Disc 1 encompassing their early years is phenomenal. The tunes are haunting and the lyrics speak to the torment that the human mind must wrestle with. Isn't Life Strange is an emotional powderkeg for those facing heartbreak, and Question crystallizes the philosophical quandary we face when examining our spiritual selves. But the good news is each song resolves these issues for us
The Moody Blues, and their uniquely appealing sound, were probably one of the most accessible and easy to appreciate British, Progressive-Rock bands of the late 1960s who, though they continued to carry on, reached their musical peak by the end of the 1970s.
Containing tunes that mainly focus on their most productive years (1968-1988), Gold gives the listener an excellent sample of the distinctiveness of The Moody Blues, who stood tall as one of Rock's most musically innovative giants of that period of time.
Featuring such memorable tunes as - Tuesday Afternoon, Lovely to See You, Question, Isn't Life Strange?, Gypsy, Drifting, Forever Autumn and Talking Out Of Turn, this fine compilation of over thirty songs is, without question, The Moody Blues at their very, very best.
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