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Great Performances - Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live

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Great Performances captures The Moody Blues in performance at Toronto’s Sony Centre during their 2017 “Days of Future Passed” tour. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their landmark album, The Moody Blues took to the road to perform the entire LP live. The concert special showcases the band in performance for the first time with a full orchestra in a spectacle that recreates their pioneering concept album.

The show features narration performed by Jeremy Irons along with atmospheric projections, transporting viewers back to the psychedelic era of their classic 1967 record. Including the iconic hits “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon”, among others, the film pays homage to the band’s five decades of musical influence and showcases their groundbreaking foray into progressive rock.

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