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Days Of Future Passed
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Days of Future Passed ___________________________________________________

Deram / Decca 820 006-2 (CD)

The Moody Blues

with The London Festival Orchestra
conducted by Peter Knight

In Days Of Future Passed the Moody Blues have at last done what many others have dreamed of and talked about; they have extended the range of pop music, and found the point where it becomes one of the world of the classics. Here, where emotion and creativity blend – where poetry, the beat group and the symphony orchestra feed on each other’s inspiration – the Moodys have chosen to paint their picture of everyman’s day, which takes nothing from the nostalgia for the past – and adds nothing to the probabilities of the future.

For such a fusion of pop composition and classical writing, it seemed obvious that the Deramic Sound System of ‘all-round sound’ it has, we believe, become more possible than in any other way to be totally submerged – and hence totally committed to such a deeply emotional statement of the human condition today.
– Hugh Mendl      


1. The Day Begins
(Redgrave, Knight)

2. Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling


3. The Morning: Another Morning

4. Lunch Break: Peak Hour

5. The Afternoon:
a) Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)
b) (Evening) Time To Get Away (Lodge)

6. Evening:
a) The Sun Set
b) Twilight Time (Thomas)

7. The Night: Nights In White Satin

1, 3, 4, 5b and 6b – Westminster Music Ltd/ 2, 6a – Sparta Florida Music Group, Ltd 5a and 7 – Tyler Music Ltd (P) 1967 The Decca Record Company Limited, London © 1986 The Decca Record Company Limited, London


The following information can be found on the original vinyl album:

Deram / London DES-18012 (Stereo)
ZAL 8079BW W

Executive Producer: Hugh Mendl
Realisation: Michael Dacre-Barclay, Tony Clarke
Recording Engineer: Derek Varnals

All music composed: Redwave-Knight

Cover painting by David Anstey

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