The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed

This album is of definite historical significance as it was the first one to have MELLOTRONS , but also for its full-fledged orchestral arrangements and longer numbers. And I lost count of how many times I got laid in white satin sheets . So a lot of good memories but having re-listened to it after around twenty years , I must say that some passages are quite dated , and let's face it I play this when there are woman ready to fall into my arms - not meaning that I can't get laid without it , you wise arses! Anyway, of historical significance. 
(Sean Trane)
From in UK.
Symphonic Progressive Rock
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed - 1967
01. The day begins (5:49)
02. Dawn: Dawn is a feeling (3:49)
03. Morning: another Morning (3:40)
04. Lunch break: peak hour (5:16)
05. Tuesday afternoon (forever afternoon) (8:48)
06. Evening: the sun set: twilight time (6:14)
07. Night: nights in white satin (7:38)
08. Late Lament (1:35) 
Total Time: 42:49
- Graeme Edge / drums
- Justin Hayward / guitars, vocals
- John Lodge / bass, acoustic guitar, vocals
- Michael Pinder / keyboards, vocals, mellotron
- Ray Thomas / flute, vocals
- The London Festival Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight


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