Strange Times is the fifteenth album by the rock band The Moody Blues, released in 1999. This was the last Moody Blues album to feature longtime flautist and vocalist Ray Thomas. English Sunset" (Justin Hayward) - 5:05. Haunted" (Hayward) - 4:31.
December is the sixteenth and final album by The Moody Blues. The Christmas themed album released in 2003 is their first album since The Magnificent Moodies to feature covers in addition to original material. It is also their first album following Ray Thomas' retirement from the band. Don't Need a Reindeer" (Justin Hayward) – 3:59. December Snow" (Hayward) – 5:11. In the Quiet of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)" (Bach, Hayward, John Lodge) – 2:51. On This Christmas Day" (Lodge) – 3:40.
English Sunset by Moody Blues tab. One accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. G F G Intro 1 x2. And when I?ve gone the distance, I?ll be making tracks for an English Sunset. Verse 2: A F G G We?re on a runaway train rollin? down the track A F And where it?s takin? us to, who knows where it?s at. G F G Intro x2. But if we hold together, we can make it back for an English Sunset. 0. 2 0 2 3 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2.
Artist: The Moody Blues. Album: Strange Times, 1999. com From the DVD 'Hall of Fame' Live at the Royal Albert Hall 2000. English Sunset' is from the album 'Strange Times'. com/user/pointreven?feature mhee.
Title: English Sunset. Album: Strange Times. Verse 2: We?re on a runaway train rollin? down the track. And where it?s takin? us to, who knows where it?s at. At the end of the second verse, the second intro is played like this.
Strange Times is still their most attractive album since Octave, and boasts their best album opener ("English Sunset") since "You and Me" from Seventh Sojourn. Not everything works that well, but even some of the heavy-handed work here, such as "The One," has some pretty vocal flourishes. The Swallow" is one of Hayward's prettier slow numbers and worth its five-minute running time
English Sunset Lyrics. English Sunset is found on the album Strange Times. Found on more albums: Hall of Fame Strange Times Very Best of the Moody Blues/Hall of Fame Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the World Festival Orchestra. The Moody Blues – English Sunset. I want to ride the range Across those skies of black I want to see for myself And when I've gone the distance I'll be making tracks For an English Sunset. We're on a runaway train Rolling down the track And where it's taking us to Who knows where it's at But if we hold together We can make it back For an English Sunset We want an English sunset. I feel the rhythm of the earth In my soul tonight May I never fade away And I've decided I can live With humility And the sad decay ‘Cause that's the English way.
It figures that the Moody Blues' dignified brand of pop rock would age well. The group's second studio album of the 1990s-its first in eight years-reveals a veteran foursome still capable of delivering sophisticated goods in a satisfying manner. The 57-minute package, the first self-produced recording the group has released since this current lineup formed in the mid-60s, takes a yearning, cautiously optimistic view of our modern state of being and adorns it with a pleasant sheen of mature energy. The sound ranges from politely symphonic to playfully Beatle-esque. The Moody Blues are long overdue to be in the hall of fame and I value them as the ultimate band in history thus far. They are in a class by themselves and their music will last through the ages.
Album: Strange Times Standard Tuning Guitar Intro 1 - Repeat 4x Bass in ( ) ? Comes in at the beginning of the third intro (A) (F) (G) -0- - --2-2- -2-Verse 1: A F G G I wanna ride the range across those skies of black A F I wanna see for myself and see me comin? back G F G Intro 1 x2 Verse 2: A. F G G We?re on a runaway train rollin? down the track A F And where it?s takin? us to, who knows where it?s at G F G Intro x2 At the end of the second verse, the second intro is played like this -0- -3-3-3-2- -2
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Written-By – Justin Hayward
|3||Nights In White Satin (Including Late Lament)||7:41|
|4||Ride My See-Saw||3:45|
|5||The Story In Your Eyes||3:07|
|7||Your Wildest Dreams||4:51|