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CD 1

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Nights in White Satin (04:26) The Moody Blues

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Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) (04:13) The Moody Blues

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Ride My See-Saw (03:42) The Moody Blues

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Question (05:45) The Moody Blues

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Story in Your Eyes (02:58) The Moody Blues

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Isn't Life Strange (06:09) The Moody Blues

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I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band) (04:17) The Moody Blues

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Gemini Dream (04:09) The Moody Blues

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Voice (05:16) The Moody Blues

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Your Wildest Dreams (04:51) The Moody Blues

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I Know You're Out There Somewhere (06:35) The Moody Blues

Critique

The Moody Blues were in the right place at the right time with the right product to benefit from all the hoopla that surrounded the release of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in the spring of 1967. As pop music drifted into the resulting Summer of Love and its attendant psychedelia, the Moody Blues released Days of Future Passed, a concept album of sorts that presented an archetypal day through pop songs embedded in conductor and arranger Peter Knight's languid and inspired orchestrations. The whole project struck a chord with the Summer of Love crowd and yielded a pair of unlikely AM hits, “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon.” Part prog rock, part easy pop, and either profound or bombastic depending on one’s point of view, the band kept things rolling with a string of lushly recorded hits, with member Mike Pinder's Mellotron standing in for the orchestra (Pinder, unlike many rock musicians who picked up on the Mellotron in those heady days, actually knew how to play it). This 11-track Icon collection presents the band’s essential singles, including “Nights in White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon,” “Ride My See-Saw,” “Question,” “The Story in Your Eyes,” “I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band),” and others. They may have known a whole lot less philosophically than their songs hinted they did, but the Moody Blues certainly had the right set of songs and the right musical setting to put together a nice legacy. The group’s albums can seem a bit pretentious and even ponderous all these years on, but this concise set shows that they were a pretty darn good singles band when all was said and done. ~ Steve Leggett

Contributeurs

Artiste The Moody Blues

Label Polydor

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 1N0KBNEJMQ7

GTIN 0600753348703

Date de publication 19.07.2011

Type de produit CD

Nombre de pistes 11

11,03 €
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