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The legendary Moody Blues present this special musical collection, their first live album without an orchestra, since their historic 1969 release The Moody Blues Live + 5. Recorded live at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on June 11 during their 2005 World tour, in which they played New Zealand for the first time and returned to Australia, this rare live recording is pure Moody Blues. With the Moodies' unique brand of music that has kept them at the top of their profession for 40 years, and has maintained them as one of the biggest live touring acts of all-time, this is a truly sparkling performance from one of the world's greatest and best-loved rock bands.
Featuring Justin Hayward on electric, acoustic guitar and vocals; John Lodge on bass, acoustic guitar and vocals; and Graeme Edge on drums and percussion, the rock legends magically perform selections from their incredible roster of musical masterpieces.The Moodies are also joined by their friends and colleagues Norda Mullen on flute and guitar, Gordon Marshall on drums and percussion, Paul Bliss on keyboards, and Bernie Barlow on backing vocals and keyboards, making it a magical night to remember.
Songs: Lovely to See You, Tuesday Afternoon, Lean on Mea (Tonight), The Actor, Steppin' in a Slide Zone, The Voice, Talking out of Turn, I Know You're Out There Somewhere, The Story in Our Eyes, Forever Autumn, Your Wildest Dreams, Isn't Life Strange, The Other Side of Life, December Snow, Higher and Higher, Are You Sitting Comfortably, I'm Just a Singer (in a Rock n Roll Band), Nights in White Satin, Question and Ride My See-Saw.
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I am very familiar with the concert and have purchased many copies. My order was received in good shape. The problem is that I thought I was getting Standard DVD. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James B. Wood
Like their performing in your living room! This Blu-Ray is beyond top notch! Production and performance truly could not get any better!Published 1 month ago by Jimmy H. Frederickson
first band to use electronic board. key board looked like organ, and failed lots of times early concerts. when key board worked my wife and I loved what we called floating music.Published 2 months ago by glen robinson
In my opinion, this is the best Moody Blues DVD, a bit better than A Night at Red Rocks despite the fact that Ray Thomas was not part of this show. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Garvey
This may be the best Moody Blues DVD I have seen. It includes many favorites which are on their other concert DVDs but it also has some different tunes from later albums. Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Webb