Ad

The Moody Blues With The London Festival Orchestra Conducted By Peter Knight (5)Days Of Future Passed

Label:Deram – B0011210-02, Polydor – B0011210-02, UMe – B0011210-02
Format:
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock, Symphonic Rock

Tracklist

Stereo Remastered Album
1The Day Begins: Inc. Morning Glory
Written-By [Morning Glory]Graeme Edge
Written-By [The Day Begins]Peter Knight (5)
5:51
2Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
3:49
3The Morning: Another Morning
Written-ByRay Thomas
3:48
4Lunch Break: Peak Hour
Written-ByJohn Lodge
5:33
5The Afternoon8:23
5aForever Afternoon (Tuesday?)
Written-ByJustin Hayward
5b(Evening) Time To Get Away
Written-ByJohn Lodge
6Evening6:40
6aThe Sun Set
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
6bTwilight Time
Written-ByRay Thomas
7The Night: Nights In White Satin
Written-ByJustin Hayward
7:30
Bonus Tracks
BBC Radio Session
8 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood2:25
1967 Mono Single Masters
9Fly Me High
FeaturingJohn Lodge, Justin Hayward
Written-ByJustin Hayward
2:54
10I Really Haven't Got The Time
FeaturingJohn Lodge, Justin Hayward
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
3:07
11Love And Beauty
MellotronMike Pinder
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
2:24
12Leave This Man Alone
Guitar [Flanged]Justin Hayward
Written-ByJustin Hayward
2:59
13Cities
Written-ByJustin Hayward
2:23
Alternate Versions & Outtakes
14Tuesday Afternoon (Alternate Mix)
Engineer [Engineered By]Derek Varnals
Producer [Produced By]Tony Clarke
Written-ByJustin Hayward
4:20
15Dawn Is A Feeling (Alternate Version)
Engineer [Engineered By]Derek Varnals
Producer [Produced By]Tony Clarke
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
2:19
16The Sun Set (Alternate Version Without Orchestra)
Engineer [Engineered By]Derek Varnals
Producer [Produced By]Tony Clarke
Written-ByMichael Pinder*
2:49
17Twilight Time (Alternate Vocal Mix)
Engineer [Engineered By]Derek Varnals
Producer [Produced By]Tony Clarke
Written-ByRay Thomas
2:27
Ad

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

[On back of case:]
"Originally released as Deram SML707 in November 1967." [ The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed ]
"(P)(C) 2008 Decca Music Group Limited"

[Imprint on hub:]
"MADE IN USA BY EDC"

[From liner notes:]
"Project coordinated For Universal Music By Joe Black"
"CD Package design by Phil Smee at Waldo's Design & Dream Emporium"

"THE BONUS TRACKS"
Track 8: "BBC Radio session for "Saturday Club" - Recorded May 9, 1967"
"...artists were invited to record sessions at the BBC's studios in Maida Vale, London."
"This recording...is the earliest surviving Moody Blues BBC session to feature Justin Hayward and John Lodge."
"..."Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (a hit some years earlier for The Animals)...with Ray Thomas's flute..."

Track 9: "A-side of single"
Track 10: "B-side of single"
"Released as Decca F12607 in May 1967" [ The Moody Blues - Fly Me High ]
"The first Moody Blues release to feature new members Justin Hayward and John Lodge. Recorded on March 30, 1967..."

Track 11: "A-side of single"
Track 12: "B-side of single"
"Released as Decca F12670 in September 1967" [Similar to The Moody Blues - Leave This Man Alone ]
"Recorded on July 17, 1967, Mike Pinder's "Love And Beauty"...has the distinction of being the first Moody Blues recording to feature his use of the Mellotron."
"Justin Hayward's..."Leave This Man Alone," recorded on June 29, 1967, features...flanged guitar..."

Track 13: "B-side of single"
"Released as Deram DM 161 in November 1967" [ The Moody Blues - Nights In White Satin ]
"Recorded on July 17, 1967...released as the single companion to "Nights In White Satin" throughout the world."

Tracks 14 & 15: "Recorded at Decca Studios West Hampstead -
October 24, 1967"
Tracks 16 & 17: "Recorded at Decca Studios West Hampstead -
October 26, 1967"
"In 1967 multi-track recording was essentially in its infancy, with 8-track tape recorders still some months away from arriving in Britain. In common with the techniques adopted by The Beatles on their Sergeant Pepper album, Days Of Future Passed was recorded by utilizing two four-track tape machines. Prior to orchestral overdubs being undertaken, the initial four-track tape was mixed down and then transferred to another four-track tape to allow further overdubs to take place. These recordings are initial reductions used as part of the process and serve as a fascinating insight into the ingenuity employed during the creative process."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 00753 06631 7
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 600753066317
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC B00 112 1002 01%% G
  • Mastering SID Code: L007
  • Mould SID Code: 0377

Other Versions (5 of 355)

View All
Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album)DeramSML 707UK1967
Recently Edited
Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album)DeramSMLA 707Australia1967
Recently Edited
Days Of Future Passed (Reel-To-Reel, 3 ¾ ips, ¼", 4-Track Stereo, 7" Cine Reel, Album)DeramDER X 77012US1967
Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album, Stereo)DeramSML 707Germany1967
Recently Edited
Days Of Future Passed (LP, Album, Mono)Deram, DeramDML 707, DML.707UK1967

Recommendations

Reviews

    Release

    For sale on Discogs

    Sell a copy

    6 copies from $6.00

    Statistics

    • Have:341
    • Want:113
    • Avg Rating:4.47 / 5
    • Ratings:34

    Ad

    Videos (2)

    Edit
    Ad
    Ad