Label: Deram - UICY-77987 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Soft Rock, Symphonic Rock
Originally released in November , Days of Future Passed was an outstanding technical achievement for its time. The record label Deram wanted to show off its new studio recording techniques by having The Moody Blues record a Dvorák symphony in this "Deramic Stereo Sound" process, which The Moodies did /5(1).
Its a game of two halves and the 5 stars are for disc two which features Days of Future Passed from Toronto with live one is fine though sounds weary at times with some songs that I don't get me wrong..I love the moodies and are used to their patchy live performances having seen them many times over many two though is the star and is much much better than I /5().
· View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Days Of Future Passed" on Discogs/5(7).
· Days Of Future Passed (Expanded Edition) 1. The Day Begins The Moody Blues. 2. Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling The Moody Blues. 3. The Morning: Another Morning The Moody Blues. 4. Lunch Break: Peak Hour The Moody ed on: Novem.
· Before going any further, it should be stated that the vintage remasterings of the Moody Blues' "classic seven" albums, including Days of Future Passed, were just fine. They were a significant improvement over the original late-'80s CD releases from Polygram, which were rushed and, in some instances, badly flawed, and they're rich and.
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