The Moody Blues Discography

The Moody Blues began as just another band of English boys hoping to duplicate the success of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and the band looked like they might be headed in that direction when their version of “Go Now!” topped the UK charts at the end of 1964. After a few more singles, however, their star began to fade and guitarist/vocalist Denny Laine left the band. The Moody Blues might have become no more than the answer to a trivia question but for the addition of songwriters Justin Hayward and John Lodge. A few tentative singles followed before the band was invited to make an audio demonstration record mixing pop and classical music by their label, Decca Records. Seizing on the opportunity, The Moody Blues and composer Peter Knight conspired to make the album a true merger of classical and pop music rather than the side-by-side format originally envisioned by Decca. The resulting record, Days of Future Passed, proved to be a landmark pop record, mixing poetry, orchestrated pop music and a new invention called the mellotron  into a concept album centered on a single day. “Nights In White Satin” and “Forever Afternoon (Tuesday)” became two of the earliest and most enduring examples of progressive rock.

Over the next five years, The Moody Blues followed the template set forth on Future Passed with a string of trippy, chart-topping albums that showcased the band’s five unique songwriting voices: the spoken poetry of Graeme Edge, the stylized ballads of Ray Thomas, the elevated romantic pop of Justin Hayward, the (relatively) heavier rock of John Lodge and the ambitious writing of Mike Pinder. Highlights from this period include “Ride My See-Saw,” “Question,” “The Story In Your Eyes” and “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band).” In the mid 70s, the band took a break as each individual member released solo albums; the best of these, Blue Jays, was a combined effort from Hayward and Lodge. In 1978, the band regrouped for a final effort, Octave, and then called it a day.

Or so it seemed. But as the 80s dawned, The Moody Blues (now with ex-Yes keyboardist Patrick Moraz) found a new audience for their grandiose pop with Long Distance Voyager. Sounding more like ELO or the soon-to-be-reconstituted Yes, the second coming of The Moody Blues traded in the trippy mellotron arrangements for synthesizers and science fiction imagery. Highlights from the second period include “The Voice,” “Gemini Dream,” “Your Wildest Dreams” and “I Know You’re Out There Somewhere.” Since then, the band has continued to release albums to a loyal (if diminishing) audience and in the process has become something of a living icon of the 60s. At the core of the Moodies’ appeal is a classical sense of beauty that remains timeless, ensuring that our children’s children will discover the joys of Futures Passed and Lost Chords themselves.

The Discography

Lose Your Money (1964)
b/w Steal Your Heart Away. Released on 7-inch on August 1964 in the UK (Decca). Re-released on four-track 7-inch EP (with “Go Now!,” “I Don’t Want To Go On Without You”) on May 1965 in the UK (Decca, DFE-8622).

Go Now! (1964)
b/w It’s Easy Child. Released on 7-inch on November 13, 1964 in the UK (Decca, F.12202), Australia (Decca, Y-7202) and South Africa (Decca, FM7-7121); reached #1 on the UK charts. Released on 7-inch on February 1965 in the US (London, 45LON-9726 with purple/white label) and Canada (London, L-9726) with different B side, “Lose Your Money (But Don’t Lose Your Mind);” reached #10 on the US charts (charted February 20, 1965 for 14 weeks). Re-released on 7-inch in the US (London, 5N-9726 with blue swirl label) and again in the US (London, 5N-9726 with red/white label). Re-released on 7-inch in September 1985 in the UK (Old Gold, OG-9509) with different B side, “I Don’t Want To Go On Without You.”

I Don’t Want To Go On Without You (1965)
b/w Time Is On My Side. Released on 7-inch on February 1965 in the UK and Ireland (Decca, F.12095), the US (London) and South Africa (Decca, FM7-7138); reached #33 on the UK charts.

From The Bottom of My Heart (1965)
b/w And My Baby’s Gone. Released on 7-inch on May 28, 1965 in the UK (Decca, F.12166), the US (London, 45-LON 9764 with blue label), Australia (Decca, Y-7233), Belgium (Decca, 23.628) and South Africa (Decca, FM.7-7158); reached #22 on the UK charts and #93 on the US charts (charted June 5, 1965 for 3 weeks). Also released as promotional 7-inch in 1965 in the US (London, 45-LON-9764 with orange-swirl label).

THE MAGNIFICENT MOODIES (1965)
I’ll Go Crazy / Something You Got / Go Now / Can’t Nobody Love You / I Don’t Mind / I’ve Got A Dream / Let Me Go / Stop! / Thank You Baby / It Aint Necessarily So / True Story / Bye Bye Bird. Released on elpee on July 26, 1965 in the UK (Decca, LK-4711). Re-released on expanded CD on May 5, 1993 in Germany (Repertoire, RR-4232) with seven bonus tracks.

GO NOW – THE MOODY BLUES #1 (1965)
I Go Crazy / And My Baby’s Gone / Go Now / It’s Easy Child / Can’t Nobody Love You / I Had A Dream / Let Me Go / I Don’t Want To Go On Without You / True Story / It Ain’t Necessarily So / Bye Bye Bird / From The Bottom of My Heart. Released on mono and stereo elpee in 1965 in the US and Canada (London, LL-3428/PS-428).

Everyday (1965)
b/w You Don’t (All The Time). Released on 7-inch in October 1965 in the UK (Decca, F.12266); reached #44 on the UK charts. Also released as a promotional 7-inch on October 1965 in the US (London, 45-LON-9799).

Bye Bye Bird (1965)
b/w I’ll Go Crazy. Released on 7-inch in 1965 in France (Decca, 72.056). Also released on 7-inch EP in December 1965 in France (Decca, 457.098) with “Stop,” “And My Baby’s Gone” and “I’ll Go Crazy.”

Stop! (1966)
b/w Bye Bye Bird. Released on 7-inch on March 1966 in the US (London, 45-LON-9810); reached #98 on the US charts.

Boulevard De La Madelaine (1966)
b/w This Is My House (But Nobody Calls). Released on 7-inch on October 1966 in the UK (Decca, F.12498), Belgium (Decca, 26.092) and South Africa (Decca, FM.7288). Regional releases feature picture sleeve. Also released on 7-inch in 1966 in the US (London, 45-LON-1005) with the A and B sides reversed.

