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Performer: Moody Blues
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Early Blues
Country: US
Released: 1985
FLAC version ZIP size: 1563 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1318 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1147 mb
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December is the sixteenth and final album by The Moody Blues. The Christmas themed album released in 2003 is their first album since The Magnificent Moodies to feature covers in addition to original material. It is also their first album following Ray Thomas' retirement from the band. Don't Need a Reindeer" (Justin Hayward) – 3:59. December Snow" (Hayward) – 5:11. In the Quiet of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)" (Bach, Hayward, John Lodge) – 2:51. On This Christmas Day" (Lodge) – 3:40.

Octave was the last Moody Blues album to feature the classic lineup-not to mention hints of their dreamy early Seventies sound. Pinder left the band immediately after the sessions and was replaced by keyboardist Patrick Moraz (formerly of Yes), who can be heard on all the songs below. Octave also marks the final Moody Blues album to be produced by Tony Clarke, who also produced Blue Jays. Success followed them into the early Nineties ("Say It with Love"), an era that spawned their impressive live album, A Night at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. They released their final (non-holiday) studio album, Strange Times, in 1999. In 2017, the Moody Blues exist as a popular touring band. Unlike the case of so many other important Sixties bands, every member of the classic lineup of the Moody Blues-Edge, Pinder, Thomas, Lodge and Hayward-is still with us.

Partly successful, now wholly irrelevant collection of Denny Laine-era ("Go Now" et. material by the early version of the band. Supplanted by the CD Magnificent Moodies.

Anthology (The Moody Blues album). Anthology is a compilation album by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues. It was released on 20 October 1998 and nearly spans the band's entire career from 1965 to 1991. All songs written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. Go Now" (Larry Banks, Milton Bennett) – 3:10. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)" – 4:48.

1 Founding and early history. Early years, Decca Records 1964–1966. Arrival of Hayward and Lodge. 2 Deram Records, Threshold Records, 1967–1972. Days of Future Passed. On the Threshold of a Dream. To Our Children's Children's Children.

817 beğenme · 884 kişi bunun hakkında konuşuyor. com Twitter: yBluesToday. Justin Hayward (of the Moody Blues). 13 Haziran, 13:44 ·. Herkese Açık.

Complete your Moody Blues collection. referencing Early Blues, 2xLP, Comp, Gat, 672008-1. It's great to hear real blues from pre-Hayward Moody Blues. A quality recording with Denny Laine on vocals and Pinder writing the majority of the songs. There's "Go Now" plus many covers by Dixon/Williamson, Brown and a great version of "Time is on my side" .

Tracklist

A1 Go Now
A2 Steal Your Heart Away
A3 Lose Your Money
A4 I Don't Mind
A5 Let Me Go
A6 I'll Go Crazy
A7 Time Is On My Side
A8 It's Easy Child
A9 Something You've Got
A10 I Had A Dream
B1 From The Bottom Of My Heart
B2 Can't Nobody Love You
B3 Stop
B4 Come Back (Don't Want To Go On Without You)
B5 Bye Bye Bird
B6 Thank You Baby
B7 It Ain't Necessarily So
B8 True Story
B9 And My Baby Is Gone

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Columbia House

Notes

CRC on spine.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
672008-1 Moody Blues* Early Blues ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Compleat Records 672008-1 US 1985
672008-4 Moody Blues* Early Blues ‎(Cass, Comp) Compleat Records 672008-4 US 1985