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Days Of Future Passed (180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl/Limited Edition) Limited Edition
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There aren t too many albums like Days Of Future Passed, and then again, there aren t too many bands with the
iconic power and legacy of The Moody Blues. Initially a British pop/rock outfit scoring instant success in 1964 with
say Days Of Future fortunes, but also the way many of us would go on to listen to music forever.
With the addition of new bassist John Lodge and a tip from friend Eric Burdon Thomas, Graeme Edge and Mike Pinder soon moved the five guys to the outskirts seriously sat down and systematically wrote and devised the beginnings of not only their direction, but the
rudiments of Days Of Future Passed.
Written to be a stage show about the day in the life of a person, The Moody Blues artistically and creatively wrote the
thematic songs and worked them into concert form months before they were even signed to a label. While playing
the songs out live in the nightclubs, they built a zest for the new songs and knew that they had something special
which would only lead them down paths never in their wildest dreams (that s another upcoming album).
Newly signed to Deram Records, the parent company Decca in the U.K. was looking for their quintet to record
alongside an orchestra to create an audio demonstration album for the Deram label sales reps to use at retail shops.
They initially thought Dvorak s New World Symphony would be recorded and asked the band to add their rock sound
to the classic work. The band told them yes but they needed five days in the studio to work out parts, and when they
came back to the label heads with the psychedelic rock and symphonic classic Days In The Future Passed and not
the symphony they hired them for, it began what we could say the birth of progressive rock.
The Moody Blues Days In The Future Passed was an artistic and crowning achievement for the ages. Culled from it
were two hit singles with Tuesday Afternoon and the monumental Nights In White Satin, which not only charted in
1967 but then again in 1972 when the album and the single reached the top of the charts, thanks to the endless
touring, an incredible string of classic rock smash albums, and the strength of the material from a 1967 masterwork
which will forever last in the journals of rock and popular music.
Friday Music is very proud to announce The Moody Blues 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series with our first installment
of their mind blowing classic Days Of Future Passed. Mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Deram Records
tapes, this limited edition classic will be a much welcomed and important addition to your collection.
As an added treat to celebrate the 45th Anniversary Edition of this legendary Moody Blues album, the artwork will be
presented in a first time gatefold cover making this a feast for the ears as well as for the eyes.
So let s celebrate together the 45th Anniversary of the legendary Moody Blues masterpiece Days Of Future Passed.
First time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl with a stunning gatefold cover.....from your friends at Friday Music.....Breathe
Deep The Gathering Gloom!
Top customer reviews
There may be a good recording in there somewhere, but unfortunately Friday is going to have to go back to the drawing board to fix it.
My replacement record has the exact same problems in the exact same places. This product is defective (not Amazon's fault) and should not be purchased. Friday's music really dropped the ball on this record. I'm seeing the Moody's live in March and I will make sure they know what a disaster this pressing from Friday Music is. I returned the second copy for a refund. There is no sense in trying a third copy. Very disappointing. If the manufacturer had a clue they would recall this product and publicly apologize for all the inconvenience. I will not buy anymore of their pressings.