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The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed


Tracklist


1The Day Begins5:45
2The Morning: Another Morning3:40
3The Afternoon: Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)8:25
4The Night: Nights In White Satin7:41
5Lunch Break: Peak Hour5:21
6Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling3:50
7Evening: The Sun Set: Twilight Time6:39

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SML 707, SML.707The 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, DeramSML 707, SML.707UK1967
SW134-2The Moody Blues Days Of Future Passed ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)SomeWax RecordingsSW134-2Russia2003
HDS-4418The Moody Blues Days Of Future Passed ‎(HDCD, Album, Multichannel, DTS)DeramHDS-4418US1997
KDOAC 6, 820 006-4The 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, DeramKDOAC 6, 820 006-4UKUnknown
DL 107The 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)DeramDL 107Japan1968

Credits


  • Artwork [Cover]David Anstey
  • Composed ByKnight, Redwave
  • ConductorPeter Knight
  • Engineer [Recording]Derek Varnals
  • Executive-ProducerHugh Mendl
  • Liner NotesHugh Mendl
  • OrchestraThe London Festival Orchestra
  • Producer [Realisation]Dacre-Barclay, Tony Clarke

Notes


Rare cassette first press in snapcase box

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The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
Performer: The Moody Blues
Genre: Rock
Title: Days Of Future Passed
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Psychedelic Rock
MP3 album: 1433 mb
FLAC album: 2772 mb
Source: Cassette, Album
№ Cat: M 77612
Label: Deram

Mojind
This is not the original cassette. This one is from the mid 1970's and may be from either Columbia House, Capitol or RCA record club. Original copies, the first design, had a paper label with the title in pink and Ampex did not have the words "stereo tapes" underneath. The second design from around 1970 was a black shell Ampex tape in a slip case design box. DKX 77612 is the cat no for the original tape and is listed below as an "unknown" year.