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The Moody Blues
Days of Future Passed

  (Item #: moodydayso_1904_1908) 

Our Price: $149.99

  • This outstanding pressing of The Moody Blues' Masterpiece earned solid Double Plus (A++) grades on both sides - fairly quiet vinyl too
  • The sound is huge, rich and lively throughout - you need this kind of space for the orchestral parts to work
  • An Album Experience beyond practically anything that had come before (Sgt. Pepper excluded)
  • 4 1/2 stars: "Days of Future Passed became one of the defining documents of the blossoming psychedelic era, and one of the most enduringly popular albums of its era."
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The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed

Our Shootout Winner from 2011

  (Item #: moodydayso_2011) 

A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

WOW -- two stunning Triple Plus sides and quiet vinyl throughout for what is probably the definitive Moody Blues album! It's the first album to showcase their signature mixture of classical music and psychedelic rock. It is TOUGH to find copies of this album that sound correct and play quietly, but both sides here really get it right.

The orchestral passages for the first time actually sound CORRECT, with the kind of textured strings, airy woodwinds and three-dimensional soundstaging you would hear on a real classical recording from the era, can you believe it? Playing this copy you can!

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The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed

MoFi Debunked

  (Item #: moodydayso_debunk) 

Sonic Grade: C

The MoFi pressing has a boosted top end, making everything sparkle and causing the string tone for the orchestral parts to become exceedingly hi-fi-ish. In our Hot Stamper commentary we noted:

The sound is fundamental to the experience. The strings of the orchestra sound as sweet as any Decca, the soundstage wide and deep as any symphonic recording. For those of you who still think Mobile Fidelity is the king on this one, here’s a record that demonstrates what truly natural highs really are. The Moodies used Decca’s classical engineers, not their pop ones, and those guys know what orchestral instruments actually sound like.

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