Great album, shame about the Amazon listing,
This review is from: Sequencer (MP3 Download)
This is a brilliant album and as much fun to listen to 35 years on as it was back in the day. Larry Fast is one of the pioneers of the synthesiser, like Jean-Jacques Perrey, Gershon Kingsley, Morton Subotnik and Wendy (née Walter) Carlos before him, and like Jean-Michel Jarre who came not long after.
Such a pity, then, that Amazon's listing has errors in it. First off, the "9 Feb 2004" release date is obviously wrong to those of us who knew this album in its vinyl release; this album was actually released in 1976, and I for one first heard it a year later, when "(Sequence) 14" was used as the "audience admission" background music to the light show "Laserium".
Which brings me to another point; why is the main track mispunctuated? It's "(Sequence) 14", not "Sequence 14".
But don't let this detract from the album. It's a classic, from the early era of synths when tracks had to be painstakingly spliced together one phrase at a time (one note at a time in some cases), and to my mind no collection of early synth albums is complete without this one. Buy it.