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The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight ‎– Days Of Future Passed (Deram)


Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : K7
Cat N° : 4 291 024
Style : Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock

In 1967, a pivotal year in pop music, bands like The Beatles, The Moody Blues, Pink Floyd, and The Rolling Stones ventured into new creative directions after the influence of “Pet Sounds.” Pink Floyd explored sonic experimentation, The Beatles refined Britpop, and The Moody Blues aimed for a fusion of classical and pop in “Days of Future Passed.” Despite the pretentious spoken poetry and orchestral attempts, the album’s aspiration for classical artistry remains its charm, with “Nights In White Satin” standing out as a pinnacle achievement. Justin Hayward’s songs shine while other members search for inspiration, marking a transformative era for The Moody Blues and pop music at large.

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A1 – The Day Begins
A2 – Dawn (Dawn Is A Feeling)
A3 – The Morning (Another Morning)
A4 – Lunch Break (Peak Hour)
B1 – The Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) (Tuesday?)
B2 – The Afternoon (Time To Get Away)
B3 – Evening (The Sun Set)
B4 – Evening (Twilight Time)
B5 – The Night (Nights In White Satin)

Weight 0,1 kg