The Moody Blues offer a belated blast from “Days of Future Passed.” Graeme Edge and John Lodge explain how the band will celebrate the album’s significance.
Goldmine’s July issue covers Moody Blues’ “Days of Future Passed” 50 years on, in interviews with both bassist John Lodge and drummer Graeme Edge.
With just eight total songs, it’s hard to say that Lodge is capable of writing a complete album of music that is still relevant today.
As he promotes his new solo album, Moody Blues bassist John Lodge has no idea why the Moodies continue to be ignored by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
John Lodge of The Moody Blues to release new solo album, “10,000 LIGHT YEARS AGO” on May 5
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 19th group of 10 led by the fabulous Impressions, the Moody Blues,Jim Reeves,The Velvet Underground and Grank Funk Railroad
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.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame continues to ignore The Moody Blues despite the group’s popularity and longevity
The Moody Blues will launch their 2011 U.S. tour nationwide kicking off on April 27, 2011 at the Mahalia Jackson Theatre in New Orleans and will continue through June 11.