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The Moody Blues
A Question of Balance

  (Item #: moodyquest_1910) 

Our Price: $149.99

  • A very special early UK pressing of A Question Of Balance with outstanding Double Plus (A++) sound on both sides - exceptionally quiet vinyl too
  • Huge and spacious with wonderful Tubey Magic - this is the way the band sounded in 1970, alive and kickin'!
  • This copy has some of the very best Moody Blues sound we've ever heard - it's a truly exceptional recording in their canon
  • Includes the big hit "Question," one of the all time greats by the band, which sounds fantastic here of course
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Super Hot Stamper

The Moody Blues
A Question of Balance

  (Item #: moodyquest_1910_1) 

Our Price: $79.99

  • A Hot Stamper UK pressing of A Question Of Balance with exceptionally quiet vinyl
  • Includes the big hit "Question," one of the all time greats by the band, which sounds fantastic here of course
  • "And the Tide Rushes In'' is one of the prettiest psychedelic songs ever written, a sweetly languid piece with some gorgeous shimmering instrumental effects. The surprisingly jagged opening track, 'Question,' became a popular concert number as well as a number two single. Graeme Edge's 'Don't You Feel Small' and Justin Hayward's 'It's Up to You' both had a great beat, but the real highlight here is John Lodge's 'Tortoise and the Hare,' a fast-paced number that the band used to rip through in concert with some searing guitar solos by Hayward."
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The Moody Blues - A Question of Balance

Our Shootout Winner from 2010

  (Item #: moodyquest_2010) 



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

This British Threshhold pressing is one of the best copies of this album we've heard. Both sides have tons of tubey magic (natch), BIG BASS, and better transparency than the copies we played it against. Most Moody Blues records are too murky to make much sense of, but this Hot Stamper copy breaks through that mud and gives fans of this band the sound they've been wishing for and likely never found.

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