Days of Future Passed is the second album and first concept album by English prog rock band The Moody Blues, released in November 1967 by Deram Records. With its fusion of orchestral and rock elements, it has been cited as one of the first examples of progressive rock. The album was recorded at a time when the Moody Blues were suffering financial difficulties and lack of critical and commercial success.
Orchestra – The London Festival Orchestra. Photography By – Pictorial Press. Remastered By – Alberto Parodi, Justin Hayward. Remastered By – Paschal Byrne. Originally released as Deram SML707 in November 1967. "(P)(C) 2008 Decca Music Group Limited".
Originally released as Deram SML707 in November 1967. Album stereo mix remastered from the original master tapes at Logical Box Studios, Genova, Italy. Surround mix manipulated from the original Quadraphonic Masters and bonus tracks remastering at the Audio Archiving Company, London. Disc Two (CD): tracks 1 and 2: recorded at Decca Studios West Heampstead on 24th October 1976, tracks 3 and 4: recorded at Decca Studios West Heampstead on 26th October 1976, track 5: recorded on 8th October 1967, A-side and track 10: recorded on 17th July 1967, B-side of single released as Deram DM 161.
The Moody Blues Nights In White Satin (The Night) Album Version Incl. Late Lament Peter Knight, London Festival Orchestra. 1967-The Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed The Morning, Another Morning. The Moody Blues, Peter Knight & The London Festival Orchestra Dawn: Dawn Is a Feeling. the moody blues, peter knight and the london festival orchestra nights in white satin. agua panela elfenberg remix manuel sahagun christ burstein.
The one thing Days Of Future Passed had going for it, was that it was a concept album, a new and ambitious undertaking, an avenue that many bands were not venturing down. What the album didn’t have going for it was the London Festival Orchestra, along with the two spoken word poems, as these concepts at the time were seen as products of a bygone era, not compatible with current musical tastes and explorations
The Moody Blues put the orchestra at centre stage with Days of Future Passed, their second album originally released in 1967. Considered by many to be the release that would come to define progressive and rock, psychedelic ballads appear next to lush, trippy, symphonic interludes. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.
Originally released in November 1967, Days of Future Passed was an outstanding technical achievement for its time.