Life’s Not Life (1967)
b/w He Can Win. Released on 7-inch on January 1967 in the UK (Decca, F.12543).

Fly Me High (1967)
b/w Really Haven’t Got The Time. Released on 7-inch in May 1967 in the UK (Decca) and the US (London).

Love And Beauty (1967)
b/w Leave This Man Alone. Released on 7-inch in August 1967 in the UK (Decca) and the US (London).

Nights In White Satin (1967)
b/w Cities. Released on 7-inch on November 10, 1967 in the UK, Ireland and Italy (Deram, DM-161), the US (Deram, 45-85023 with brown/white label) and France (Deram, 17.007); reached #19 on the UK charts. Re-pressed on 7-inch in July 1972 in the US (Deram, 85023), in September 1972 in the UK (Deram), in 1972 in Argentina (Deram, 1559) and in 1972 in Brazil (Deram, 7DM-1002), in Germany (Deram Oldies But Goodies, 6.11262), in the 1970s in Canada (Deram, TOP-013), and in the UK (Old Gold, OG-9349); reached #9 on the UK charts in 1972 and #2 on the US charts in 1972 (RIAA certified gold record).

DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED (1967)
The Day Begins / Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling / The Morning: Another Morning / Lunch Break: Peak Hour  / The Afternoon: Forever Afternoon (Tuesday) / Time To Get Away / Evening: The Sunset / Twilight: Time / The Night: Nights in White Satin. Released on elpee in November 1967 in the UK (Deram, SML-707 with red/black label), the US (Deram, DES-18012 with brown/white label), Australia (Deram, SMLA-707), France (Deram, 258058), Germany (Deram, AML-707), Israel (Pax, ISK-1070) and the Netherlands (Deram, 6412 347); reached #27 on the UK charts and #3 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum). Re-released on elpee in September 1972 in the US and Canada (Deram, DES-18012 with brown/white label), in 1973 in Japan (Deram, K18P-31), in Japan in 1982 (Deram, L20P-1042) and in the US (Mobile Fidelity, MFSL-1-042). Re-packaged on 2LP in Belgium (Deram, DA-159/160) with In Search of The Lost Chord. Re-released on cassette in the UK (Deram, KSCM-707). Re-released on CD in the US (Deram, 820 006), on September 30, 1988 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-512), in 1997 worldwide (Universal, 844 767), in 1997 in Japan (Deram, UICY-9210), on May 20, 1998 (DTS, VLE-4418TC and on July 2, 2002 in Japan (Deram, UICY-2374). Re-packaged on 3CD in 2005 in the US (Universal, B0005176-02) as Chronicles with In Search of the Lost Chord and On The Threshold of a Dream. Repackaged w. In Search of the Lost Chord on 2CD on May 11, 2010 in the US (101 Distribution).

Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) (1968)
b/w Another Morning. Released on 7-inch on July 20, 1968 in the US (Deram, 45-85028); reached #24 on the US charts. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in Argentina (Deram, DM-1028). Re-released as 7-inch in the 1970s in the US (Deram, 5N-85028).

Voices In The Sky (1968)
b/w Dr. Livingstone, I Presume. Released as a 7-inch in July 1968 in the UK and Italy (Deram, DM-196) and in Yugoslavia (Deram/Jugoton, SDE-8219); reached #23 on the UK charts.

IN SEARCH OF THE LOST CHORD (1968)
Departure / Ride My See-Saw / Dr. Livingstone, I Presume / House of Four Doors (Part 1) / Legend of A Mind / House of Four Doors (Part 2) // Voices In The Sky / The Best Way To Travel / Visions of Paradise / The Actor / The Word / Om. Released on mono and stereo elpee on July 26, 1968 in the UK and Germany (Deram, DML/SML-711) and Australia (Deram, SMLA-711), and on September 1968 in the US (Deram, DES-18017 with red/white label); reached #5 on the UK charts and #23 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Original elpee featured gatefold cover. Re-released on elpee in 1970 in the US and Canada (Deram, DES-18017 with brown/white label), in 1971 in Japan (Deram, DL-115), in Japan (Deram, LAX-1022), in 1982 in Japan (Deram, L20P-1041) and on 180g vinyl elpee in 2007 in the Netherlands (Universal, 5303049). Re-released elpees also feature gatefold cover. Re-released on remastered CD on March 22, 1993 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-576), on May 20, 1997 in the UK and US (Decca/Polygram, 844 768), on July 2, 2002 in Japan (Polygram), in 2007 in Japan (Universal, UICY-9211) and in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93713). Re-released on deluxe edition 2CD with bonus disc of material in 2006 in the UK (Universal, 9832147). Re-released on expanded CD (feat. 9 bonus tracks) in 2008 in the UK (Decca, 5307069).

Ride My See-Saw (1968)
b/w Voices In The Sky. Released on 7-inch on October 12, 1968 in the US (Deram, 45-85033) and Canada (Deram, DM.85033); reached #61 on the US charts (charted October 12, 1968 for 5 weeks). Released on 7-inch with different B side (“A Simple Game”) on October 25, 1968 in the UK (Deram, DM 213); reached #42 on the UK charts.

Never Comes The Day (1969)
b/w So Deep Within You. Released on 7-inch on April 1969 in the UK and Italy (Deram, DM-247) and on June 1969 in the US (Deram, 45-85044); reached #91 on the US charts (charted June 28, 1969 for 4 weeks).

