|1-1||And My Baby's Gone|
|1-3||It's Easy Child|
|2-1||Can't Nobody Love You|
|2-2||I Had A Dream|
|3-1||Let Me Go|
|3-2||I Don't Want To Go On Without You|
|3-3||It Ain't Necessarily So|
|4-1||I Go Crazy|
|4-2||Bye Bye Bird|
|4-3||From The Bottom Of My Heart|
|PS 428||The Moody Blues||Go Now - Moody Blues #1 (LP, Album, Club)||London Records||PS 428||US||1965|
|LEM 57185||The Moody Blues||Go Now - Moody Blues #1 (Cass, Album, Club)||London Records||LEM 57185||US||Unknown|
|PS 428||The Moody Blues||Go Now - Moody Blues #1 (LP, Album, Club, M/Print)||London Records||PS 428||US||1965|
|M-72185||The Moody Blues||Go Now - Moody Blues #1 (Cass, Album)||Ampex||M-72185||US||Unknown|
|DES-18051, DES 18051||The Moody Blues||In The Beginning... (LP, Album, RE, Bes)||Deram, Deram||DES-18051, DES 18051||US||1970|
The Moody Blues are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1964, initially consisting of keyboardist Mike Pinder, t Ray Thomas, guitarist Denny Laine, drummer Graeme Edge, and bassist Clint Warwick. The group came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music. They made some changes in musicians but settled on a line-up of Pinder, Thomas, Edge, guitarist Justin Hayward, and bassist John Lodge, who stayed together for most of the band's "classic era" into the early 1970s.
December is the sixteenth and final album by The Moody Blues. The Christmas themed album released in 2003 is their first album since The Magnificent Moodies to feature covers in addition to original material. It is also their first album following Ray Thomas' retirement from the band. Don't Need a Reindeer" (Justin Hayward) – 3:59. December Snow" (Hayward) – 5:11. In the Quiet of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)" (Bach, Hayward, John Lodge) – 2:51. On This Christmas Day" (Lodge) – 3:40.
In the Beginning" is a 1969 song by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues. Written by drummer Graeme Edge, it was released as the opening track on the album On the Threshold of a Dream. On the Threshold of a Dream is a concept album about dreams, and "In the Beginning" introduces this theme. The track begins with a high-frequency electronic sound, which appears repeatedly on the album. As it begins, the mellotron provides an ascending orchestral sound, which ends abruptly when the verses begin.
Complete your The Moody Blues collection.
Album, 1969, Deram Records. 2. Lovely to See You. 3. Dear Diary. This Is The Moody Blues. Album, 1974, Polydor, Threshold Records.
Album On the Threshold of a Dream. In the Beginning Lyrics. First Man: I think, I think I am, therefore I am, I think.
This is the only Moody Blues album to feature guitarist Denny Laine and bassist Clint Warwick. The style of music on The Magnificent Moodies differs greatly from what most people expect from a Moody Blues album. The style is RīnīB influenced and rather naive and simple. The opening James Brown cover, "I'll Go Crazy," has some silly call-and-response action going on in the beginning, but it also has a really fun piano-driven groove and a bunch of great start-and-stop vocal parts, so it can stick around. Something You Got" might have gone down as unremarkable filler otherwise, but for some reason just adding a flute to the sound gives it a slightly exotic sound, and it kinda works.