“The Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin”

The Moody Blues is an English rock band. Among their innovations was a fusion with classical music, as heard in their 1967 album Days of Future Passed.

“Nights in White Satin” is a song by the Moody Blues, written and composed by Justin Hayward. It was first featured as the segment “The Night” on the album Days of Future Passed.

When first released as a single in 1967, it reached number 19 on the UK Singles Chart and number 103 in the United States in 1968.

It was the first significant chart entry by the band since “Go Now” and its recent lineup change, in which Denny Laine and Clint Warwick had resigned and both Hayward and John Lodge had joined.

The Moody Blues have sold more than 55 million albums worldwide and have been awarded 18 platinum and gold discs. As of 2015 they remain active with one member from the original 1964 band (drummer Graeme Edge) and two more from the 1966 lineup (bassist John Lodge and guitarist Justin Hayward).

The Moody Blues formed on 4 May 1964, in Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Ray Thomas, a juvenile John Lodge and (occasionally) Mike Pinder had been members of El Riot & the Rebels. source

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    1. The same here. I don’t know if times were better or if I was better. Ummm, maybe both. Happy Friday.

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    1. Thanks Luisa! There are a lot of good memories for many of us here with Nights in White Satan. Thank you for listening and commenting. Wishing you an awesome new year Luisa. 🎶🎉🥳🎊

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