ON THE THRESHOLD OF A DREAM (1969)
In The Beginning / Lovely To See You / Dear Diary / Send Me No Wine / To Share Our Love / So Deep Within You // Never Comes The Day / Lazy Day / Are You Sitting Comfortably / The Dream / Have You Heard (Part I) / The Voyage / Have You Heard (Part II). Released on mono and stereo elpee on April 1969 in the UK and Germany (Deram, DML/SML-1035) and Australia (Deram, SMLA-1035), and on May 1969 in the US and Canada (Deram, DES-18025) and Japan (Deram, SLC-803); reached #1 on the UK charts and #20 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Regional versions of elpee featured gatefold cover and lyrics booklet. Re-released on elpee in 1972 in Japan (Deram, DL-116), in the US (Deram, 820 170-1), in the Netherlands (Deram, 6412 328), in 1976 in Germany (Deram, 6.22166), in 1978 in Japan (Deram, LAX-1023), in Taiwan (First, EL-1914), in 1981 in the US (Nautilus, NR-21), in 1982 in Japan (Deram, L20P-1040) and on 180g vinyl elpee in 2007 in the Netherlands (Deram, 753030). Re-released on 8-track in 1977 in the US (Deram). Re-released on remastered CD on October 17, 1994 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-612), on May 20, 1997 in the UK and US (Deram/Polygram, 844 769-2), on April 24, 2002 in Japan (Polygram), in 2007 in Japan (Universal, UICY-9212) and in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93714). Re-released on expanded, remastered CD (with 9 bonus tracks) in 2006 in the UK (Universal, 9832513) and in 2008 in the UK (Decca, 5306625).

Watching And Waiting (1969)
b/w Out And In. Released on 7-inch on October 1969 in the UK (Threshold, TH-1).

TO OUR CHILDREN’S CHILDREN’S CHILDREN (1969)
Higher And Higher / Eyes of A Child (Part 1) / Floating / Eyes of A Child (Part 2) / I Never Thought I’d Live To Be A Hundred / Beyond / Out And In // Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Eternity Road / Candle of Life / Sun Is Still Shining / I Never Thought I’d Live To Be A Million / Watching And Waiting. Released on mono and stereo elpee on November 1969 in the UK, Australia, Canada, France and Germany (Threshold, THM/THS 1 with blue/white label) and on January 1970 in the US (Threshold, THS-1 with blue/white label) and Japan (Threshold, THL 1); reached #2 on the UK charts and #14 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Original elpees featured gatefold cover and lyrics innersleeve. Re-released on elpee in 1973 in Japan (Threshold, LAX-1024), in the US (Threshold, THS-1 with comet/stars label), in 1982 in Japan (London, L20P-1033) and on remastered elpee in the US (Mobile Fidelity, MFSL-1-253). Some elpee reissues feature gatefold cover (e.g., L20P-1033), others do not (e.g., THS 1). Re-released on remastered CD on June 11, 1996 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-671), on May 20, 1997 in the US (Polygram), in 1997 in the UK (Threshold, 844 770-2), on April 24, 2002 in Japan (Polygram) and in 2007 in Japan (Universal, UICY-9213). Re-released on expanded 2CD deluxe edition in 2006 in the UK (Universal, 9832156) with 11 bonus tracks. Re-released on expanded CD (with 5 bonus tracks) in 2008 in the UK (Decca, 5308579).

Question (1970)
b/w Candle of Life. Released on 7-inch on April 24, 1970 in the UK (Threshold, TH 4), the US (Threshold, 45-TH-67004), Canada (Threshold, TH-67004) and Spain (Threshold, MO-1005); reached #2 on the UK charts and #21 on the US charts (charted May 2, 1970 for 12 weeks). Regional 7-inch releases featured picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1970 in the US (London, 45-67004) with mono version of “Question” on the B side.

A QUESTION OF BALANCE (1970)
Question / How Is It (We Are Here) / And The Tide Rushes In / Don’t You Feel Small / Tortoise And The Hare // It’s Up To You / Minstrel’s Song / Dawning Is The Day / Melancholy Man / The Balance. Released on elpee, cassette and reel-to-reel tape on August 1970 in the UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand (THS/KTHC-3), on September 1970 in the US (Threshold, THS-3/M24003) and in 1970 in France (Threshold, 278.013), Japan (Threshold, L20P-1032) and Spain (Threshold, CPS-9080); reached #1 on the UK charts and #3 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Original elpees featured gatefold cover and lyrics insert. Re-released on elpee in Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LST-73021). Re-released on remastered CD on May 20, 1997 worldwide (Polygram, 844 771), in 1997 in Japan (Polgram, UICY-2378), on November 17, 1998 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-737) and on April 24, 2002 in Japan (Polygram, UICY-9214).

EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR (1971)
Procession / The Story In Your Eyes / Our Guessing Game / Emily’s Song / After You Came // One More Time To Live / Nice To Be Here / You Can Never Go Home / My Song. Released on elpee and 8-track on July 23, 1971 in the UK, the US and Germany (Threshold, THS-5/M/THM/THS-M-24805), France (Threshold, 278.029), Japan (Threshold, SLC 806) and Thailand (First, FL-2102) with gatefold cover and lyrics innersleeve; reached #1 on the UK charts and #2 on the US charts (RIAA-certified gold record). Re-released on quadrophonic 8-track in 1972 in the US (London/Threshold, THS L 72405). Re-issued on elpee in Japan (Threshold, THL-3) with gatefold cover. Re-issued on elpee in Japan (Threshold, LAX-1026) with gatefold cover. Re-released on remastered elpee in the US (Mobile Fidelity, MFSL-1-232) with gatefold cover. Re-issued on elpee in 1982 in Japan (Threshold, L20P-1022) with gatefold cover. Re-issued on compact disc in 1986 in Japan (London, P33L-25007). Re-issued on elpee in Japan (Threshold, K18P-36) with gatefold cover. Re-released on remastered 24k gold compact disc on September 12, 1995 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-643). Re-issued on remastered compact disc in 1997 in the UK (Threshold, 847 722-2) and the US (Threshold, 4772-2). Re-released on expanded super high material compact disc on November 23, 2016 in Japan (Threshold, UICY-77992) with 2 bonus tracks.

The Story In Your Eyes (1971)
b/w Melancholy Man. Released on 7-inch on August 1971 in the US (Threshold, 45-67006) with picture sleeve; reached #23 on the US charts (charted August 7, 1971 for 11 weeks). Re-released on 7-inch in the US (Threshold, 5N-67006). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1971 in Argentina (Threshold, 1444) with the A and B sides switched. Also released on 7-inch with different B side (“My Song”) in 1971 in France, Greece and Italy (Threshold, TH-6) and Spain (Threshold, MO-1165).

