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I have owned this album in Vinyl since 1973, and IMHO is the best of the original 7 Moodies Albums recorded with Justin Hayward and John Lodge. The segue from "Procession" to "Story in Your Eyes" sends a tingle up my spine every time I hear it and the fade out to "My Song" is just superb; little wonder some odd folks thought of the Moodies as of another world. But the best track has to be "You Can Never Go Home", just brilliant; I can't understand why this track has never appeared on a Moodies compilation.
This remaster is excellent, increasing clarity but losing none of the warmth of Tony Clarke's original production.
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Initial post: 25 Aug 2010 12:23:52 BDT
Christopher Nash says:
Absolutely spot on! AND a previously unreleased song by the great Ray Thomas! An embarrassment of riches!
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Nov 2011 22:19:42 GMT
P. Schlingemann says:
You can find 'You can never go home' -a superb song, as you rightly state- on the Time Traveller compilation, along with Procession, The Story in your eyes, One more time to live and My song. Those five tracks sum up the album quite nicely.
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