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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (30 septembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B000001F64
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Gypsy (of a strange and distant time)
  2. The sunset
  3. Dr. livingstone, I presume
  4. Never comes the day
  5. Peak hour
  6. Tuesday afternoon
  7. Are you sitting comfortably?
  8. The dream
  9. Have you heard (part 1)
  10. The voyage
  11. Have you heard (part 2)
  12. Nights in white satin
  13. Legend of a mind
  14. Ride my see-saw
  15. Gimme a little somethin'
  16. Please think about it
  17. Long summer days
  18. King and queen
  19. What am I doing here

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Par Jidé COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 13 novembre 2003
Format: CD
(...) La guitare très inspirée de Justin Hayward et plus encore, les grandes nappes du Mellotron de Richard Pinder tissent une toile psyché-pop à la fois soyeuse et collante de mélancolie, et même si ce groupe était certainement plus à l'aise dans les espaces confinés, cette performance à l'air libre redonne du souffle à une musique parfois critiquée pour son manque de "spontanéité".
Le "+5" du titre évoque 5 titres inédits, des chutes de studio, tout à fait intéréssants et qui datent tous de l'âge d'or des Moodies (1967-1969).
Contre toute attente, ce disque tient donc fort bien la route et constitue en tout cas un document indispensable pour tous les fans du groupe.
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Juste pour corriger ce qui a été dit il y a cinq ans par un autre acheteur, le joueur de Mellotron s'appelait Mike Pinder, et non Richard Pinder. Il coule des jours heureux en Californie, où il s'est remarié et s'est retiré progressivement des choses de la musique, après avoir travaillé quelques temps pour ATARI corporation, au sortir de ses 12 ans avec les Moody Blues, en 1978. Pour ce qui est de ce CD, c'était le premier "live" des Moodies, qui ont d'ailleurs tout fait pour qu'il ne voit jamais le jour, à cause d'imperfections dues au direct. Avec le temps, ce CD reste la référence sans laquelle on ne peut pas bien connaitre les Moody Blues. Est sorti récemment "live at the BBC", un complément idéal à celui ci, même si le son est un peu moins bon.
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cd interressant,tres bon live.groupe anglais qui joue une musique progressive et utilise le mellotron comme instrument principale,tres melodique, à recommander
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Pour tous les inconditionnels des Moody Blues, même si l'enregistrement n'est pas top.
Mais quelle nostalgie dans ce vieux son !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Band That Could've Been Kings 13 juin 2015
Par cbond1c - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This was in fact my first introduction to the Moody Blues. I remembered the album cover from a review I had read several years earlier, and as a result I had bookmarked the image as something to include amongst my wishlist as a must listen. Unlike some of the other posters comments here, I did not find the recording deficient in any way, and the material presented (overall) made me wonder why this wasn't my favorite band of all-time.Of course, my subsequent purchase of "Days Of Future Passed" only helped to further cement my conviction on this point. Imagine the eye-opening experience I had yet ahead of me when I listened to their albums up until "Seventh Sojourn" at which point it seemed that the magic had somehow wore-off, and they would go on to seemingly state 'were not going to do any heavy-stuff anymore. In fact, if anyone asks you "I'm Just A Singer In a Rock & Roll Band." Prior to this point they were absolutely Gods!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The "Classic 8" Album in the "Classic 7" Series? :) 30 juin 2007
Par Kevin Martinell KevyGuy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
To start off, what a topnotch remastering job on this splendid release! :)

I was so glad when "Caught Live + 5" was finally released on CD, back in 1996! When I had a copy of the album on cassette, and compared it to the vinyl release, I was shocked at how much material was edited out of the cassette version ... I guess it was a matter of fitting the entire album onto the cassette, but thank goodness the CD featured the unedited full versions of the live songs, as heard on the vinyl release. I was also impressed that all of the material between the two original records fit on a single CD!

For the live portion of the album, "Gypsy" was a great way to open up the act, and it really rocked ... Both the mellotron and lead guitar really grab the listener's attention, here!

"The Sunset" sounded awesome on this release, and since the mellotron was really powerful, on this occasion, I call this the "To Our Children's Children's Children" rendition of the song! :) Notice that, on this track (and also on "The Dream"), Mike Pinder's voice is more audible on the left stereo channel, within the stereo field ... This reminded me of the stereo trick used on the earlier recordings of The Beatles (Ex: "Day Tripper"/"We Can Work It Out"), where the voices were offset to one of the stereo channels!

On "Dr. Livingstone, I Presume," you can hear some amusing screams, here and there, probably by John Lodge!

Both "Never Comes The Day" and "The Voyage" feature magnificent mellotron solos from Mike, near the end of each track. On the latter composition, the mellotron replaced the pianos from the original version, but the piece was played just as well, here!

The harmonies of John Lodge and Ray Thomas are great, as they sing the bridge to "Peak Hour" twice. Mike's mellotron solo is outstanding, once again.

The Moodies really rock well on both the bridge and ending of "Tuesday Afternoon!"

