record released on the Beatles’ short-lived Zapple Records label, a subsidiary of Apple Records.
The album comprises two lengthy pieces performed on the Moog synthesizer. Harrison subsequently introduced the instrument to the Beatles’ sound; the band featured synthesizer for the first time on their 1969 album Abbey Road.
A “Zapple” Records release. Original Label. LP Apple ST 3358 1969 *****