The Moody Blues – A Question of Balance 1970 (HD)

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A Question of Balance 1970 (HD)

The Moody Blues IS Timeless Progressive Rock:
“Easy” Rock with the Universe in It!”
A Question of Balance is One of Their Finest, Early Albums

The Daily Walk with Miracles, updated March 12, 2017, by Paul Evans, video is The Moody Blues – A Question of Balance 1970 (HD) Full Album, courtesy of Hippie Chick and YouTube. Featured early photograph of The Moody Blues is courtesy of The Moody Blues and Facebook.

I describe the Moody Blues as “easy progressive rock with the universe in it.” Wow I think that is really true, too. I get a LOT of ideas and concepts I have learned and teach through listening to popular music. I remember when my dad, Jack, warned me not to base my value system on popular music (which warning he gave me because he knew how well I love popular music and that I listen to it all the time). Well, I think he was “right and wrong.” I DO try to base my overall value system on the Bible, and NOT music. But I will say that listening to music has unconsciously taught me a LOT. So be careful what you listen to. “The medium is the message.”

Let me speak, for a moment, to the Moody Blues choice for an album title, “A Question of Balance.” For people who are at all bipolar in their mind’s experience or in their behavior, staying “centered and balanced and grounded,” too, is a ticket to better mental health. It can also be a general strategy to practice as a discipline, along the lines of a spiritually sound way towards being well adjusted in life. Personally I do have some conflict between “yang” and “yin” dominance in my mind’s thinking and do take some bipolar medicine. So I like personally to stay just a little yang, a little left-brained. For me, that is a morally good and pleasant way to live, see if it works for you! Stay centered and grounded in the “you” or “self” of your mid-brain ego, and learn mental health! For me, being just a little yang or left brained (in my neocortex, by tilting my head just a little left), gives me the best mental and life’s experience.

See The Moody Blues – Music From Out Of This World, The Daily Walk with Miracles, November 28, 2016, by Paul Evans; MIX: The Moody Blues – I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band), The Daily Walk with Miracles, October 5, 2016, by Paul Evans; and The Moody Blues – Long Distance Voyager [1981], The Daily Walk with Miracles, November 15, 2016, by Paul Evans. Please share The Daily Walk with Miracles and support us by visiting our advertisers!

Visit the Official website of The Moody Blues and see their Facebook page.

See Wikipedia on The Moody Blues:

‘The Moody Blues are an English rock band. They first came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music, but their second album, Days of Future Passed, which was released in 1967, was a fusion of rock with classical music and established them as pioneers in the development of progressive rock. They became known internationally with singles including “Go Now”, “Nights in White Satin”, “Tuesday Afternoon” and “Question”. They have been awarded 18 platinum and gold discs. Their album sales total 70 million.

‘As of 2015 they remain active with one member from the original 1964 band (drummer Graeme Edge) and two more from the 1966 lineup (bassist John Lodge and lead singer and guitarist Justin Hayward).’

Visit for lots of great digital rights free mp3’s by The Moody Blues, or see the music available from The Moody Blues via iTunes on Apple music.

Wikipedia has a special dedicated article about A Question of Balance:

A Question of Balance is the sixth album by The Moody Blues, released in 1970. The album was an attempt by the group to strip down their well-known lush, psychedelic sound in order to be able to better perform the songs in concert. Released in 1970, the album reached #1 in the United Kingdom and #3 in the United States.

In March 2006 the album was remastered into SACD format and repackaged with six extra tracks. In 2008 a remaster for standard audio CD was issued with the same bonus tracks….

A Question of Balance

Moody Blues Track List
1.” Question” (Justin Hayward) 0:00
2.”How Is It (We Are Here)” (Mike Pinder) 5:45
3.”And the Tide Rushes In” (Ray Thomas) 8:31
4.”Don’t You Feel Small” (Graeme Edge) 11:26
5.”Tortoise and the Hare” (John Lodge) 14:06
6.”It’s Up to You” (Hayward) 17:28
7.”Minstrel’s Song” (Lodge) 20:39
8.”Dawning is the Day” (Hayward) 25:05
9.”Melancholy Man” (Pinder) 29:27
10.”The Balance” (Edge, Thomas) 35:11

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