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10,000 Light Years Ago
Review by Gary Hill
It’s a safe bet most people reading this review know of John Lodge from his work as part of the Moody Blues.

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B Yond - The Very Best Of
Review by Gary Hill

This is unusual as "best of" sets go. For one thing, many of the tracks are not John Lodge solo numbers, but rather numbers he wrote for and recorded with The Moody Blues.


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The Moody Blues - A Night at Red Rocks With the Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Review by Gary Hill
For my money a lot of the albums where rock bands record with symphony orchestras are suspect.

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The Moody Blues - A Question of Balance
Review by Steve Alspach
The fourth album released by the Moody Blues between 1967 and 1972, A Question of Balance was the first album by the Moodies that didn't have any sort of coherent theme to it. It was still an influential album.
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The Moody Blues - Blue World 12 inch single (Vinyl)
Review by G. W. Hill

This twelve inch single from the Moody Blues is out of print, but you can certainly find it online and most likely at a decent price.


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The Moody Blues - Classic Artists DVD
Review by Gary Hill

There is certainly more to like about this documentary than there is to dislike.


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The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed
Review by Steve Alspach
Few bands make a quantum leap in musical style the way Moody Blues did between 1965 and 1967.
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The Moody Blues - December
Review by Gary Hill
With a band as devoted to pretty ballads and symphonic stylings, it was just a matter of time before they did a holiday disc.
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The Moody Blues - Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
Review by Gary Hill

This Moody Blues album is somewhat typical of the group, but in many ways seems less effective than some of the other releases in the group’s catalog.


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The Moody Blues - Hall of Fame - Live At The Royal Albert Hall 2000
Review by Gary Hill

I’ve only seen the Moody Blues live once and it was a disappointing show. They pushed the sound system past the point of good music and into the distortion zone. 


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The Moody Blues - In Search of the Lost Chord
Review by Gary Hill

The third album from The Moody Blues, this came out in 1968. As such, it's more proto-prog than actual prog, since that wasn't really a thing yet.


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The Moody Blues - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970
Review by Gary Hill
The Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 saw the Moody Blues play in front of half a million people. I’m sure many people then (as today, even) thought of the Moody Blues as a strictly studio band.
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The Moody Blues - Long Distance Voyager
Review by Gary Hill

In the 1980’s the Moody Blues took on a more electronic sound. I know that sound didn’t sit well with a lot of fans. For them this was probably the last great Moody Blues album – at least for a while. 


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The Moody Blues - Lovely to See You Again DVD
Review by Gary Hill

This live DVD showcases the Moody Blues in a 2005 performance.


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The Moody Blues - Octave (original vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

I recently saw a list of most disappointing albums, and this was on it. I decided to do this retro review as sort of my rebuttal to that.


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The Moody Blues - On the Threshold of a Dream
Review by G. W. Hill

I’ve always liked this album a lot.


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The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn
Review by Gary Hill

This album from the Moody Blues probably falls in the middle of the road of their older stuff. There are a few exceptional tracks.


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The Moody Blues - Threshold Of A Dream: Live at the Isle of Wight Festival DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have always liked the Moody Blues. So, I looked at this DVD with anticipation.
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The Moody Blues - To Our Children's Children's Children
Review by Steve Alspach
The middle of the seven albums released by the Moodies between 1967 and 1972, "…Children…" has space exploration as its theme. No small wonder - it was 1969, and space travel was quite the thing back then.
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