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Every Good Boy Deserves Favour album for sale by Moody Blues was released May 20, 1997 on the Polydor label. Though this 1971 release was issued at a time of enormous commercial success for the Moody Blues, EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR contains some of the band's most adventurous music. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour CD music The band had recently discovered the Moog synthesizer, and its presence is felt on much of the album. The opening "Procession" instantly sets this collection's experimental course, landing like a spacecraft among reams of cascading synthesizer before evolving into a soundscape of cricket chirps, thunderclaps, and tribal chanting. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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Moody Blues - Every Good Boy Deserves Favour Album Track Listing
|1||Procession See All 6 |
|2||Story In Your Eyes See All 31|
|3||Our Guessing Game See All 4 |
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|4||emily's song See All 7 |
|5||After You Came See All 7 |
|6||One More Time To Live See All 7 |
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|7||Nice To Be Here See All 4 |
|8||You Can Never Go Home See All 6|
|9||My Song See All 6 |
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Every Good Boy Deserves Favour buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||"That's the Day!"|
Fabulous piece of music. A great ride from beginning to end. The music can take you somewhere! I wish at times "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour" would've been a double lp in the day because the elements that went into this session are near perfect. Plus this sounds awesome played at very high volume!
By Brian Mc (Stratford, Iowa, USA)
|Every Good Boy Should Hear this Record|
The Moody Blues have been a favorite of mine since Days of Future Passed. EGBDF (acronym for a chord progression for those of you who don't know) is my favorite of the classic Moodies recordings. From the progessive beginning to the symphonic My Song finale, the album's lush arrangement just leaves me wanting more. The beginning chant had me wondering the first time I heard it but when it moves from chanting to harpsicord to church organ and then kicks into The Story In Your Eyes, the whole mood of the album changes. The album has a conceptual, progressive feel without a blatant message attached to it. Although Mike Pinder has only one song writing credit on the LP, his influential keyboards define each track as pure Moody magic. Truly a masterpiece of modern rock. A must for any fan on symphonic rock. I miss Mike Pinder!
By mnorthrop801 (Salt Lake Earth)
The Moody Blues are the only band who can take me to a place of peace and detach me from all the madness taht is our lives today
By wonder357 (Bay City, MI)
||The greatest opus of the band|
The Moody Blues had reached their peak on this record, a collection of songs that had their trademark Mellotrons and studiocraft, but without overdoing or overblowing the songs, as sometimes happened on some of their records. This record stands alone among their canon, with the hardest-rocking song they ever did leaping out of the slow-moving, strange opener ("Procession" and "The Story In Your Eyes"). The rest of the album builds on that energy and rises and falls as the conscience dictates, not letting the listener go until the final last note, that could lead back into the first track for all we know. This album is a truly cyclical album, an album that you can play again and again and never feel that you're simply playing the thing over again. It all feels fresh, and doesn't let you go until you finish that homework and discover you listened for five hours to the same songs and decide to put something else on. Take at least one listen to the album. You will never regret it.
By Galen (Anchorage, Alaska)
Those complaining about these SACDs being only 4 channel have a point when it comes to the advertising, but not when it comes to the sound. These new mixes sound beautiful in either surround or 2 channel SACD. Listening on good headphones (read Sennheiser HD650)is a virtual trip. (As was intended by the Moodies in the first place!) Quit whining and enjoy the music!
By hellenback137 (Toronto, Canada)
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Every Good Boy Deserves Favour songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1094929|
|Release Date||May 20, 1997|
|Producer||Tony Clarke; Tony Clarke|
|Recording Time||40 minutes||