IN THE BEGINNING (1971)
I Go Crazy / And My Baby’s Gone / Go Now / It’s Easy Child / Can’t Nobody Love You / I Had A Dream / Let Me Go / I Don’t Want To Go On Without You / True Story / It Ain’t Necessarily So / Bye Bye Bird / From The Bottom of My Heart. Compilation released on elpee in 1971 in the US (Deram, DES-18051).

Isn’t Life Strange (1972)
b/w After You Came. Released on 7-inch on April 1972 in the UK (Threshold, TH-9), US (Threshold, 45-THS-67009), France (Threshold, 84.030), Japan (Threshold, TH-6), South Africa (Threshold, FM.7542) and Spain (Threshold, MO-1263); reached #13 on the UK charts and #29 on the US charts (charted April 22, 1972 for 10 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1972 in the US (Threshold, 45-67009-DJ) and Canada (Threshold, TH67009-DJ) with mono version of “Isn’t Life Strange” on the B side.

SEVENTH SOJOURN (1972)
Lost In A Lost World / New Horizons / For My Lady / Isn’t Life Strange / You And Me / The Land of Make-Believe / When You’re A Free Man / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band). Released on elpee and 8-track on November 1972 in the UK (Threshold), US (Threshold, THS-7) and South Africa (Threshold, THS.7); reached #5 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Original elpee featured gatefold cover and picture innersleeve. Re-released on CD in the US (Polygram, 820 159) and on remastered CD on May 20, 1997 in the US (Polygram, 844 773), on February 17, 1998 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-718), on May 20, 1998 (DTS, 4425) and on December 20, 2000 in Japan (Polygram, UICY-9039).

I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) (1973)
b/w For My Lady. Released on 7-inch on January 19, 1973 in the UK (Threshold), US (Threshold, 45-67012), Argentina (Threshold, 33 DLM 5155), Canada (Threshold, TH 67012), France (Threshold, 84.120), Japan (Threshold, TH-7) and the Netherlands (Threshold, 6101 603); reached #36 on the UK charts and #12 on the US charts (charted February 3, 1973 for 10 weeks). Regional versions of 7-inch feature a picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch in 1982 in the US (Deram, 5N-67012).

THE BEGINNING VOL. 1 (1973)
Boulevard de La Madeleine / I Don’t Mind / True Story / Cities / I’ll Go Crazy / Something You Got / It Ain’t Necessarily So / I’ve Got A Dream / Thank You Baby / Stop. Compilation released on elpee in 1973 in Germany (Decca, 6.21645).

THIS IS THE MOODY BLUES (1974)
Question / The Actor / The Word / Eyes of A Child / Dear Diary / Legend of A Mind / In The Beginning / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / Isn’t Life Strange / The Dream / Have You Heard (Part One) / Voyage / Have You Heard (Part Two) // Ride My See-Saw / Tuesday Afternoon / And The Tide Rushes In / New Horizons / Simple Game / Watching And Waiting / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / For My Lady / Story In Your Eyes / Melancholy Man / Nights In White Satin / Late Lament. Compilation released on 2LP and cassette on November 1974 in the UK and Australia (Threshold, MB-1/2/KMBC-1), US (Threshold, 2THS 12/13), Brazil (Threshold, 30002/3), Israel (Pax, ISK-1149/50), Japan (Threshold, GSW-507/8), the Netherlands (Threshold, 6835 927/8) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LST-75013/4); reached #4 on the UK charts and #11 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-released on 2CD in 1989 in Europe (Universal, 820 007).

A DREAM (1976)
From The Bottom of My Heart (I Love You) / Let Me Go / True Story / Life’s Not Life / This is My House (But Nobody Calls) / Thank You Baby / Cities / He Can Win / Something You Got / Everyday / Really Haven’t Got The Time / I Don’t Mind / Lose Your Money (But Don’t Lose Your Mind) / Stop / Love And Beauty // Go Now! / You Don’t (All The Time) / It’s Easy Child / Bye Bye Bird / Steal Your Heart Away / And My Baby’s Gone / Fly Me High / Boulevard de la Madeleine / I Don’t Want To Go On Without You / I’ll Go Crazy / Leave This Man Alone / It Ain’t Necessarily So / I’ve Got A Dream / Can’t Nobody Love You. Compilation released on 2LP in 1976 in Germany (Decca/Nova, 6.28 362-2) with gatefold cover.

CAUGHT LIVE + 5 (1977)
Live tracks + studio: Gypsy / The Sunset / Dr. Livingstone, I Presume / Never Comes The Day / Peak Hour / Tuesday Afternoon / Are You Sitting Comfortably / Have You Heard (Part 1) / The Voyage / Have You Heard (Part 2) / Nights In White Satin / Legend of a Mind / Ride My See-Saw / Gimme A Little Somethin’ / Please Think About It / Long Summer Day / King and Queen / What Am I Doing Here? Released on 2LP on April 1977 in the UK (Decca, MB4) and Germany (Decca/Nova, 6.28412) and on June 1977 in the US (London, 2PS-690); reached #26 on the US charts. Original 2LP featured gatefold cover. Re-released on CD on October 22, 1996 in the US (Polygram).

OCTAVE (1978)
Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Under Moonshine / Had To Fall In Love / I’ll Be Level With You / Driftwood // Top Rank Suite / I’m Your Man / Survival / One Step Into The Light / The Day We Meet Again. Released on elpee, 8-track and cassette on June 1978 in the UK, Australia and Sweden (Decca, TXS/KTXC-129), the US and Canada (London, PS/PS5/PS8-708 also available in blue vinyl), Belgium (Decca, 163054Y), France (Decca, DKC 211001), Germany (Decca, 6.23482), Japan (London, GP-1097), the Netherlands (Decca, 6376 125), Turkey (London/Melodi, 1009) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSDC-73088); reached #6 on the UK charts and #13 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Original elpee feature gatefold cover and lyrics innersleeve. Re-released on elpee in Japan (London, K18P-38) and in 1982 in Japan (London, L20P-1012) with gatefold cover. Re-released on elpee and CD in 1986 worldwide (Decca/London, 820 329). Re-released on remastered CD in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93719). Re-released on expadde, remastered CD (with 5 bonus live tracks) in 2008 in the UK (Universal, 5312790).

