|1||The Day Begins|
|2||Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling|
|3||The Morning: Another Morning|
|4||Lunch Break: Peak Hour|
|5||The Afternoon: Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?) (Evening) Time To Get Away|
|6||Evening: The Sun Set: Twilight Time|
|7||The Night: Nights In White Satin|
|SML 707, SML.707||The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight||The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight - Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album, Bla)||Deram, Deram||SML 707, SML.707||UK||1967|
|SW134-2||The Moody Blues||Days Of Future Passed (CD, Album, Unofficial)||SomeWax Recordings||SW134-2||Russia||2003|
|HDS-4418||The Moody Blues||Days Of Future Passed (HDCD, Album, Multichannel, DTS)||Deram/London||HDS-4418||US||1997|
|KDOAC 6, 820 006-4||The Moody Blues With The The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight||The Moody Blues With The The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight - Days Of Future Passed (Cass, Album)||Deram, Deram||KDOAC 6, 820 006-4||UK||Unknown|
|DL 107||The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight||The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight - Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album, Bla)||Deram||DL 107||Japan||1968|
Days of Future Passed is the second album and first concept album by English prog rock band The Moody Blues, released in November 1967 by Deram Records. With its fusion of orchestral and rock elements, it has been cited as one of the first examples of progressive rock. The album was recorded at a time when the Moody Blues were suffering financial difficulties and lack of critical and commercial success.
Days Of Future Passed falls in and out of favor, certainly it’s a concerted cohesive dream, yet it stumbles, where like the abstract modern paintings, the album offered few places to rest, few places where one could be assured of their footing, other than the sections encompassing Tuesday Afternoon and Nights In White Sati. hich I forever thought of as Knights in. White Satin. The mastering is faithful to the original 1967 The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight (5) - Days Of Future Passed that I bought new as a kid. I just played back the rip files from both and keyed on Lunch and Tuesday Afternoon. With the proper tonearm angle tweaking, I could get them to sound virtually the same.
This album marked the formal debut of the psychedelic-era Moody Blues; though they'd made a pair of singles featuring new (as of 1966) members Justin Hayward and John Lodge, Days of Future Passed was a lot bolder and more ambitious.
2008 reissue of their Moody Blues first seven album releases, each with bonus content. Originally released in November 1967, Days of Future Passed was an outstanding technical achievement for its time. The record label Deram wanted to show off its new studio recording techniques by having The Moody Blues record a Dvorák symphony in this "Deramic Stereo Sound" process, which The Moodies did not want to do.
Days Of Future Passed is a music studio album recording by THE MOODY BLUES (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1967 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 1967. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. The Day Begins (5:49) : - a. The Day begins (4:07) - b. Morning Glory (1:42) 2. Dawn (3:49) : - a. Intro (0:39) - b. Dawn Is A Feeling (3:10) 3. Morning (3:55) : - a. Intro (0:21) - b. Another Morning (3:34) 4. Lunch Break (5:33) : - a. Intro (1:53) - b. Peak Hour (3:40) 5. The Afternoon (8
1967-The Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed – Dawn, Dawn Is A Feeling. The Moody Blues – Day Of Future Passed (1967) - Clear Soun. :51. The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed - 1967 – 01. The Day Begins. 1967-The Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed – The Day Begins. 1967-The Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed – Evening, The Sunset, Twilight Time. The Moody Blues – Evening Intro The Sunset Twilight Time. The Moody Blues – Days of Future Passed (1967) CD 1. 3:56. The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight Days Of Future Passed - 1967 – The Morning Another Morning.
As Days of Future Passed shot up the . rock charts, the Moody Blues secured their place in prog history. But the project, released on Nov. 9, 1967, had been fraught with deep uncertainty, weird happenstance and then – at least in the . initial lack of interest. The Moody Blues had started out as a rootsy band, as far removed from symphonic rock as they could be. "We were originally a rhythm-and-blues band, wearing blue suits and singing about people and problems in the Deep South," frontman Justin Hayward told the Los Angeles Times in 1990. Usually an album was six hit singles and six B-sides of songs that people didn't particularly want to listen to. We put it together as an album, 40 minutes of real music. That's why there's no stops, no scrolls, in Days of Future Passed. One song goes into the next song. It goes through as a complete work of ar. Thing is, Decca didn't know about any of it.