Features The Original 1967 Stereo Mix!
November 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of The Moody Blues' "Days of Future Passed", one of the first albums to fuse rock music with an orchestra (The London Festival Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight). Days of Future Passed is now regarded as one of the albums that gave birth to Progressive Rock.
Days Of Future Passed was the Moody Blues' landmark second album and is widely considered to have formally marked the beginning of their psychedelic era. Featuring the London Festival Orchestra, this richly orchestrated album followed in the wake of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's and Magical Mystery Tour but was in itself a unique and highly original piece of work. The album, of course, included the hits Tuesday Afternoon and the ever-enduring Nights In White Satin, thus rightfully recognizing The Moody Blues as true pioneers in the development of progressive rock.
The Moody Blues have been at the forefront of the UK's classic rock music scene for over forty years and have continued to be a mainstay of concert stages, recording studios and the airwaves to the present day. During their immensely successful career, they have sold, according to the band's files, in excess of 70 million albums worldwide and have been the recipients of numerous prestigious awards.
50th Anniversary Edition
Original 1967 stereo mix
Made in Czech Republic
1. The Day Begins
2. Dawn : Dawn Is A Feeling
3. The Morning : Another Morning
4. Lunch Break : Peak Hour
1. The Afternoon : Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?) : Time To Get Away
2. Evening : The Sun Set : Twilight Time
3. The Night : Nights In White Satin