The Vinyl Issue: Concept albums
In search of space with The Moody Blues and Muse. Back down to earth with The Kinks and Bruce Springsteen.
Spin a wild tale with these conceptual classics.
THE MOODY BLUES
Days Of Future Passed (DERAM, 1967)
Liner notes eventually made their way into CD booklets, but it was better to have them on the back of an album sleeve. And when faced with a beguiling blend where “poetry, the beat group and the symphony orchestra feed on each other’s inspiration”, Moodies’ fans could find guideposts for deeper appreciation.