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The Moody Blues - In The Beginning... mp3

The Moody Blues - In The Beginning... mp3 Performer: The Moody Blues
Title: In The Beginning...
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1970
Country: US
Label: Deram
Catalog number: DES 18051
Size MP3: 2570 mb
Size FLAC: 1132 mb
Rating: 4.0

Tracklist

1Can't Nobody Love You4:00
2I Go Crazy2:08
3Bye Bye Bird2:50
4From The Bottom Of My Heart3:20
5And My Baby's Gone2:15
6Go Now3:10
7True Story1:40
8Let Me Go3:08
9I Had A Dream2:50
10It Ain't Necessarily So2:47
11I Don't Want To Go On Without You2:45
12It's Easy Child3:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PS 428The Moody Blues Go Now - Moody Blues #1 ‎(LP, Album, Club)London RecordsPS 428US1965
LEM 57185The Moody Blues Go Now - Moody Blues #1 ‎(Cass, Album, Club)London RecordsLEM 57185USUnknown
PS 428The Moody Blues Go Now - Moody Blues #1 ‎(LP, Album, Club, M/Print)London RecordsPS 428US1965
M-72185The Moody Blues Go Now - Moody Blues #1 ‎(Cass, Album)AmpexM-72185USUnknown
LKM . 57428The Moody Blues Go Now - Moody Blues #1 ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol)London RecordsLKM . 57428Canada1972

Credits

  • IllustrationCharles Keeping
  • Liner NotesDonovan
  • Mastered BySam Feldman
  • ProducerAlex Wharton (tracks: A3, A4, B2), Denny Cordell (tracks: A1, A2, A5 To B1, B3 To B6 )

Notes

Alternate label to https://www.localhost/The-Moody-Blues-In-The-Beginning/release/2089861
Alternate version of "Go Now The Moody Blues #1"
Track B4 is incorrectly spelled on cover "Bye Bye Burd"

Barcodes

  • Other: (Side A Label): ZAL 6787 TH
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A (etched)): T ZAL 6787 -8 SF
  • Other: (Side B Label): ZAL 6788 TH
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B (etched)): T ZAL 6788 -8 SF
  • Matrix / Runout: (Stamped Sides A/B): Bell Sound

Companies

  • Printed By – Queens Litho
  • Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute

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User reviews
ZloyGenii
This little-known album was actually a repackaging of the Go Now album, and essentially a cynical and misleading effort by the group's record label to re-market the mid-1960s, r&b-era Moody Blues' material, featuring Denny Laine and Clint Warwick in the line-up, to fans of the band's post-1967 psychedelic material. There is some first-rate music-making here, within the confines of the mid-1960s British invasion, very much rooted in American soul with touches of blues -- the best of it is already well known to fans: Their rendition of "Go Now" (admittedly a near-clone of the Bessie Banks original), the Denny Laine - Mike Pinder original "From The Bottom of My Heart" (a great lost example of mid-1960s white British soul), and the Barry-Greenwich "I Had A Dream." But it was a deliberate attempt to rip-off fans of the Mark-2 Moody Blues by making this look like a psychedelic-style album, and the band members themselves were understandably furious over this repackaging. The album quickly disappeared from store shelves and the Decca/London catalog. More of a curio than anything else, its mere existence is an interesting artifact of the most heady days of the Moodies' psychedelic period, and demonstrates the perceived demand for group's work in that vein circa 1970.