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Subject: Moody Blues fan club

Written By: Green Lantern on 10/17/08 at 9:21 pm


A link to another old  thread on this site re them.

Here's another one:

I know there's a number of us that rate them.  For quite some time ... they were my all time favorite band .... probably still are, although I don't listen to their stuff as often as I once did. Sadly ... their stuff after the early 80's (following Long Distance Voyager) .... declined rapidly in overall album quality (IMHO). For me .. 'The Other side of life' ... only had that song (title track) .. and 'Your Wildest Dreams' as essential tracks.

Anyhow, the main point of starting this thread ... is to alert those who might not know ... 'Justin Hayward .... THIS IS YOUR LIFE' ... it's on 'Youtube'  8)  8)  8) ....... in 4 separate downloads:

I did see part (all ? ) of this by accident .. when it screened in the UK a few years back .. just happened to have tv on. However, failed to record it ... so ... this is a nice find !  8)

Started thread here .. cos they DID cover more than a decade ... being significant in the 60's, 70's AND 80's !  8)

Subject: Re: Moody Blues fan club

Written By: Green Lantern on 10/18/08 at 8:05 am

Incidentally ... for those who enjoy 'This is your life' .... (usually around 30 minutes long ? ) ... there's a few others out there .. including:  < Featuring the 'Madness' lead singer,  Suggs.  <  Featuring singer Paul Young  <  Featuring Midge Ure ... of Ultravox

However ... the above 3 are only around 5 minute each snippets of the whole show. The Justin Hayward one is the whole lot.

Subject: Re: Moody Blues fan club

Written By: whistledog on 10/18/08 at 4:55 pm

I grew up listening to The Moody Blues in the 80s.  'Your Wildest Dreams' and 'I Know You're Out There Somewhere' are still among some of my favourites of the 80s 8)

Their last ever hit here in Canada was in 1991, but the title of it escapes me at the moment

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