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THE SINGLES +

The Moody Blues

Crossover Prog


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3.81 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

DISC ONE (76:39)
1. Steal Your Heart Away (2:13)
2. Go Now! (3:10)
3. I Don't Want To Go On Without You (2:43)
4. From The Bottom Of My Heart (I Love You) (3:25)
5. Everyday (1:47)
6. Stop! (2:04)
7. Bye Bye Bird (2:48)
8. Boulevard de la Madeleine (2:54)
9. This Is My House (But Nobody Calls) (2:35)
10. Life's Not Life (2:34)
11. Fly Me High (2:53)
12. Love And Beauty (2:24)
13. Nights In White Satin (4:26)
14. Cities (2:21)
15. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) (4:47)
16. Voices In The Sky (3:32)
17. Ride My See-Saw (3:42)
18. Lovely To See You (2:35)
19. Dear Diary (3:56)
20. Never Comes The Day (4:40)
21. Eyes Of A Child (2:36)
22. Watching And Waiting (4:12)
24. Question (4:54)
23. Candle Of Life (3:15)

DISC TWO (78:28)
1. Melancholy Man (5:05)
2. The Story In Your Eyes (2:52)
3. Isn't Life Strange (6:04)
4. I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) (4:15)
5. For My Lady (3:58)
6. Remember Me, My Friend (3:40)
7. Blue Guitar (3:38)
8. Forever Autumn (4:15)
9. Had To Fall In Love (3:39)
10. Steppin In A Slide Zone (3:25)
11. Driftwood (3:57)
12. Gemini Dream (3:46)
13. The Voice (5:10)
14. Talking Out Of Turn (4:12)
15. Sitting At The Wheel (3:29)
16. Blue World (3:38)
17. Your Wildest Dreams (3:51)
18. The Other Side Of Life (5:03)
19. I Know You're Out There Somewhere (4:18)

Total Time: 155:17

Line-up / Musicians

- Justin Hayward / guitars, vocals (except Disc One, tracks 1-10)
- John Lodge / bass guitar, vocals (except Disc One, tracks 1-10 and Disc Two, tracks 7-8)
- Ray Thomas / harmonica, flute, saxophone, vocals
(except Disc Two, tracks 6-8)
- Graeme Edge / drums, percussion (except Disc Two, tracks 6-8)
- Mike Pinder / keyboards, vocals (except Disc Two, tracks 6-8 and tracks 12-19)
- Patrick Moraz / keyboards on Disc Two, tracks 12-19
- Denny Laine / vocals and guitar on Disc One, tracks 1-10
- Clint Warwick / bass guitar on Disc One, tracks 1-10

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3.81
(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
14%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(57%)
57%
Good, but non-essential (14%)
14%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (14%)
14%

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4 stars A nice collection of MB history. And credit were credit is due, Denny Laine and the (then) band, bashed out some nice tunes, eventhough it is not to be compared to the later MB style! A song like "Boulevard de la Madeleine" CAN be sung by Justin (maybe in the near future? as a tribute?), it ... (read more)

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