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On the Threshold of a Dream

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another Stellar Performance

    I rate this as my third favorite Moody Blues album behind In Search Of The Lost Chord and Seventh Sojourn . Are You Sitting Comfortably ? is my second favorite Moody Blues song . The first half of the album has some of the most pop oriented songs that the band ever did in it's second incarnation . The last 4 cuts must be listened to as a single piece . This is the first of the "art rock" bands and they were paving the way for the rest of them . It's amazing to think that they were able to get noticed at all by the general public in an era when radio stations refused to play ANY songs that ran over 3 minutes in length . This album is a facinating part of history and should be in every Moody Blues fan's collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Truly Amazing

    This is the best thing ever produced by the Moody Blues. I have probably listened to it a thousand times, and always it is a thrilling, reflective journey. Have you Heard/The Voyage is a great finale, probably the best part of the album. Lovely to See You and To Share our Love are catchy tunes, while Are You Sitting Comfortably? is beautiful and peaceful. Definitely an album to own a copy of!

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    Posted December 26, 2008

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