UK, 1967, baroque pop / art rock / symphonic prog

The Moody Blues With The London Festival OrchestraDays of Future Passed: When a day lasts forever just by making it so, by forgetting you’re a man with everyday, humdrum concerns and by remembering that you are a child. When you forget how to feel regret and allow a playful orchestra to sweep you away into what is basically a cartoon. This is where classical music and rock collide—or, rather, embrace gently and warmly. The birth of progressive rock is just around the corner. Oh, and that forever-day? Turns out that night fell after all, but that’s just fine. You’ve got plenty of satin to lose yourself in. Alone.

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