Steppin’ In A Slide Zone (1978)
b/w I’ll Be Level With You. Released on 7-inch on July 1978 in the UK (Decca, F-13790) and the US (London, 5N-270); reached #39 on the US charts (charted July 29, 1978 for 8 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1978 in the US (London, 5N-270 DJ) with mono version of “Steppin’ In A Slide Zone” on the B side.

Driftwood (1978)
b/w I’m Your Man. Released on 7-inch on October 1978 in the UK (Decca, F-13809) and the US (London, 5N-273); reached #59 on the US charts (charted November 4, 1978 for 7 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch single in 1978 in the US (London, 5N-273 DJ) with mono version of “Driftwood” on the B side.

Had To Fall In Love (1978)
b/w Steppin’ In A Slide Zone. Released on 7-inch in 1978 in the Netherlands (Decca, 6306 116) with picture sleeve.

OUT OF THIS WORLD (1979)
Nights In White Satin / Question / Ride My See Saw / Tuesday Afternoon / The Story In Your Eyes / Isn’t Life Strange / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone // I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) / Voices In The Sky / Floating / Eyes of A Child / New Horizons / Driftwood / Lovely To See You / Melancholy Man. Compilation released on elpee on Otober 1979 in the UK (K-Tel, NE-1051); reached #15 on the UK charts.

THE MOODY BLUES STORY (1979)
Go Now / Boulevard de la Madeleine / Nights In White Satin / Tuesday Afternoon / Fly Me High / Legend of A Mind / Ride My See-Saw / A Simple Game / Dear Diary / Never Comes The Day / Eyes of A Child / Gypsy // Lovely To See You / Melancholy Man / Question / One More Time To Live / Isn’t Life Strange / Lost In A Lost World / New Horizons / I’m Just A Singer / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / I’ll Be Level With You / Had To Fall In Love. Compilation released on 2LP in 1979 in the Netherlands (Decca, 6641.913) with gatefold cover.

LONG DISTANCE VOYAGER (1981)
The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Gemini Dream / In My World / Meanwhile / 22,000 Days / Nervous / Painted Smile / Reflection Smile / Veteran Cosmic Rocker. Released on elpee, 8-track and cassette on June 1981 in the UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and New Zealand (Threshold, TXS/KTXC-139), US (Threshold, TRL/TC8/TCR4-1-2901), Brazil (Polygram, 32201), Canada (Threshold, TRL-1-9909), Germany (Teldec, 6/4.24675), Japan (Polydor, L28P-1011), Mexico (London, MS-2210) and the Netherlands (Threshold, 6399 142); reached #7 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Original elpee featured gatefold cover. Re-released on CD in 1986 worldwide (Threshold, 820 105), in Russia (Ars Nova, 568) and in Russia (Matrix, MB-1151). Re-released on remastered CD on July 10, 1997 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-700).

Gemini Dream (1981)
b/w Painted Smile. Released on 7-inch on May 1981 in the UK, Australia and Ireland (Threshold, TH-27), US and Canada (Threshold, TR-601), Argentina (London, 0000192), Germany (Threshold, 6.13123) and Spain (Threshold, 61 98 460); reached #12 on the US charts (charted June 6, 1981 for 15 weeks). Regional versions featured a picture sleeve. Also released as a one-track promotional 7-inch in 1981 in the US (Threshold, TR-601 DJ).

The Voice (1981)
b/w 22,000 Days. Released on 7-inch on July 1981 in the UK and New Zealand (Threshold, TH-28), US and Canada (Threshold, TR-602), Japan (Threshold, SO7P-1003), the Netherlands (Decca, 6198 487) and South Africa (Threshold, TOS-1339); reached #15 on the US charts (charted August 8, 1981 for 17 weeks). Regional versions featured a picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch on November 1984 with a different B side (“Gemini Dream”) in the UK (Threshold, TH-33) with picture sleeve.

Talking Out of Turn (1981)
b/w Veteran Cosmic Rocker. Released on 7-inch and 7-inch picture disc on November 1981 in the UK (Threshold, THPD-29) and the US (Threshold, TR-603); reached #65 on the US charts. Also released as a one-track promotional 7-inch in 1981 in the US (Threshold, TR-603 DJ). Released on 7-inch in 1981 (with a different B side, “The Voice”) in Brazil (Threshold, 11 201).

Blue World (1983)
b/w Going Nowhere. Released on 7-inch and 12-inch on August 1983 in the UK and Ireland (Threshold, TH/THX-30), Germany and Portugal (Threshold, 810 178-7), South Africa (Threshold, TOS-1449) and Spain (Threshold, 9-09 017); reached #35 on the UK charts. Regional versions feature a picture sleeve; German version available in blue vinyl. Released on 7-inch on November 1983 (with a different B side, “Sorry”) in the US (Threshold, TR-605) and Japan (Threshold, S07P-1045); reached #62 on the US charts. Regional vesions feature picture sleeve. Also released as a one-track promotional 7-inch in 1983 in the US (Threshold, TR-605DJ) and as a promotional two-track 12-inch single in 1983 in the US (Threshold, PRO-237) featuring edit and album versions of “Blue World.”

Sitting At The Wheel (1983)
b/w Going Nowhere. Released on 7-inch on August 1983 in the US and Canada (Threshold, TR-604); reached #27 on the US charts (charted September 3, 1983 for 10 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch and 12-inch single in 1983 in the US (Threshold, TR-604DJ/224) with the album & edit versions of “Sitting At The Wheel.” Released on 7-inch and three-track 12-inch on October 1983 in the UK (Threshold, TH/THX-31) with a different B side (“Sorry”) and “Gemini Dream.” UK 7-inch features a picture sleeve.

