7 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Days of Future Passed is a very 1967 affair. A musical description of a single day, with poetic interludes, it was made in collaboration between The Moody Blues and the London Festival Orchestra. Melancholy pop songs such as “Dawn: Dawn Is a Feeling” and “The Afternoon” increase their emotive weight with sparkling Broadway arrangements, while the mournful “Nights In White Satin” gives way to the lush romance of “Late Lament,” linked only by a few well-chosen words about the ending of the day.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Days of Future Passed is a very 1967 affair. A musical description of a single day, with poetic interludes, it was made in collaboration between The Moody Blues and the London Festival Orchestra. Melancholy pop songs such as “Dawn: Dawn Is a Feeling” and “The Afternoon” increase their emotive weight with sparkling Broadway arrangements, while the mournful “Nights In White Satin” gives way to the lush romance of “Late Lament,” linked only by a few well-chosen words about the ending of the day.

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