2007 Issue at Long Last of the Transcriptions of Early Moody Blues Performances on the BBC! the Band Changed their Musical Direction in 1967 by Attempting to Create a Rock Version of Dvorak's "New World Symphony".
The First Fruit of the Vision was the "Days of Future Passed" Album, One of the Most Celebrated in Rock Music (And their Discography).
Followed Up by "in Search of the Lost Chord", "to Our Children's Children" and "a Question of Balance", the Band Carved a Niche in the Pop Music World that was Imitated and Emulated by Others.
Like Many Other Groups of the Era, They Recorded Sessions at the BBC for Various Radio and TV Broadcasts and Those Sessions Are Presented on this Double CD Set.
Cd1 Has all their Stunning Live-in-the-studio Radio Transmissions While Cd2 Includes the Audio from TV Show Tapings, Including an Appearance on "The Tom Jones Show" that was Misplaced for Many Years.