THE PRESENT (1983)
Blue World / Meet Me Halfway / Sitting At The Wheel / Going Nowhere / Hole In The World / Under My Feet / It’s Cold Outside of Your Heart / Running Water / I Am / Sorry. Released on elpee and cassette on August 23, 1983 in the UK (Threshold, TXS-140), US (Threshold, TRL-1-2902/TCR-4-1-2902), Australia (Threshold, 810 119-1 )and Brazil (London, 810 019-1), Canada (Threshold, TRLS-1-2902), Germany (Threshold, 6.25633), Japan (Threshold, L25P-1156) and Mexico (London, LPE-54051); reached #15 on the UK charts and #26 on the US charts. Original elpee featured gatefold cover and lyrics innersleeve. This also appears to have been released on CD in 1983, making it one of the earlier CDs in the market; it would have been printed in West Germany but distributed primarily in the US (Threshold, 810 019-2). Re-issued on CD in 1991 in Japan (Polydor, POCP-2055), and in Russia (Ars Nova, 98687). Re-released on SHM CD in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93721).

Under My Feet (1984)
b/w Running Water. Released on 7-inch on February 1984 in the US (Threshold).

VOICES IN THE SKY – THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES (1984)
Ride My See-Saw / Talking Out of Turn / Driftwood / Never Comes The Day / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Gemini Dream / The Voice / After You Came / Question / Veteran Cosmic Rocker / Isn’t Life Strange / Nights In White Satin. Compilation released on elpee, CD and cassette on November 22, 1984 in the UK (Decca, SKL/KSKC-5341), US (Threshold, 820 155-1/2/4), Canada (Threshold, TRLS-1-2903), Germany (Decca, 625939) and South Africa (Decca, SPL-4008); reached #132 on the US charts.

THE MOODY BLUES COLLECTION (1985)
Go Now / Steal Your Heart Away / Lose Your Money / I Don’t Mind / Let Me Go / I’ll Go Crazy / Time Is On My Side / It’s Easy Child / Something You’ve Got / I’ve Got A Dream / From The Bottom of My Heart / Can’t Nobody Love You / Stop / Come Back (I Don’t Want To Go On Without You) / Bye Bye Bird / It Ain’t Necessarily So / True Story / And My Baby’s Gone. Released on 2LP on September 1985 in the UK (Castle, CCSLP-105) with gatefold cover.

Your Wildest Dreams (1986)
b/w Talkin’ Talkin’ + It May Be A Fire, Rock ‘N’ Roll Over You, Your Wildest Dreams (video). Released on 7-inch on April 9, 1986 in the UK (Polydor, POSP-787) and the US, Canada and Germany (Polydor, 883 906-7); reached #9 on the US charts (charted April 19, 1986 for 21 weeks). Released as four-track CD single (with bonus video) in 1986 in the UK (Polydor, 422-870-713-2). Regional versions feature a picture sleeve. Also released as a one-track promotional 12-inch in 1986 in the US (Polydor, 411).

THE OTHER SIDE OF LIFE (1986)
Your Wildest Dreams / Talkin’ Talkin’ / Rock ‘n’ Roll Over You / I Just Don’t Care / Running Out of Love / The Other Side of Life / The Spirit / Slings And Arrows / It May Be A Fire. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on May 1986 in the UK, US and Germany (Polydor, 829 179), Canada (Polydor, PDS/PDS4-16428) and Japan (Polydor, 28MM-0499); reached #24 on the UK charts and #9 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Original elpee featured lyrics innersleeve.

The Other Side of Life (1986)
b/w The Spirit. Released on 7-inch and blue vinyl 7-inch on August 1986 in the US (Polydor, 885 212/885 201) with picture sleeve; reached #58 on the US charts (charted August 16, 1986 for 9 weeks). Also released as two-track promotional 12-inch in 1986 in the US (Polydor, 431) with album and single edit versions of “The Other Side of Life” and as one-track promotional blue vinyl 7-inch in 1986 in the US (Polydor, 885 201).

THE INTERVIEW ALBUM (1986)
Promotional elpee released in 1986 (Polydor, 829 724).

PRELUDE (1987)
Fly Me High / I Really Haven’t Got The Time / Leave This Man Alone / Love And Beauty / Cities / A Simple Game / Gimme A Little Somethin / Please Think About It / Long Summer Days / King And Queen / What Am I Doing Here / Late Lament. Compilation released on CD in 1987 in the UK (Polygram).

I Know You’re Out There Somewhere (1988)
b/w Miracle. Released on 7-inch on May 21, 1988 in the UK (Polydor, POSP-921), US (Polydor, 887 600-7) and Canada (Polydor, PDS-2315) with picture sleeve; reached #52 on the UK charts and #30 on the US charts (charted June 4, 1988 for 16 weeks).

SUR LA MER (1988)
I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Want To Be With You / River of Endless Love / No More Lies / Here Comes The Weekend / Vintage Wine / Breaking Point / Miracle / Love Is On The Run / Deep. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on June 6, 1988 in the UK, US, Canada and Germany (Polydor, POLH-43/835 756) and Yugoslavia (RTB, ST-220370); reached #21 on the UK charts and #38 on the US charts. Original elpee features picture innersleeve.

No More Lies (1988)
b/w River of Endless Love. Released on 7-inch in December 1988 in the UK and US (Polydor).

Here Comes The Weekend (1988)
b/w River of Endless Love. Released on 7-inch in 1988 in Australia and New Zealand (Polydor, 887 815).

THE STORY OF THE MOODY BLUES… LEGEND OF A BAND (1989)
In Your Wildest Dreams / The Voice / Gemini Dream / Story In Your Eyes / Tuesday Afternoon / Isn’t Life Strange / Nights In White Satin / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Other Side of Life / Ride My See-Saw / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Question. Compilation released on CD on November 21, 1989 in the US (Polydor, 840 659-2); RIAA certified gold record.

Say It With Love (1991)
Released as a one-track promotional CD single in June 1991 in the US (Polydor, CDP-453).

KEYS OF THE KINGDOM (1991)
Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) / Is This Heaven? / Say What You Mean (Pt. 1 & 2) / Lean On Me (Tonight) / Hope And Pray / Shadows On The Wall / Once Is Enough / Celtic Sonant / Magic / Never Blame The Rainbows For The Rain. Released on elpee and CD on June 25, 1991 in the UK and US (Polydor, 849 433) and Germany (Polydor, 849 558); reached #54 on the UK charts and #94 on the US charts.

