Days of Future Passed

Days of Future Passed

Music CD - 2017 | 50th anniversary deluxe edition.
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The third album from The Moody Blues was one of the first to add orchestral elements to rock. It also features the classic track Nights in White Satin. This anniversary edition comes with a wealth of bonus audio material and a DVD.
Publisher: Baarn, Netherlands :, Deram :, Universal International Music,, [2017]
℗2017
Edition: 50th anniversary deluxe edition.
Copyright Date: ℗2017
Characteristics: 2 audio discs : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 videodisc (sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.)
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Contents: Disc 1: Original 1967 stereo mix. The day begins
Dawn : Dawn is a feeling
The morning : Another morning
Lunch break : Peak hour
The afternoon : Forever afternoon (Tuesday?) ; Time to get away
Evening : The sun set ; Twilight time
The night : Nights in white satin
Bonus tracks: Long summer days
Please think about it
Don't let me be misunderstood (BBC "Saturday club" session)
Love and beauty ; Leave this man alone ; Peak hour (BBC "Easybeat" session)
Nights in white satin ; Fly me high ; Twilight time (BBC "Dave Symonds" session).
Disc 2: 1972 stereo remix. The day begins
Dawn : Dawn is a feeling
The morning : Another morning
Lunch break : Peak hour
The afternoon : Forever afternoon (Tuesday?)
Evening: The sun set ; Twilight time
The night : Nights in white satin
Bonus tracks: Tuesday afternoon (alternate mix)
Dawn: Dawn is a feeling (alternate version)
The sun set (alternate version without orchestra)
Twilight time (alternate vocal mix)
Mono single masters: Fly me high (A-side of single)
I really haven't got the time (B-side of single)
Love and beauty (A-side of single)
Leave this man alone (B-side of single)
Nights in white satin (A-side of single)
Cities (B-side of single).
Disc 3: DVD: 5.1 surround sound mix & 96 kHz / 24-bit 1967 stereo mix. The day begins
Dawn : Dawn is a feeling
The morning : Another morning
Lunch break : Peak hour
The afternoon : Forever afternoon (Tuesday?) ; Time to get away
Evening : The sun set ; Twilight time
The night : Nights in white satin
Visual content: British Gala du MIDEM, 1968. Peak hour
Tuesday afternoon
Nights in white satin.
Summary: The third album from The Moody Blues was one of the first to add orchestral elements to rock. It also features the classic track Nights in White Satin. This anniversary edition comes with a wealth of bonus audio material and a DVD.

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ManMachine
Jan 29, 2019

Released back in 1967 - "Days of Future Passed" would be the second studio album by the British prog-rockers known as the Moody Blues.

This psychedelic musical offering by the Moody Blues would be a combination of their music along with the accompaniment of orchestral arrangements by the London Festival Orchestra.

Most of the tracks on this album were a songwriting collaboration between guitarist/vocalist. Justin Hayward, and bassist/vocalist, John Lodge.

This disc also includes 8 bonus tracks of singles and remixes.

(*Be sure to check out the "Tuesday Afternoon" music-video*)

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nomadicXbombino
Feb 21, 2018

it's great that we have this 50th anniversary edition of the eternal { & very soon to be inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame } Moody Blues / how many thoughts & moods this piece has launched over the last HALF-CENTURY \ to lifetime fans --> you're gonna love this ---> original sound mix / '72 remix / the real ssonic revelation --> pop the 3rd disc in your DVD player & hear something you only think you've heard for 50 yrs. <--- plus a cool short 1967 concert set vid ... fun stuff ...the Moodies rule !

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lmlee7
May 11, 2017

1967. High school. Viet Nam war was happening. Music to escape to. Still works. Classic.

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