Moody Blue

8 thoughts on “ Moody Blue

  1. Akirr says:
    The moody blues has remained a band that definitely plays its own tunes and marches to its own beat. With many 60s bands struggling to reinvent themselves in the s, the Moody Blues came out with "Wildest Dreams", My friends at the times who consider the 60s sound out of date or their parent music even got into this single/5().
  2. Vugul says:
    Jan 28,  · Fans of the Moody Blues hungry for the band's intoxicatingly rich arrangements and soaring melodies need look no further than this terrific compilation. What it lacks in depth this collection makes up for in breadth, spanning the band's year history of hits from "Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)" to "Your Wildest Dreams."/5().
  3. Mazumuro says:
    Check out The Moody Blues on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  4. Tojarisar says:
    " Moody Blue " is a song made famous by Elvis Presley. The song was written by Mark James who recorded the original version of the song, which reached #15 in South Africa during the summer of James also penned Elvis' " Suspicious Minds ".B-side: "She Thinks I Still Care".
  5. Kigagami says:
    Feb 14,  · I own a Moody Blue version on the " music girl " label Front and back are the same (same as front original release) the only difference is the first two tracks on side A (1 = if you love me (let me know) 2 = unchained melody) while on the original copy unchained melody is the first track there is no year of release only the number US - (so i think it is an usa release?/5().
  6. JoJobei says:
    The last Elvis Presley album released in the singer's lifetime, Moody Blue has a somewhat checkered history, especially among fans. Issued two months before Presley died, the album sold moderately well until Presley died -- then it soared up the charts to number three, as his most current album, and it ultimately sold two million copies.4/
  7. Nikomi says:
    This album, ELVIS, MOODY BLUE, incorporates two albums previously released but now in one CD. It is Elvis at his vocal and emotional best, despite his failing health. The recordings were made at Graceland as Elvis, for whatever reason, did not want to go to RCA's recording studio/5().
  8. Datilar says:
    Elvis Presley "Moody Blue": Well, it's hard to be a gambler Bettin' on the number That changes ev'ry time Well, you think you're.

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