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Moody Blues Revisit The '80s In Tour That Stops At Oakdale

Moody Blues Revisit The '80s In Tour That Stops At Oakdale

Few bands get to enjoy a first act, let alone a second one. Somewhere near the post-"Sgt. Pepper" intersection of psychedelic and progressive rock, U.K.'s Moody Blues crafted memorable album-length statements like "Days of Future Past" (1967), "In Search of the Lost Chord" (1968) and "On the Threshold of a Dream" (1969), while cracking the charts with "Nights in White Satin," a pocket symphony that still sounds futuristic. But like a lot of 1960s bands, the Moodys struggled in the early 1980s. Producer Tony Visconti, who had already worked with Wings and David Bowie among others, was brought on board for 1986's "The Other...

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