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<br>The Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream<p>Nautilus Reviewed</p>

The Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream

Nautilus Reviewed

Sonic Grade: C

Another Half Speed debunked.

The Nautilus half-speed is actually very good but it sure doesn't sound like a good British pressing. Their mastering robs the music of some essential energy, ambience, and warmth. Those of you with budget front-ends will find the Nautilus to be very enjoyable, but if you've put a lot of time, energy, and money into your system then there is no substitute for The Real Thing.

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Sku # : moodyonthe_5821
Manufacturer : Nautilus Audiophile Pressing

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This record plays Mint Minus, with a few very light ticks on the edges. The cover is in BEAUTIFUL condition, rating an 8+ out of 10.

AMG Review

... in 1969 this was envelope-ripping, genre-busting music, scaling established boundaries into unknown territory, not only "outside the box" but outside of any musical box that had been conceived at that moment — perhaps it can be considered rock's flirtation with the territory covered by works such as Alexander Scriabin's Mysterium, and if it overreached (as did Scriabin), well, so did a lot of other people at the time, including Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, the Who, et al. To show the difference in the times, the Moodies even brought this extended suite successfully to their concert repertory, and audiences devoured it at the time...


In the Beginning
Lovely to See You
Dear Diary
Send Me No Wine
To Share Our Love
So Deep Within You
Never Comes the Day
Lazy Day
Are You Sitting Comfortably?
The Dream Edge
Have You Heard, Pt. 1
The Voyage
Have You Heard, Pt. 2


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