THE MOODY BLUES — In Search of the Lost Chord — 1968


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This is the third album released by The Moody Blues,
in 1968. The Moody Blues have
18 platinum and gold albums, and their
album sales have topped 70 million!

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THE MOODY BLUES:

In Search of the Lost Chord – 1968

The Daily Walk with Miracles, updated April 5, 2017, first published October 9, 2015, by Paul Evans. Photo modified from “The Moody Blues play the New Theatre, Oxford – geograph.org.uk – 1001290” by Brian Robert Marshall. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Featured image on the Home page is courtesy of The Moody Blues and Facebook.

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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).

See various albums, concerts and mixes by The Moody Blues on The Daily Walk with Miracles, Music from Out of This World, I’m Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band, A Question of Balance (1970) HD, BBC – Colour Me Pop, and Long Distance Voyager – 1981, how cool is THAT?

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The Moody Blues
In Search of the Lost Chord

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