The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight - Days Of Future Passed download album
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.
Tracks 2-01 to 2-04 and 2-13 to 2-19 previously unreleased. Label Code (Back Of The Package): LC 00171. Label Code (On The Discs): LC 00268. Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM.
Orchestra – The London Festival Orchestra. Photography By – Pictorial Press. Remastered By – Alberto Parodi, Justin Hayward. Remastered By – Paschal Byrne. Originally released as Deram SML707 in November 1967. "(P)(C) 2008 Decca Music Group Limited".
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Originally released in November 1967, Days of Future Passed was an outstanding technical achievement for its time.
The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight The Morning: Another Morning.
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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. They decided on the Moody Blues as the rock band due directly to their A&R manager Hugh Mendl being an eager fan of The Moody’s. However, when producer Tony Clarke heard the new original material that the band had been working on, he abruptly decided to replace the Dvorak material and instead had the London Festival Orchestra, led by conductor and arranger Peter Knight, adapt sections from the Moody Blues’ originals. The result was a bit unique for the label who had no idea how to market the material.
The Moody Blues put the orchestra at centre stage with Days of Future Passed, their second album originally released in 1967. Considered by many to be the release that would come to define progressive and rock, psychedelic ballads appear next to lush, trippy, symphonic interludes. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.
Days of Future Passed is, additionally, one of the earliest rock/orchestral fusion attempts, and one of the rare albums made in the last few decades that actually seems to work, thanks largely to the late Peter Knight. Knight, one of the most influential arrangers and musical directors in British TV and theater, conducted the London Festival Orchestra on this album, and was also responsible for its orchestral arrangements and the interludes between the songs.
|A1||The Day Begins|
|A2||Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling|
|A3||The Morning: Another Morning|
|A4||Lunch Break: Peak Hour|
|B1||The Afternoon: Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)|
|B2||Evening: The Sun Set; Twilight Time|
|B3||The Night: Nights In White Satin|
- Manufactured By – Ampex
- Conductor – Peter Knight
- Engineer – Derek Varnals
- Executive-Producer – Hugh Mendl
- Liner Notes – Hugh Mendl
- Orchestra – The London Festival Orchestra
- Producer [Realisation] – Michael Dacre-Barclay*, Tony Clarke
|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|