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Playlist Plus: The Moody Blues


Download links and information about Playlist Plus: The Moody Blues by Moody Blues. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:49:27 minutes.

Artist: Moody Blues
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:49:27
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No. Title Length
1. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) [Full Version] 4:47
2. Nights In White Satin (Incl. "Late Lament") 7:38
3. Ride My See-Saw 3:42
4. Legend of a Mind 6:37
5. Voices In the Sky 3:29
6. Lovely to See You 2:34
7. Dear Diary 3:56
8. Never Comes the Day 4:41
9. Gypsy 3:33
10. Candle of Life 4:12
11. Watching and Waiting 4:14
12. Question 5:44
13. It's Up to You 3:11
14. Melancholy Man (Full Version) 5:45
15. The Story In Your Eyes 3:04
16. One More Time to Live 5:39
17. You Can Never Go Home 4:15
18. My Song 6:17
19. Lost In a Lost World 4:40
20. New Horizons 5:10
21. Isn't Life Strange (Full Version) 6:08
22. I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band) 4:16
23. Remember Me (My Friend) (featuring Justin Hayward, John Lodge) 5:24
24. Blue Guitar (featuring Justin Hayward, John Lodge) 3:37
25. Steppin' In a Slide Zone 5:30
26. Had to Fall In Love 3:40
27. Driftwood (Edit Version) 4:23
28. The Voice (featuring New World Philharmonic) 5:12
29. Gemini Dream (featuring New World Philharmonic) 4:04
30. Blue World 5:11
31. Your Wildest Dreams 4:49
32. I Know You're Out There Somewhere 6:35
33. Say It With Love 3:53
34. Bless the Wings (That Bring You Back) [Orchestral Mix] 3:59
35. Strange Times 4:28
36. December Snow 5:10



Essentially, this is a reconfigured version of the 2005-vintage Gold compilation on the Moody Blues, in Universal's double-CD series. A triple-CD set with 36 songs versus that double-disc's 34, it's a lot less crowded on each platter (and one would think that another couple of songs wouldn't have been out of order — like how about "The Day We Meet Again'" from Octave). The total overlap between the two is well over 90-percent, the major difference being the absence here of "Forever Autumn" by Justin Hayward from War of the Worlds. The annotation is minimal, the sound is excellent, and the package is small and convenient. But it is also totally unnecessary for anyone who already owns Gold.