180 Gram Vinyl Record
50th Anniversary 180-gram reissue w/ original artwork, packaging
New edition of the band's classic third album!
One of the all-time classic albums of 1960s Psych
Released in July 1968, In Search of the Lost Chord is regarded by many to be The Moody Blues' masterpiece. A concept album, concerning itself with the spiritual and philosophical concerns of the psychedelic era, the group eschewed the use of an orchestra, opting instead for the Mellotron (played by keyboardist Mike Pinder) and other exotic instrumentation, with which they experimented and played themselves, including flute, sitar, tabla and cello.
The Moody Blues have been at the forefront of the U.K.'s classic rock music scene for more than 40 years and have continued to be a mainstay of concert stages, recording studios, and the airwaves to the present day. During their immensely successful career, they have sold, according to the band's files, in excess of 70 million albums worldwide and have been the recipients of numerous prestigious awards.
|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)|
|7. Voices in the Sky|
|8. The Best Way to Travel|
|9. Visions of Paradise|
|10. The Actor|
|11. The Word|