The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord

The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord

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Mike Pinder – vocals, Mellotron, piano, harpsichord, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, cello, autoharp, tambura, spoken vocals

Ray Thomas – vocals, C flute, alto flute, soprano saxophone, oboe, French horn, tambourine

Justin Hayward – vocals, guitars, sitar, harpsichord, bass, percussion, Mellotron, piano

John Lodge – vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, cello, snare drum, tambourine

Graeme Edge - vocals, drums, timpani, tambourine, piano, percussion, tabla, spoken vocal

 

1 LP, Gatefold Cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Deram

Recorded January–June 1968 in Decca Studios, West Hampstead, London

Produced by Tony Clarke

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1968

Reissued in 2014

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Departure
  2. Ride My See-Saw
  3. Dr. Livingstone, I Presume
  4. House of Four Doors
  5. Legend of a Mind
  6. House of Four Doors (Part 2)

 

Side B :

  1. Voices In the Sky
  2. The Best Way to Travel
  3. Visions of Paradise
  4. The Actor
  5. The Word
  6. Om

 

Reviews :

"In Search of the Lost Chord is the album on which the Moody Blues discovered drugs and mysticism as a basis for songwriting and came up with a compelling psychedelic creation, filled with songs about Timothy Leary and the astral plane and other psychedelic-era concerns. They dumped the orchestra this time out in favor of Mike Pinder's Mellotron, which was a more than adequate substitute, and the rest of the band joined in with flutes, sitar, tablas, and cellos, the playing of which was mostly learned on the spot. The whole album was one big experiment to see how far the group could go with any instruments they could find, thus making this album a rather close cousin to the Beatles' records of the same era." AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4,13 / 5

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