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Days of Future Passed

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Dawn Is A Feeling [click for larger image]

This was the L.P that truly began it all for the Moody Blues, and it left us with the legacy of a very beautiful song. For a start off, it was an experimental record, a new type of stereo tracking, and Decca Records, in the spirit of the times, created the Deram label as a test bed. What this particular album was supposed to be is vastly different from what actually appeared, and we'll be dealing with that what if a little later on, on this website, but for now, remember this record, and remember it well, for it is just as haunting today, as it was then...Nights In White Satin........

Days of Future Passed 1967
Deram (Decca),MML 707 mono 1967


Another Morning

Peak Hour

Forever Afternoon(Tuesday?)

Time To Get Away

The Sun Set

Twilight Time

an aerial display by the fire-fly brigade, dancing to tunes no one knew
-Twilight Time.

Twilight Time

Days Of Future Passed
1967
With The London Festival Orchestra
Conducted by Peter Knight
 
Ray Thomas (harmonica, flute, vocals)
 
Mike Pinder (vocal, keyboards)
 
Justin Hayward (vocals, guitar)
 
John Lodge (vocal bass)
 
Graeme Edge (drums)
 
Produced by: Hugh Mendl
 
Cover painting by: David Anstey

Days of Future Passed 1967 [ back cover]
Deram (Decca), SML 707 stereo 1967

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