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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

4.04 | 280 ratings

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4 stars 4.4

Very close to giving this 5, as I greatly enjoy every track. It generally has a very relaxing tone and colour in every track. Although the music is not very progressive, it is certainly very enjoyable with a strange mystique absent from 'Days of Future Passed'. The mellow vocals and acoustic guitars are present nearly throughout, many tracks with a soothing piano backing.

When listening from beginning to end, the journey is substantial in events, possibly two 32-picture films in your camera. There are so many changes in mood and activity yet it still maintains a mellow feel, even in the faster moments. In my opinion, every track is a highlight, but nanometers from achieving the superlative status of a masterpiece.

A absolutely superb addition any prog music collection, and for comparison, slightly similar to Barclay James Harvest's 'Once Again', despite the genre conflict.

ProgHappy | 4/5 |


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