Driftwood - The Moody Blues - Gold (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Driftwood - The Moody Blues - Gold (CD)

  1. Song information for Driftwood - The Moody Blues on AllMusic. Song information for Driftwood - The Moody Blues on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Moody Blues. Octave. Gold. Polydor:
  2. This Moody Blues compilation provides the best and some rare songs by The Moody Blues or by The Blue Jays with Justin Hayward. This is one of their deep CDs with whole bunch of hits from the 60s to early 90s which any Moody Blues fan will love/5().
  3. Feb 26,  · Compact Disc Design: Cliff O'Sullivan Singles: May Steppin' in a Slide Zone/I'll be Level with You Oct 6, Driftwood/I'm Your Man. Driftwood - The Moody Blues ().
  4. – The Moody Blues: Steppin' In A Slide Zone: – The Moody Blues: Had To Fall In Love: – The Moody Blues: Driftwood: – Justin Hayward: Forever Autumn: – The Moody Blues: The Voice: – The Moody Blues: Talking Out Of Turn: – The Moody Blues: Gemini Dream: – The /5(9).
  5. Octave is the ninth album by The Moody Blues, released in , and their first release after a substantial hiatus following the success of the best-selling Seventh Sojourn in The album proved to be the last for the group with keyboardist Mike Pinder, who departed during the album's sessions, and declined an offer to tour with the group. Pinder had just started a new family in California.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gold on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Series: Gold (8) • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock – The Moody Blues: Driftwood: The Moody Blues: Gold 4/5(1).
  7. Just like the driftwood of a dream Left on the seashore of sleep Just like the words that wouldn't rhyme Lost in the desert of time Time waits for no one at all No, not even you You thought you'd seen it all before You really thought you knew I don't remember what was said In the confusion that night I only know what's on my mind What's in the future, we will decide Time waits for no one at.
  8. The Moody Blues get the two-disc treatment on the latest installment of Polydor's surprisingly thorough Gold series. Rather than just assemble the usual suspects around staples like "Tuesday Afternoon" and "Story in Your Eyes" (which are here), the compilers dove deep into the group's career, providing tracks from solo recordings like "Remember Me My Friend" from Justin Hayward and John Lodge.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *