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A Night at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra



Having succeeded in the '80s by drawing on '60s nostalgia with a song ("Your Wildest Dreams") and video, the Moody Blues in the '90s began tailoring entire shows to recapture their '60s glory days -- and they succeeded. Performing on tour with a series of regional orchestras, they brought the majesty of their old studio sound onto the stage for the first time on songs like "Nights in White Satin" and "Tuesday Afternoon," and audiences responded by turning them into one of the top concert draws of the decade. This album and the accompanying video are beautifully recorded (and the video looks gorgeous, too) and performed, and the group -- caught amid the splendor of one of the prettiest outdoor concert venues in the West (Stevie Nicks has also done a video there) and with the orchestra backing them up on half the numbers, rise to the occasion with a drive and eloquence that they hadn't shown on-stage in many years. An essential recording and video for any fan of the group. ~ Bruce Eder
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Overture The Moody Blues 2:56
  3. 2 Late Lament The Moody Blues 1:32
  4. 3 Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) The Moody Blues 4:39
  5. 4 For My Lady The Moody Blues 4:8
  6. 5 Lean on Me (Tonight) The Moody Blues 4:36
  7. 6 Lovely to See You The Moody Blues 4:2
  8. 7 I Know You're Out There Somewhere The Moody Blues 5:19
  9. 8 The Voice The Moody Blues 5:25
  10. 9 Your Wildest Dreams The Moody Blues 4:55
  11. 10 Isn't Life Strange The Moody Blues 6:41
  12. 11 The Other Side of Life The Moody Blues 7:3
  13. 12 I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock & Roll Band) The Moody Blues 6:51
  14. 13 Nights in White Satin The Moody Blues 6:28
  15. 14 Question The Moody Blues 6:20
  16. 15 Ride My See-Saw The Moody Blues 5:24

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