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The Best of the Moody Blues

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    classic soft rock

    was not familiar with some of the songs..but as I listened to the songs...I love them all...a little disappointed that the long version of "night in white satan" was not included...that is a true masterpiece.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    i admire the old r&r groups that have been around for decades since i was young. they have stamina.

    great classic music. not like a lot of the crap made today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NEW HORIZONS FROM MA

    This compilation follows the Moodies incredilbe chronology in a true manner. Go Now is a pleasant inclusion since by most standards it is not considered a "true" Moodies song. It was recorded before Justin Hayward and John Lodge joined the band and the direction of the music changed forever. All the songs reflected here are worthy inclusion of their best. However, the lack of any songs by Mike Pinder (keyboards), Ray Thomas (flute) and Graeme Edge (drums), is a huge drawback. The true strength of the Moody Blues was always the synergy the 5 different members brought to the Music. By including only Hayward and Lodge the uninitiated will be presented with some great songs, but will surely miss the magic of the Lost Chord.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE BEST IS THE BEST!!!

    THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES is an EXCELLENT compilation of hits of THE MOODIES! I saw THE MOODIES in concert on NOVEMBER 6TH in ATLANTA, GEORGIA! The concert was GREAT!!!

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