Bless The Wings (Orchestral Version)
b/w Bless The Wings (album version). Released as promotional CD single in 1991 in the US (Polydor, 529).

GO NOW (1991)
Go Now / Lose Your Money / I Don’t Mind / From The Bottom of My Heart / Let Me Go / It’s Easy Child / Stop / Come Back (I Don’t Want To Go On Without You) / Something You’ve Got / I’ve Got A Dream / Can’t Nobody Love You / Bye Bye Bird / Time Is On My Side / And My Baby’s Gone. Released on CD in 1991 in the Netherlands (Woodford Music, 5467). Re-released on CD in 1994 in France (Wisebuy, WISE-005).

A NIGHT AT RED ROCKS WITH THE COLORADO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1993)
Live tracks: Overture / Late Lament / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / For My Lady / Lean On Me (Tonight) / Lovely To See You / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / The Voice / Your Wildest Dreams / Isn’t Life Strange / The Other Side of Life / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) / Nights In White Satin / Question / Ride My See-Saw. Released on CD on March 9, 1993 in the UK and US (Polydor); reached #93 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold). Re-released as CD+DVD combo on October 22, 2002 in the US (Universal). Re-released as 2CD with bonus tracks on March 4, 2003 in the US (Polydor, 065 275).

TIME TRAVELLER (1994)
Fly Me High / Love And Beauty / Cities / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Legend of A Mind / House of Four Doors / Voices In The Sky / The Best Way To Travel / The Actor / In The Beginning / Lovely To See You / Dear Diary / Never Comes The Day / Are You Sitting Comfortably / The Dream / Have You Heard Part 1 / The Voyage / Have You Heard Part 2 // Higher And Higher / Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Eyes of A Child / Never Thought I’d Live To Be A Hundred / Beyond / Out And In / Candle of Life / Never Thought I’d Live To Be A Million / Watching And Waiting / Question / Don’t You Feel Small / It’s Up To You / Minstrel’s Song / Dawning Is The Day / Melancholy Man / Procession / The Story In Your Eyes / One More Time To Live / You Can Never Go Home / My Song // Lost In A Lost World / New Horizons / For My Lady / Isn’t Life Strange / You And Me / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) / This Morning / Remember Me, My Friend / My Brother / Saved By The Music / I Dreamed Last Night / When You Wake Up / Blue Guitar / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Driftwood / The Day We Meet Again // Forever Autumn / The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Sitting At The Wheel / Running Water / Your Wildest Dreams / The Other Side of Life / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / No More Lies / Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) / Lean On Me (Tonight) / Highway. Compilation released on 5CD box set on September 1994 in the UK and US (Polydor); RIAA certified gold record. Re-released on 4CD box set on March 5, 1996 in the US (Polygram).

TIME IS ON MY SIDE (1996)
Time Is On My Side / Steal Your Heart Away / Lose Your Money / I Don’t Mind / And My Baby’s Gone / I’ll Go Crazy / Go Now / It’s Easy Child / Something You’ve Got / Let Me Go. Compilation released on CD in 1996 in US (Power Sound NEMS, 1012).

THE VERY BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES (1997)
Go Now / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Voices In The Sky / Question / Story In Your Eyes / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Blue Guitar / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Forever Autumn / The Voice / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Your Wildest Dreams / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere. Compilation released on CD and cassette on January 28, 1997 in the US (Polydor). Repackaged with Live At Royal Albert Hall on 2CD on April 29, 2002 (Universal).

ANTHOLOGY (1998)
Go Now / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Legend of A Mind / Voices In The Sky / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Candle of Life / Watching And Waiting / Question / Melancholy Man / Story In Your Eyes / Lost In A Lost World / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) // Remember Me, My Friend / Blue Guitar / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Driftwood / Forever Autumn / The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Sitting At The Wheel / Your Wildest Dreams / The Other Side of Life / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) / Highway. Compilation released on 2CD on October 20, 1998 in the US (Polygram).

STRANGE TIMES (1999)
English Sunset / Haunted / Sooner Or Later / Wherever You Are / Foolish Love / Love Don’t Come Easy / All That Is Real Is You / Strange Times / Words You Say / My Little Lovely / Forever Now / The One / The Swallow / Nothing Changes. Released on CD on August 17, 1999 in the UK and US (Universal, 153 565); reached #93 on the US charts. Re-released on expanded CD with two bonus tracks (“Highway,” “This Is The Moment”) on March 30, 2000 in Japan (Polygram, POCP-7452).

THE BEST OF THE MOODY BLUES – THE MILLENIUM COLLECTION (2000)
Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Question / The Story In Your Eyes / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / The Voice / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Your Wildest Dreams / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere. Compilation released on CD on March 7, 2000 (Polygram).

HALL OF FAME: LIVE AT ROYAL ALBERT HALL 2000 (2000)
Live tracks: Overture / Tuesday Afternoon / English Sunset / Words You Say / Story In Your Eyes / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Haunted / Your Wildest Dreams / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Nights In White Satin / Legend of A Mind / Question / Ride My See-Saw. Released on CD on August 8, 2000 in the US (Ark); reached #185 on the US charts.

THE SINGLES+ (2000)
Steal Your Heart Away / Go Now / I Don’t Want To Go On Without You / From The Bottom of My Heart (I Love You) / Everyday / Stop! / Bye Bye Bird / Boulevard de la Madeleine / This Is My House / Life’s Not Life / Fly Me High / Love And Beauty / Nights In White Satin / Cities / Tuesday Afternoon / Voices In The Sky / Ride My See-Saw / Lovely To See You / Dear Diary / Never Comes The Day / Eyes of A Child / Watching And Waiting / Question / Candle of Life / Melancholy Man / Story In Your Eyes / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer / For My Lady / Remember Me (My Friend) / Blue Guitar / Forever Autumn / Had To Fall In Love / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Driftwood / Gemini Dream / The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Sitting At The Wheel / Blue World / Your Wildest Dreams / The Other Side of Life / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere. Compilation released on 2CD on October 26, 2000 (BR Music).