"Are You Sitting Comfortably?" features some well-done flute and mellotron solos.

Mike delivers Graeme Edge's poem, "The Dream," in an enthusiastic way, and I love the way he recreates the wailing sounds of the mellotron for the backdrop, sounding much like the original version!

On both parts of "Have You Heard," I liked the "gust of air" effects in-between the individual lines in the song, as well as the group effort of each of The Moodies chanting in their own way, in unison, near the end of Part Two.

The closing sequence of the live set was nice, featuring "Nights In White Satin" (More great harmonies from John and Ray on the "Oh, how I love you," parts), "Legend of a Mind" (An amusing mellotron track during the "Along the coast..." part of the song), and "Ride My See-Saw" (Featuring powerful drums from Graeme in the intro, as well as an amusing count-in, sounding more like "Fee... Fo... Fee... Fee," rather than "One... Two... Three... Four!").

To me, the "+5" tracks are just as enjoyable as any of the material from the "Classic 7" albums. :)

"Gimmie a Little Somethin'" sounds like it was recorded during the same recording sessions as "Dr. Livingstone, I Presume" or "House of Four Doors." There are some nice flute tracks in-between the verses, and I like the ascending notes on the piano and mellotron during the chorus ... Great stereo mix with excellent separation of the different instruments and vocals, too (Best experienced through headphones)!

Both "Please Think About It" and "Long Summer Days" feature wonderful harmonies and piano tracks.

"King and Queen" has a similar rhythm track to "Legend of a Mind," once the chorus kicks in. I enjoy this Justin Hayward track as much as "Voices In The Sky" and "The Actor" ... The acoustic guitars and mellotrons really stand out on this track, as well as Graeme's drumming on the chorus and during the fadeout!

"What Am I Doing Here?" features a lot of layered soaring mellotron tracks, making it sound like a selection from "Children's Children!" I like the piano and additional mellotron pieces during the fadeout, plus Graeme's thunderous drumming, especially near the end of the track, is outstanding!

To finish up, I enjoyed "Caught Live + 5" just as much as the "Classic 7" albums ... That's why I gave it the nickname "Classic 8" in my review title! The album was like an addition to the other amazing albums from the same time period. :) Thanks for reading! God Bless... :)
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Caught Live + 5 24 mai 2014
Par A. Hiniker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I am only recently a fan of the Moody Blues and have been collecting their albums. I bought this album as it is the only one that had the song "King and Queen" on it. It is a nice album to have in a collection as it has fourteen of their songs as originally recorded in a live performance at Royal Albert Hall in December of 1969. The "+5" were songs as originally recorded in 1967-68. The sound isn't the greatest, but I suppose that is to be expected. It still is an interesting addition to my collection. I love the Moddy Blues and Justin Hayward is pure genius in whatever he has written. He had and still has a great voice.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best Available Moody Blues Live Recording From This Era 2 octobre 2014
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This is the best available live recording from this era of the Moody Blues. Yes, there is the Isle of Wight recording but Caught Live + 5 is a much higher quality live recording. In addition to the live concert from the Royal Albert Hall you get five previously unreleased studio recordings from this time period. In the late 60's any live performance involving a mellotron was tenuous. Check out King Crimson live recordings from the same time period and you will know what I mean. Caught Live + 5 also has a great set list including songs up to the "To Our Children's Children's Childrens" era.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth it for four songs alone 31 mai 2007
Par D. Berrygirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
NOTE: This is an edited version of my original.

This is a great collection of early MB's live recordings, tracks 1-14 that is. I thought all the live songs were fantastic, especially Lodge's 'Peak Hour' and 'Ride My See Saw'(awesome version!) and Pinder's 'Have You Heard/ The Voyage'. Hayward's "Nights" is a great one too, almost as good as the Isle of Wight performance. The live versions of these four fabulous songs alone are worth the price of the whole CD in my opinion.

On to a few of the 5 studio tracks. J. Lodge's 'Gimme a little somethin', the lead sung by Hayward, is a short but good tune. John's fab falsetto soars on the chorus parts. 'Please think about it' is one of the most "non-melancholy" tunes I've ever heard by Mike Pinder and I really, really liked it! Pinder's voice sounded so very good on this one. "Happier" tunes suit his vocals, I think. No, it's not THAT upbeat of a song, but it IS for a Pinder tune- lol! The harmonies are fantastic as well, reminds me of the 1950's style. Justin's 'Long Summer Days' is mostly sung by him in that somewhat lower register of his that I have always loved. Harmonies are great as well as the pretty melody. Hayward's 'What am I doing here" is a bittersweet poignant tale of lovers, heroes.... and death. Justin and mates' vocals and playing perfectly suited the tone of the song.

I had read a critique somehwere(maybe here?) that this album sounded like a recording of a Moody Blues rehearsal. I beg to differ with that charge most vehemently. If these live tracks of Prelude are a Moodies rehearsal, then this album REALLY speaks volumes as to just how wonderfully talented these men truly are. I'd love to "catch them live" any day of the week.
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