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THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES contains vintage photographs and a conversation with Justin Hayward.Producers include: Tony Clarke, 10cc, Jeff Wayne, Pip Williams, Tony Visconti.C...Read more

The Moody Blues - Best of the Moody Blues (1999)(UK version)

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Track Listing
1. Go Now
2. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)
3. Nights in White Satin
4. Ride My See-Saw
5. Voices in the Sky
6. Question
7. The Story in Your Eyes
8. Isn't Life Strange
9. I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock & Roll Band)
10. Blue Guitar
11. Steppin' in a Slide Zone
12. Forever Autumn
13. The Voice
14. Gemini Dream
15. Blue World
16. Your Wildest Dreams
17. I Know You're Out There Somewhere

Details
Number of CDs:1
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo

Album Notes
THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES contains vintage photographs and a conversation with Justin Hayward.Producers include: Tony Clarke, 10cc, Jeff Wayne, Pip Williams, Tony Visconti.Compilation producer: Dorian Wathen.Engineers include: Tony Visconti.Recorded between 1964 and 1988. Includes liner notes by John Reed.All tracks have been digitally remastered.By keeping it simple and sticking to the hits, this collection successfully relates the story of this pioneering band. The Moody Blues began as a Gerry & the Pacemakers-like, R&B-influenced band fronted by sad-voiced singer Denny Laine, who is heard here on "Go Now." Laine was replaced by Justin Hayward, keyboardist Mike Pinder brought in a Mellotron, and the band hooked up with the London Symphony Orchestra to make the first orchestral-rock album DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED, from which "Tuesday Afternoon" and "Nights in White Satin" are included on this album. Over the next few years the band banged out several gem albums that were full of a distinctive mix of folk-tinged ballads and ambitious prog-rock. Cuts from this period take up a healthy piece of this collection. After a lengthy sabbatical, the Moodies made a comeback in 1981, and with an updated sound (more synth, less Mellotron) the hits began anew. The last section of this album features the songs that brought the Moody Blues back to life. THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES is a definitive and accurate portrait of the group, and a good place for neophytes to begin.

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