JOURNEY INTO AMAZING CAVES (2001)
To Extreme2 / Search For Daylights / Arizona / Water / Crystal Chamber / Blue Cathedral / Frozen In Time / Home of The Mayan Gods / Horizons Turn Inward / We Can Fly. Released on CD on April 24, 2001 in the US (Ark 21, 18681000652).

THE COLLECTION (2001)
Go Now / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / Nights In White Satin / Late Lament / Ride My See-Saw / Legend of A Mind / Voices In The Sky / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Candle of Life / Watching And Waiting / Question / Melancholy Man / The Story In Your Eyes / Lost In A Lost World / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock ‘n’ Roll Band) / Remember Me (My Friend) / Blue Guitar / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Driftwood / Forever Autumn / The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Sitting At The Wheel / Your Wildest Dreams / The Other Side of Life / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) / Highway. Compilation released on 2CD on August 13, 2001 in the UK (Decca).

JOURNEY THROUGH TIME (2002)
Gemini Dream / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock & Roll Band) / Isn’t Life Strange / Nights In White Satin / Question / Ride My See-Saw / The Other Side of Life / The Voice / Tuesday Afternoon / Voices In The Sky / Your Wildest Dreams. Compilation released on CD on August 7, 2002 (Universal, 926692).

SAY IT WITH LOVE (2003)
Nights In White Satin / Your Wildest Dreams / Hand To Fall In Love / Want To Be With You / Foolish Love / Love Don’t Come Easy / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) / New Horizons / For My Lady / Nervous / In My World / Say It With Love / Lean On Me (Tonight) / Running Water / Haunted. Compilation released on CD on January 14, 2003 in the US (Polydor, 440 068 201-2).

DECEMBER (2003)
Don’t Need A Reindeer / December Snow / In The Quiet of Christmas Morning / On This Christmas Day / Happy Christmas (War Is Over) / A Winter’s Tale / The Spirit of Christmas / Yes I Believe / When A Child Is Born / White Christmas / In The Bleak Midwinter. Released on CD on November 234, 2003 in the US.

HISTORY (2004)
Go Now / Nights In White Satin / Question / I’m Just A Singer / Voices In The Sky / Ride My See-Saw / Story In Your Eyes / Had To Fall In Love / And The Tide Rushes In / Have You Heard (Part II) / Watching And Waiting / Never Comes The Day / Your Wildest Dreams / Blue World / From The Bottom of My Heart / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) / Isn’t Life Strange / Procession. Compilation released on CD on May 13, 2004 in the Netherlands (Universal, 541894).

GOLD (2005)
Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Tuesday) / Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Legend of A Mind / Voices In The Sky / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Candle of Life / Watching And Waiting / Question / Melancholy Man / The Story In Your Eyes / Lost In A Lost World / New Horizons / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) // Remember Me My Friend / Blue Guitar / Steppin’ In A Slide Zone / Had To Fall In Love / Driftwood / Forever Autumn / The Voice / Talking Out of Turn / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Sitting At The Wheel / Your Wildest Dreams / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) (Orchestral Mix) / Strange Times / December Snow. Compilation released on 2CD on March 1, 2005 in the US (Polydor, B0004041-02) and Europe (Polydor, 9826835).

COLLECTED (2007)
Nights In White Satin / Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Tuesday) / Morning: Another Morning / Voices In The Sky / Dr. Livingston I Presume / Ride My See-Saw / Legend of A Mind / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / Are You Sitting Comfortably / Dear Diary / Gypsy (of A Strange And Distant Time) / Watching And Waiting / Higher & Higher / I Never Thought I’d Live To Be A Hundred / Candle of Life / Melancholy Man / Dawning of The Day / Question / Story In Your Eyes / Emily’s Song / Isn’t Life Strange / I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) / New Horizons / Blue Guitar / Remember Me, My Friend / King & Queen / What Am I Doing Here / Rainsed On Love / Carry Me / Had To Fall In Love / Driftwood / Forever Autumn / It’s Not On / The Voice / Gemini Dream / Blue World / Your Wildest Dreams / The Other Side of Life / Vintage Wine / I Know You’re Out There Somewhere / Lean On Me (Tonight) / Say It With Love / Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back ) / This Is The Moment / Strange Times / December Snow / Go Now / From The Bottom of My Heart (I Love You) / Fly Me High / Cities / Love & Beauty / Simple Game. Compilation released on 3CD on February 12, 2007 in the Netherlands (Universal).

LIVE AT THE BBC 1967-1970 (2007)
Live tracks: Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood / Love & Beauty / Leave This Man Alone / Peak Hour / Nights In White Satin / Fly Me High / Twilight Time (Evening) / Dr. Livingstone, I Presume / Voices In The Sky / Ride My See-Saw / Best Way To Travel / Ride My See-Saw / Best Way To Travel / Voices In The Sky / Dr. Livingstone, I Presume / Peak Hour / Tuesday Afternoon / Ride My See-Saw / Lovely To See You / Never Comes The Day / To Share Our Love / Send Me No Wine / So Deep Within You / Lovely To See You / Don’t You Feel Small / Minstrel’s Song / Nights In White Satin / Ride My See-Saw / Dr. Livingstone, I Presume / House of Four Doors / Voices In The Sky / Best Way To Travel / Visions of Paradise / Actor / Gypsy / Sunset / Never Comes The Day / Are You Sitting Comfortably / Poem: The Dream / Have You Heard / Nights In White Satin / Legend of A Mind / Question. Archival release on 2CD on April 17, 2007 in the UK (Universal).

LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL (2008)
Live tracks: Gypsy / The Sunset / Tuesday Afternoon / Minstrels Song / Never Comes The Day / Tortoise And The Hare / Question / Melancholy Man / Are You Sitting Comfortably / The Dream / Have You Heard (Parts 1 & 2) / Nights In White Satin / Legend of A Mind / Ride My See-Saw. Archival release on CD on August 26, 2008 in the US (Eagle). Re-released on 180g vinyl elpee on May 12, 2009 (101 Distribution).

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