The moody blues - the lost performance (live in paris '70)

This was our fourth time seeing the Moody Blues in concert, and I can honestly say it was THE most incredible experience of them all! My love for the band goes back to the album they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of: 1967's "Days of Future Passed". For the first half, they played some of their old hits, including a few that were not in their usual performance lineup, so that was a treat, right there. The "moody blue" psychedelic graphics were a nice touch, also. Imagine our delight to find a full orchestra on the stage when we returned from the short intermission! The "note for note, cut for cut" full album recreation was spectacular, including some breathtaking graphics on screen and a video of esteemed actor, Jeremy Irons, performing the poems, "Morning Glory" and "Late Lament". Justin Hayward and John Lodge are still in fine voice, and drummer Graeme has retained his "Edge". The rest of the band is stellar as well. In almost 50 years of attending concerts, this one is an absolute standout!

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During this time period, The Moodies released their Gold-selling boxed set collection entitled TIME TRAVELLER , a greatest hits package in 1997 entitled THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES , and a double-CD ANTHOLOGY album.  The group welcomed the new Millennium with the release of the appropriately titled STRANGE TIMES , which was their first studio album in eight years, charting yet again in the Top 100 on Billboard .  Recorded in Genoa, Italy, the band took on the role of “producers” of the album, another first for the The Moodies.

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