|I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)||7:19|
|Steppin' In A Slide Zone||5:55|
|Say It With Love||5:05|
|Your Wildest Dreams||5:20|
|Isn't Life Strange||8:15|
|I Know You're Out There Somewhere||5:29|
|The Story In Your Eyes||3:56|
|Days Of Future Passed|
|The Day Begins||4:27|
|Dawn Is A Feeling||3:27|
|The Morning (Prelude)||0:24|
|Lunch Break (Prelude)||1:55|
|Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)||5:43|
|Evening (Time To Get Away)||3:52|
|The Sun Set (Prelude)||0:41|
|The Sun Set||3:02|
|Nights In White Satin||6:35|
|The Night (Finale)||3:56|
|Ride My See Saw||4:47|
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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.
The Moody Blues' legendary album Days of Future Passed turned 50 last year, and to celebrate, the band performed the album in its entirety live on tour. That performance is now making its way to fans. Days of Future Passed Live is set for a March 23 release on DVD, Blu-ray and CD. You can see the track listing below and a trailer above. The upcoming video and audio sets kick off with the Moddy Blues performing a selection of their best-known songs. They are then joined by the orchestra for a full performance of Days of Future Passed. Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons supplies the voice for the two spoken-word tracks, Morning Glory and Late Lament. The DVD also includes a bonus segment, "Remembering Days of Future Passed," which features new interviews with band members Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge talking about the making of their classic album.
Days Of Future Passed. Renews automatically. I saw the Moody Blues play live once, at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, and after the band played this song, the applause went on for at least ten minutes. Hayward looked down at the stage floor, and seemed somewhat embarrassed by all the fuss.
The Moody Blues classic 1967 album Days Of Future Passed is regarded as one of the foundation stones of the progressive rock genre. In 2017, the band headed out on the album's 50th Anniversary Tour including the wonderful show captured at the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts in Toronto accompanied by a full orchestra. The concert begins with the band by themselves performing a selection of classic Moody Blues tracks before they are joined by the orchestra to perform Days Of Future Passed in its entirety plus a couple of fantastic encore tracks. This is without doubt the definitive live version of this much loved.
6. Your Wildest Dreams. 7. Isn't Life Strange. 8. I Know You're Out There Somewhere. 9. The Story in Your Eyes. feat: The World Festival Orchestra.
Watch them perform Nights in White Satin," a standout track from their 1967 masterpiece. Last year, the Moody Blues hit the road to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their breakthrough album, 1967's Days of Future Passed.
This film, capturing an electric evening at The Sony Centre, Toronto, where the band were joined on stage by a full orchestra for the first time ever, is the definitive performance of this seminal album. This spectacle of a show features stunning visuals and a unique narration performed by Jeremy Irons, transporting the audience and viewer to the psychedelic dream world of their classic record.