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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

3.85 | 448 ratings

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5 stars With the spectacular "Days of Future Passed" album now under their belts, the Moodies had broken new ground and were under pressure to deliver a good follow-up. Needless to say, they more than delivered a worthy follow-up. The Moodies weren't about to have an orchestra featured once again, so they took it upon themselves to fiddle around with over thirty instruments. The result is another intriguing concept album with a prefect flow. The music has an Eastern influence, and without a doubt is their most psychedelic album. This came out before King Crimson really stirred things up in the world of Art rock in 1969, and it really should get more credit from Prog. fans. This 1968 effort does push the limits.
Kyle | 5/5 |


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