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☮ ♥ ♫ THE MOODY BLUES ♫ ♥ ☮
Three-peat – III
On the Threshold of a Dream
Full Album 1969 (HD)
Sentimental Songs of the Fantastic,
“Easy Rock with the Universe in It!”
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVE
Merry Christmas to the Yuhanicks
and my beloved Judy
Free Music 57, December 24, 2015, by Paul Evans. Video courtesy of Hippie Chick and YouTube, featured photo of The Moody Blues in 2009 courtesy of 106.9 The Fox. Peace and Love on this Christmas Eve morning!
The Moody Blues second album, Days of Future Passed, released in 1967, established them as pioneers in progressive rock. Their first recording was a promising but not-widely-known R&B effort (since white R&B bands tended to languish a bit). The third album was “In Search of the Lost Chord.” This, “On the Threshold of a Dream” was one of two albums they put out in 1969, (and their fourth album, overall), the other from ’69 being “To our Children’s Children’s Children.”
Watch Be Blessed, for which I give thanks to God. – Paul Evans
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 Amazon.com for lots of great digital rights free mp3’s by The Moody Blues. In the final analysis, the purpose of this discussion of philosophy and all about the Moody Blues has one basic purpose: if you have a brain, get someplace quiet and turn the sound up and really listen.
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Wikipedia: “On 1969’s ‘On the Threshold of a Dream’ Hayward, Edge, & Pinder share the opening narration on Edge’s “In The Beginning”, leading into Hayward’s “Lovely To See You”. His “Never Comes The Day” was issued as a UK single, while Thomas’ wry observations of life in “Dear Diary” and “Lazy Day” were striking features. Pinder contributed the closing track on side one, “So Deep Within You”. Side two closes with the “Dream Sequence”, Edge’s poem “The Dream” leading into Pinder’s “Have You Heard” parts I and II with the two parts separated by his classically themed instrumental piece “The Voyage”.
As CiCiSariego has commented, “Every time I plan on listening to just two or three Moody Blues songs, I end up listening to their music for 3 hours instead.” I don’t know about that, I usually listen an album at a time… and am neglecting some of my other artists. How great are these tunes??!
1. In The Beginning
2. Lovely To See You 2:07
3. Dear Diary 4:41
4. Send Me No Wine 8:37
5. To Share Our Love 10:58
6. So Deep Within You 13:51
7. Never Comes A Day 16:58
8. Lazy Day 21:41
9. Are You Sitting Comfortably 24:24
10. The Dream 27:54
11. Have You Heard Pt 1- 28:41
12. The Voyage 30:09
13. Have You Heard Pt 2- 34:19
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