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John Lodge thought that was ridiculous and he's right, of course. The point of this rocking track is basically, "Why the hell are you asking me? I'm some guy in a rock band. The expanded and versions of the album feature "Blue Guitar," which was released as a non-album single by the duo that same year.
Not surprisingly, it's a beautiful song with a killer guitar sound. Perhaps a YouTube commenter put it best: "This song is a treasure discovered only by those who know the value of it. Nothing to see here, folks—just another oustanding melody and guitar solo by Hayward. Octave was the last Moody Blues album to feature the classic lineup—not to mention hints of their dreamy early Seventies sound. Log in to add a tag. More The Moody Blues Lyrics. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
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Ride My See-Saw. John Lodge. Lovely to See You. Dear Diary. Ray Thomas. Never Comes the Day. Eyes of a Child. Watching and Waiting. Candle of Life. Track Listing - Disc 2. Melancholy Man. The Story in Your Eyes. Isn't Life Strange. The thin card picture sleeve has light shelfwear to the edges and the vinyl appears in excellent condition TH The vi nyl looks barely played F This cover displays very little signs of age and comes with a ticket stub for a show from the tour.
Please note that the ticket shown in our image might be different to that you receive. The sleeve shows only minor storage wear, the vinyl is near mint. The vinyl looks barely played F The sleeve with minor storage and edge wear, the vinyl is in near mint condition TRS The mono side label has a number h and written whilst the vinyl displays just light signs of play DJ.
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The vinyl remains in Excellent condition with only light signs of play THS5. The sleeve with minor storage wear, the vinyl is in near mint condition POSPElvis Presley – Moody Blue Vinyl LP Album 33rpm RCA – PL $ ELVIS PRESLEY MOODY BLUES VINYL ALBUM LP IN MINT (EXCELLENT) CONDITION. THE LAST ALBUM OF BEFORE HE DIED ON AUGUST 16, and “Little Darling,” and “Moody Blue.” Seller Rating: % positive.