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    One of my favorite bands growing up, and still at almost 62 years young, ELO was another favorite.

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    My all time favourite Moody Blues tune

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    Spent a lot of hours listening to them in the early 70s.
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    I was just listening to some Moody Blues the other day. I have their boxed-set of CD's but had all of their vinyl albums back in the 1970's (at that time, I think there were only 7....yeah, I am THAT OLD!) My turntable and albums went by the wayside many years ago but before they did, those albums were much used.

    For fans, the band or at least some of the members did work on the Jeff Wayne's Musical Rendition of War of the Worlds. I really love that album. Had it in vinyl and it was one of the very first compact disks I bought when I switched over to a CD player.
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    Sad. Was last week bouncing around on You Tube listening to various versions of Procol Harum "Whiter Shade of Pale" and ran across "Knights in White Satin" and had to stop to listen. Missed going to a Pink Floyd laser light show in town this past weekend. Used to see in Denver's Planetarium back in the 70's on many weekends. Gary Brooker still doing a bang up job (if not better) on Whiter Shade of Pale now than in '67. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by CWB View Post
    Spent a lot of hours listening to them in the early 70s.
    I think I did,too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollin thunder View Post
    I think I did,too!
    I was around 10, then. I did nothing to cloud my memory of that time.
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    The end of a tour for a R&R pioneer.

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    Dang, they just started a few dates here, RIP! I hung out with Mike Pinder a few times, he lives here.

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    Great band, he will be missed......................

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