[Kronomyth 0.2] Money in the Banks.
[Kronomyth 1.0] The quality of Mersey is not strain’d.
The most majestic pop song written since, well, “A Whiter Shade of Pale” from a few months earlier, but still it’s pretty awesome.
[Kronomyth 2.0] As different from the past as Knight and Days.
The second single from Days of Future Passed is another classic in the Moodies’ canon.
The advance single from the Moodies’ followup to Days was this lighter-than-air sunbeam of a song.
The Moodies ditch the orchestra and go in search of their own sound on this classic elpee.
John Lodge takes a short ride up the charts with this spirited opener from the Moodies’ third.
The Moodies cross the threshold of greatness with their first #1 album, and their first to feature synthesizers.
Inspired by the lunar landing, the Moodies make an album about space travel that nearly reached the top of the charts.
A Moody Blues compilation called Voices in the Sky that doesn’t include “Voices in the Sky?” Brilliant.