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The Moody Blues is ranked number 218 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 13,769. Members who like this artist also like: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and The Who. The Moody Blues ( Lot of 5 CDs ) - Rare Audiophile MFSL 24K Gold CDs Condition: Like New. Time left: 4m 54s. Ships to: Worldwide.

This Moody Blues discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Moody Blues albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included The Moody Blues singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

The Best of the Moody Blues is a compilation album by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues, released on 28 January 1997. The album was also the Moody Blues' first compilation album to feature "Go Now", a song recorded in 1964 with then lead singer Denny Laine, who was replaced by Justin Hayward shortly after. All songs written by Justin Hayward except where noted.

The Moody Blues, London Festival Orchestra & Peter Knight. The Voice (Full Version). The Moody Blues & New World Philharmonic. 14. Gemini Dream (Full Version).

This is the Moody Blues at the height of their creativity. With a strangeness and almost a nostalgic sadness tinged with melancholy. Tracks such as Dear Diary and ‘Are you Sitting Comfortably’ have an other worldly feel to them. Diary’ starts with a descending blues progression, not unlike ‘Minnie the Mooch’, but Ray Thomas’ Leslie effect vocal and harmony flute induces a dreamy quality into it. The mind of the listener ‘wanders’ yet pulls you into the track. His double on the hook gives the choruses a finality. Originally, the album was mixed for Quadraphonic sound as well as Stereo

Album Rock Art Rock British Invasion British Psychedelia Contemporary Pop/Rock Prog-Rock Psychedelic/Garage Psychedelic Pop Soft Rock AM Pop. Recording Date. In 2002, Decca released Very Best of the Moody Blues/Hall of Fame, which contained two albums - Very Best of the Moody Blues (originally released by Decca in 2002) and the live record Hall of Fame (released in 2000 by Ark 21) - by prog rock veterans the Moody Blues on one compact disc. Track Listing - Disc 1.

A new version of Last. The Best Of The Moody Blues. Overview (current section). This was music that hippies came into puberty with. The most beautiful, dreamy music next to Pink Floyd. Lay down, close your eyes and get lost in it. Tracklist.


1 Go Now
2 Can't Nobody Love You
3 True Story
4 Lose Your Money
5 Steal Your Heart Away
6 Let Me Go
7 Time Is On My Side
8 I Don't Mind
9 It Ain't Necessarily So
10 Something You've Got
11 I've Got A Dream
12 Come Back (I Don't Wont To Go On Without You)
13 And My Baby's Gone
14 Stop
15 Bye Bye Bird
16 It's Easy Child

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