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    Posted 3 years ago

    Vynil33rpm
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    If you like the Moody blues album number one
    album number two
    Big change between the two
    Even if you didn’t particularly like The Moody Blues
    please remember
    Who is this band playing on FM radios
    Sort of a mix of rock ,George Gershwin,
    And mind transcending classical
    Looking at my self reflections in my mind !
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    1. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 3 years ago
      Great group. They, Procol Harem and Traffic were probably the most intellectual bands of the 60's. They had a Moody Blues concert on the Public Television channel in the 90's. It was at that place in the desert that they have concerts. It was incredible! I wish I could have seen them live. A good friend of mine was a major fan. Thanks for the nemories.
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      The MOODY BLUES, PINK FLOYD, ELO, and a (probably mostly unknown (?) band then called) KLAATU were some of my mainstays back in the mid/late 1980's. Never had the chance to see any of 'em 'live'...in retrospect maybe that's not a bad thing, as I would have no doubt ended up being "hazardous to the general public" by the time any of those 'didn't happen' evenings got around to the "driving home" part...?? ;-) :-) <lol>

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