Rush returns with a splash with what is the band’s proggiest record since “Moving Pictures,” possibly its heaviest, and its first start-to-finish concept album.
Together since 1974, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart have built a band that’s lasted longer than a lot of marriages. And if Rush’s new studio album, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ and touring schedule are any indicators, the band has no plans to throw in the towel any time soon.
Who The Moody Blues were — or who they became — made the band one of music’s most imaginative ensembles. John Lodge looks back on the album that changed it all.
Initially released in November 1967, The Moody Blues’ groundbreaking “Days of Future Passed” concept album blended rock music with classical instrumentation.