Micky owned one of the very first production models of a Moog synthesizer. He was fascinated
with the keyboard instrument after seeing it on display at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. Micky would later play the Moog on "Daily Nightly." "It was actually a pretty difficult thing to use," Micky later said, recalling how those first-generation synthesizers had to be physically rewired for every different sound the musician might want to use. "I threw a party for John Lennon one night, and he sat there at the Moog for four hours making flying saucer sounds. It was great for flying saucer sounds."