Title: ¡En Directo!
Style: Pop Rock
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Moody Blues - Are You Sitting Comfortably (1970).
December is the sixteenth and final album by The Moody Blues. The Christmas themed album released in 2003 is their first album since The Magnificent Moodies to feature covers in addition to original material. It is also their first album following Ray Thomas' retirement from the band. Don't Need a Reindeer" (Justin Hayward) – 3:59. December Snow" (Hayward) – 5:11. In the Quiet of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)" (Bach, Hayward, John Lodge) – 2:51. On This Christmas Day" (Lodge) – 3:40.
The Moody Blues are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1964, initially consisting of keyboardist Mike Pinder, t Ray Thomas, guitarist Denny Laine, drummer Graeme Edge, and bassist Clint Warwick. The group came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music. They made some changes in musicians but settled on a line-up of Pinder, Thomas, Edge, guitarist Justin Hayward, and bassist John Lodge, who stayed together for most of the band's "classic era" into the early 1970s.
Labels Polydor Threshold Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album7. Other productions from The Moody Blues. Journey Through Time. A Night at Red Rocks.
December is the sixteenth album by the rock group, The Moody Blues The Christmas themed album released in 2003 is their most current album of new material and their second album along with their debut The Magnificent Moodies to feature covers as well as original material It is also their first album following Ray Thomas' retirement from the band, and is their final. Don't Need a Reindeer" Justin Hayward – 3:59. December Snow" Hayward – 5:11. In the Quiet of Christmas Morning Bach 147" Bach, Hayward, John Lodge – 2:51
Pop mystics of the 1960s and '70s, whose impeccably produced albums exuded pseudo-classical glory, driven by lush Mellotron orchestrations.
Greatest hits album by The Moody Blues. Rock, symphonic rock, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, pop rock. All songs were written by Justin Hayward and performed by The Moody Blues, except where noted. They first came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music. The Moody Blues are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1964, initially consisting of keyboardist Mike Pinder, t Ray Thomas, guitarist Denny Laine, drummer Graeme Edge, and bassist Clint Warwick. They first came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music
The Moody Blues, Peter Knight & London Festival Orchestra. 26 Songs, 1 Hour 33 Minutes. Released: 8 Oct 1974. More By The Moody Blues. See All. Days of Future Passed. On the Threshold of a Dream.
|A2||The Sun Set||4:36|
|A3||Dr. Livingstone, I Presume||3:29|
|A4||Never Comes The Day||5:39|
|B3||Are You Sitting Comfortably||13:01|
|B5||Have You Heard (Part 1)|
|B7||Have You Heard (Part 2)|
|C1||Nights In White Satin||6:06|
|C2||Legend Of A Mind||7:09|
|C3||Ride My See-Saw||4:3|
|D1||Gimme A Little Somethin'||3:13|
|D2||Please Think About It||3:42|
|D3||Long Summer Days||3:13|
|D4||King And Queen||3:53|
|D5||What Am I Doing Here||3:35|
- Engineer – Adrian Martins (tracks: C1, C4, C5), Bill Price (tracks: A, B, C), Dave Grinstead* (tracks: C2), Derek Varnals (tracks: C1, C4, C5), Gus Dudgeon (tracks: C2, C3), John Punter (tracks: A, B, C), Roy Thomas Baker (tracks: C3)
- Producer – Tony Clarke
NotesSides A, B, C recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall 12th December 1969.
+5 (Side D) previously unreleased studio recordings.
The two records have individual cat # (MB 3 and MB 4), but the sleeve has the number as above.
|MB 3/4||The Moody Blues||Caught Live +5 (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Decca||MB 3/4||UK||1977|
|ISK 1155-6||The Moody Blues||Caught Live +5 (2xLP, Album)||Decca||ISK 1155-6||Israel||1977|
|820 161-2||The Moody Blues||Caught Live + 5 (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Threshold||820 161-2||US||Unknown|
|2 PS 690/1||The Moody Blues||Caught Live +5 (2xLP, Album, Bes)||London Records||2 PS 690/1||US||1977|
|2PS5-690/1||The Moody Blues||Caught Live +5 (Cass, Album)||London Records||2PS5-690/1||UK||1977|