The Moody Blues have created over 50 years of exhilarating and significant music that has influenced countless musicians and rocked fans around the world. With the formation of the classic lineup in 1966, the band worked with producer Tony Clarke to record the landmark concept album Days Of Future Passed. The record mixed symphonic orchestrations with a psychedelic rock band singing soaring melodies, spawned the hit single “Nights In White Satin,” and is considered one of the very first progressive rock albums. More at rockhall.com...
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