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In 1970 The Moody Blues were at their creative and commercial peak. After reinventing themselves from their R&B roots to a much more sophisticated sound, between 1967 and 1970 they released five albums, four of which hit the Top 5 in the UK with two of them going to No.1. They enjoyed similar success in the USA where four of the albums hit the Top 20 and the other was just outside. At the end of August 1970, shortly after the release of their album "A Question Of Balance", The Moody Blues took to the stage of the Isle Of Wight Festival in front of an audience estimated at over half a million. This Blu-ray makes that performance available to be seen in high definition for the first time.
1) Documentary (approx 20 mins)
3) Tuesday Afternoon
4) Never Comes The Day
5) Tortoise And The Hare
8) Melancholy Man
9) Nights In White Satin
10) Legend Of A Mind
11) Ride My See Saw
I am a Moody Blues fan of their early works through to their break-up after the Seventh Sojourn album. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mills Robert Coleman Jr.
The Moody Blues "On The Threshold of A Dream" "Live" at The Isle of Wight Festival, is a rare treat for any Moody Blue's fan. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael
When I first popped the Blu Ray into the player, I was annoyed. What you had were recent interviews with Hayward, Edge, Lodge and Pinder, being interposed with the concert proper. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stephen Lerch
I love watching the Moody Blues. I have been to one of their concerts and I enjoy watching them while they are singing.Published 23 months ago by Kathleen T Trandem