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STEPPIN' THROUGH A TIME ZONE! - 1992
This section celebrates everything Moody Blues through providing an amazing factoid, a Moody myth-busting reality check and a daily question to test your knowledge of the band.
OUR GUESSING GAME - YESTERDAY'S ANSWER
On which Moody Blues recording did they employ a classically trained dancer? Is This Heaven? (tap-dancer Stephen Mear)
HAVE YOU HEARD?
Did you know that, for the Red Rocks concert, orchestral conductor Larry Baird had to recreate all of the orchestrations from Days of Future Passed because Peter Knight’s originals had been lost?
NO MORE LIES
Myth: The Moody Blues performance filmed at Red Rocks with an orchestra in 1992 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the band. Reality: Unfortunately not. Since the band was formed in 1964, it was the twenty-eighth anniversary. It wasn’t even the twenty-fifth anniversary of the ‘classic’ line-up, since they came together in late 1966. It was, though, the twenty-fifth anniversary of the recording and release of Days of Future Passed.
OUR GUESSING GAME
What was the first Christmas-related song that the Moody Blues recorded?
Come back tomorrow to find out the answer, plus new facts, a new question and another myth busted!
MoodyAlan wrote:I saw 2 casino shows in the 90's. Both were in Tahoe and it was a great place to see a show and spend a weekend. The highlight of those shows was when Justin sang "I Know Your Out There Somewhere". He did the second verse in Spanish and then the last verse he alternated English and Spanish. I had just gotten a copy of the Spanish version a few weeks before that show. Great times.
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