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The Moody Blues Signed Strange Times Tour Poster – COA JSA
Winning Bid: $150.00
Auction ends: April 13, 2019 11:00 PM
Winning Bid: $150.00
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The Moody Blues are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1964, initially consisting of keyboardist Mike Pinder, multi-instrumentalist Ray Thomas, guitarist Denny Laine, drummer Graeme Edge and bassist Clint Warwick. They first came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music. After some early line-up changes, the band settled on a line-up of Pinder, Thomas, Edge, guitarist Justin Haward and bassist John Lodge, which would stay together for most of the band’s “classic era” through the late 1960s to the early 1970s. Their second album, Days of Future Passed, which was released in 1967, was a fusion of rock with classical music and established the band as pioneers in the development of art rock and progressive rock. The album has been described as a “landmark” and “one of the first successful concept albums”.
From 1991 to 1998 the group took a hiatus from recording and spent time trying to perfect the art of performing live with an orchestra. The recording hiatus ended in 1999, with the album Strange Times, their first album in almost two decades to be more than moderately received by British critics, although Justin Hayward was quoted as saying he was disappointed at the album’s chart performance – probably not helped by the long recording hiatus – which was notably less than “Keys of the Kingdom” in 1991.
Presented is a Strange Times Tour poster at Royal Albert Hall autographed by three of the Moody Blues band members in black felt tip (“9″) including Graeme Edge, Justin Hayward and John Lodge. The display measures 23″ x 33”.Important to note, the glass will be removed from this item before shipping.
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Graeme Edge, John Lodge, Justin Hayward
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