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Best of the Moody Blues album for sale by Moody Blues was released Jan 28, 1997 on the Chronicles label. THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES contains vintage photographs and a conversation with Justin Hayward. Best of the Moody Blues songs Recorded between 1964 and 1988. Best of the Moody Blues album for sale Includes liner notes by John Reed. Best of the Moody Blues CD music 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. Best of the Moody Blues CD music contains a single disc with 17 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Truly the Best..............|
If you are a Moody Blues fan this is the CD to have.
By brwa (Houston, Tx, USA)
||A Very Good Experience|
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By Jaguar (Coastal Down East Maine, USA)
I bought this for my husband and he loves it!
By Nina (IN, USA)
||It dosn't get any better than this!!!|
Even if you have never heard of The Moody Blues, I highly recomend this CD to anyone. It has all of the greatest hits of The Moody Blues.
By a reviewer (Auburn, California)
||The title tells the truth, of course!!|
I believe in the title completely, these songs are definately the best of the best. The tracks include the ultimate number one hits, such as: Forever Autumn, Your Wildest Dreams, Blue World, and MUCH more! This CD will change the way you feel about the Moody Blues forever....
By a reviewer (West Bend, WI)
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|CD Universe Part number||1094799|
|Release Date||Jan 28, 1997|
|Recording Time||77 minutes|
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