Days Of Future Passed

The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
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1967 Ratings: #18 / 60
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1967 Ratings: #15
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Doublez
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The History of The Albums – n°367

There are artists or bands that have changed the history of music forever, but remain far less known and renowned than their spiritual children, the importance is not to ignore it. Moody Blues is this kind of pioneer band, as generally many of the sixties generation that established significant foundations, thus drawing the Pop Rock we know today, simply by their innovative and creative vision. In the middle of a revolutionary period, the Moody ... read more
Toasterqueen12
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There's a certain emotion that overcomes me sometime. It's very rare. You can't will it into being or look for it. It comes to you. Enters your mind like a drug. I like to call the feeling musical euphoria. It's when you hear a piece of music so amazing that it "spreads the wealth" in some way. It's those rare moments where music captures you in all its majesty and opens your ... read more
Nightwing734
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This sounds amazing for an album released in 1967, and the symphonic parts are truly beautiful <3
MasterCrackfox
92
Prior to this week I had virtually no understanding or experience with The Moody Blues, even with their extensive tenure as a group and their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction a few years ago. Perhaps I had heard their major song Nights in White Satin at some point in my life, but probably would have had no idea who made the song. After digging through some of their songs in preparation for a podcast about the group (and Blues Traveler; you know, Moody Blues Traveler... Our podcast is great, ... read more
fakeplasticrose
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HOW DO YOU MAKE THIS IN 1967
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Track List

  1. The Day Begins
  2. Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling
  3. The Morning: Another Morning
  4. Lunch Break: Peak Hour
  5. The Afternoon: Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?) : (Evening) Time To Get Away
  6. Evening: The Sun Set: Twilight Time
  7. The Night: Nights In White Satin
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Added on: July 5, 2015