Moody Blues Announce Multi-Format ‘Days Of Future Passed Live’

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The Moody Blues photo by Chris Walter and WireImage
Photo: Chris Walter/WireImage

As the Moody Blues continue their current American tour on which they’re performing the whole of their classic 1967 album, Eagle Rock Entertainment have announced the 23 March release of Days Of Future Passed Live. It will be available on DVD, Blu-ray and as a two-CD set, and comes in the wake of the 50th anniversary deluxe reissue of the album itself.

This performance of the famous concept work took place at the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts in Toronto, where the Moody Blues were accompanied by a full orchestra. Filmed in high definition, the concert begins with the band on stage by themselves, for an opening selection of some of the most loved songs in the rest of their catalogue, such as ‘Your Wildest Dreams,’ ‘Isn’t Life Strange, ‘I Know You’re Out There Somewhere’ and ‘The Story In Your Eyes.’

For the second part of the show, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2018 inductees are joined by the orchestra for the complete Days Of Future Passed, from ‘The Day Begins’ to ‘The Night (Finale).’ The voice of Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons is heard on the two spoken word tracks, ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Late Lament.’ The show closes with encores of two more band staples, ‘Question’ and ‘Ride My See-Saw.’

The release will also include a bonus feature, Remembering Days Of Future Passed, which contains new interviews with longtime Moody Blues linchpins Justin Hayward, John Lodge and co-founder Graeme Edge. The drummer features in uDiscover’s two-part interview special, here and here.

Pre-order Days Of Future Passed Live here.


The track listing for the release is as follows: 

Part One – The Moody Blues In Concert (CD Disc 1)
1) I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) 2) The Voice 3) Steppin’ In A Slide Zone 4) Say It With Love  5) Nervous  6) Your Wildest Dreams 7) Isn’t Life Strange 8) I Know You’re Out There Somewhere   9) The Story In Your Eyes

Part Two – Days Of Future Passed Live (CD Disc 2)
10) The Day Begins 11) Morning Glory 12) Dawn (Prelude) 13) Dawn Is A Feeling 14) The Morning (Prelude) 15) Another Morning 16) Lunch Break (Prelude) 17) Peak Hour 18) Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) 19) Evening (Time To Get Away)  20) The Sun Set (Prelude) 21) The Sun Set 22) Twilight (Prelude) 23) Twilight Time 24) Late Lament 25) Nights In White Satin 26) The Night (Finale)

27) Question 28) Ride My See-Saw

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  1. William P Rhinehart

    February 23, 2021 at 3:01 pm

    The Moodys are the finest Rock Band EVER. (IMHO)
    Their music touches the soul and helps me be a better person. I recently introduced them to a woman who is amazed by their music.
    MAY GOD RICHLY BLESS THEM. I hope I can see them one more time before they put me away. Ive seen them 26 times. If you’ve never seen them you need to put them on your “Bucket List”.

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