The Moody Blues Reissues
Days Of Future Passed, In Search Of The Lost Chord, On The Threshold Of A Dream, To Our Children s Children s Children, A Question of Balance RELIVE the glory days of progressive rock , the late 60s, when bands such as The Moody Blues released a stri
Days Of Future Passed,
In Search Of The Lost Chord,
On The Threshold Of A Dream, To Our Children's Children's Children,
A Question of Balance
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RELIVE the glory days of progressive rock , the late 60s, when bands such as The Moody Blues released a string of 'concept' albums, and were never in any danger of being labelled 'pretentious'.
Now their first five albums have been reissued in surround sound, but they still sound great in regular stereo.
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All are expanded versions, with bonus tracks, including live sessions and unreleased alternative takes.
Listening to this Moodies music again shows just what good musicians they are, and how influential they have been on countless other bands, particularly with the mellotron work of Mike Pinder.