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The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed (Symphonic Rock, 1967) | This is the first compete album I can really remember liking. I was eleven or so, and completely captivated by the simple premise of making a summer day into a symphonic album. This recording, the first rock album to incorporate orchestral accompaniment, paints a seamless sonar portrait. It also paved the way for pretty much the entire prog rock genre.

The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed (Symphonic Rock, 1967) | This is the first compete album I can really remember liking. I was eleven or so, and completely captivated by the simple premise of making a summer day into a symphonic album. This recording, the first rock album to incorporate orchestral accompaniment, paints a seamless sonar portrait. It also paved the way for pretty much the entire prog rock genre.

1970 The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance [Threshold THS3] artwork: Phil Travers #albumcover

1970 The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance [Threshold THS3] artwork: Phil Travers #albumcover

Brian Wilson with David Marks in the background at Capitol Records during their first recording session in 1961.

Brian Wilson with David Marks in the background at Capitol Records during their first recording session in 1961.

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