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Page Artiste The Moody Blues

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (7 juillet 2011)
  • : Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Super Audio CD
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B000E8NQUO
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Higher and higher
  2. Eyes of a child I
  3. Floating
  4. Eyes of a child II
  5. I never thought I'd live to be a hundred
  6. Beyond
  7. Out and in
  8. Gypsy
  9. Eternity road
  10. Candle of life
  11. Sun is still shining
  12. I never thought I'd live to be a million
  13. Watching and waiting

Disque : 2

  1. Gypsy
  2. Candle of life
  3. Sun is still shining
  4. Gypsy
  5. Sunset
  6. Never comes the day
  7. Are you sitting comfortably
  8. The dream
  9. Have you heard
  10. Nights in white satin
  11. Legend of a mind

Descriptions du produit

2SACD Deluxe Hybride 2-Sacd/Disc 2: Demo'S,Remixes Etc.

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54 internautes sur 55 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x905e090c) étoiles sur 5 The Fourth Great SACD Mix! 24 avril 2006
Par Marty From SF - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album is many peoples favorite, as it has a wide variety of styles, from rock & roll to ballads to 'spoken word'. Besides the orginal remixed 5.1 songs (13), we are treated to (11) more versions from the previous three albums. The full versions and alternate mixes are a surprise for those hard-core fans. Here is a list of what songs are not mentioned here:

Gypsy (Full Version)
Candle Of Life (Full Version)
Sun Is Still Shining (Alternate Mix)
Gypsy (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Sunset (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Never Comes The Day (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Are You Sitting Comfortably (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Dream (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Have You Heard (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Nights In White Satin (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)
Legend Of A Mind (BBC Radio Concert 17/12/69)

Musical experiences don't get much better than this. Treat yourself!

(Note: Disc 1 is an SACD mix made from the original quadraphonic tapes. Disc 2 is the original remastered quadraphonic tapes - not SACD. This is seen as Disc 1 is gold colored and Disc 2 is silver. Also note that because this was originally a quadrophonic mix, the center front speaker is not used).
34 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x905e0b58) étoiles sur 5 Moodies fourth SACD release is as lush, ethereal and intense as it was in1969 25 avril 2006
Par J. Bongiorno - Publié sur
Format: CD
One of the Moodies greatest achievements is this haunting, beautiful work that transports its listeners to far off realms. If any band is benefited by the surround sound format, it's the Moody Blues as this gorgeous sounding SACD release proves. Sound-wise, the CD plays much better in multichannel surround (even without the SACD player -- as the Dolby Pro Logic II mimics the surround rather well) than standard two-speaker format. Alive and as profoundly moving as ever, To Our Children's Children's Children is beginning to end one of the greatest musical expressions put to record.

Sadly, the fantastic cover artwork by Phil Travers is ruined by the person or persons in charge of reproducing the cover! True of at least 3 of the Moodies' SACD releases, the cover images are reproduced way too light so that nearly all the details of the painting are faded or lost altogether! Unfortunately, this is true on the cover as well as the interior booklet! Take a look at the original pressing of the LPs or any of the prior CD cover releases and you'll see just how bad Decca screwed this up! What happened to the quality control?! It's just a shame that this definitive release does not have the definitive covers it should! For any other band, it wouldn't be such a big deal, but for the Moodies, the cover art and packaging were part of the greater whole and this oversight is a big flaw in an otherwise fantastic release. One other smaller beef is that they should have had entirely new liner notes in each release, rather than just one new paragraph and a repeat of the notes detailed on Days of Future Passed.

At any rate, the music and sound get 5 stars, but 1 star is lost due to the work done by whoever was responsible for the cover art reproduction. Phil Travers original cover is vibrant and rich. This is very washed out and drains much of the original's beauty.
15 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x905e0d98) étoiles sur 5 Innovation, songcraft & melody beget Rock's best music, on the best format 8 juin 2006
Par Phil Baird - Publié sur
Format: CD
Forty years are soon to have passed for all of us who have followed the seminal rock and roll band--The Moody Blues.
Millions of us gnash our teeth at "critics" who elected the short-lived (yes they were very good, also) "Young Rascals" to the Hall Of Fame; but not the Moodies? These misguided, effete music snobs (in the world of rock and roll--go figure) mystify all those of us who appreciate the Moodies for their risk taking, for the songs that have resonated for four full decades and will continue to do so; and for the concerts that still electrify hundreds of thousands of fans every year in the 21st century. The Moodies are a band that has an unsurpassed catalog of greatness, but some still refuse to give them their due, alas.

Our band, chock full of outstanding singer-songwriters, takes a journey into space and time with "To Our Children's Children's Children". I don't have SACD playback capabilities with my system, but the high quality components I do have: Levinson, Meridian, Wilson speakers, et al, finally got to play this Moodies masterpiece in all its awesome stereo with the release of this incredible import Deluxe CD today. I own all of the OOP Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL) recordings. "To Our Children's Children's Children" (TOCCC) sounds so much better than the heretofore great MFSL CD, that it is mind-blowing. Don't waste your money on paying for the over-priced, after-market, MFSL issued CDs, not when these new SACD releases of early Moodies albums are now the reference quality recordings you should have; if you dearly love the Moodies music.

"Watching and Waiting" is one of Justin Hayward's own personal favorite songs (co-writing credit shared with Ray Thomas), and when you hear all the "soft dynamics" of this majestic song you will find yourself noting chords and notes that you never heard before. "Gypsy", seemingly always left off of Moodies "best of" compilations (for some unknown reason), resonates with more energy and clarity and bass. The side 2, "longer version" of "Gypsy" is also outstanding. Mike Pinder's "Sun Is Still Shining" (not a personal favorite of mine before), now carries much more weight; the sitar is given its space and the whole song is just, well, really cool. If you want to hear the Moodies at their best, all the new import SACD editions are worth every penny. You will rediscover the joy of listening to concept albums by a band that basically originated the concept of making rock and roll albums cohesive, "about something", etc. Enjoy the awesome Moodies' music in the very best medium to hear them--the SACDs! Oh, and thanks Justin, for your hard work in seeing to it that these SACD releases were done so very, very well!

08/14/06 UPDATE!! Universal Records has just announced that it will release U.S. versions (of the here-to-fore only available as import purchases) of "Days Of Future Passed," "In Search Of The Lost Chord," and "To Our Children's Children's Children" on 09/12/06. So let's also hope that you may be able to get the remaining other SACD Moodies' discs from U.S. sellers (presumably at lower prices than the import versions) too, if these first three discs sell well. I owe it to Universal, after criticizing their earlier decision NOT to release U.S. versions of the Moodies SACDs, to pass along this great news.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x905bb114) étoiles sur 5 Should have done a New 5.1 mix with more studio outtakes 15 janvier 2007
Par Kenneth Anselmi - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is one of the best Moody Blues albums from their peak of 1967-1972. I don't mind a radical remix and this is not one. But, the old quad mix they used for this release from 1972 is not good. The electric guitar, mostly the lead, is buried in the mix. They should have remixed this album from the master tapes. Why use an old 4 channel mix, done for stereo systems featuring early 1970's technology. REMIX the album in 5.1. Don't cross-fade the songs.

The bonus disc was disappointing. The 3 studio tracks they put on, Gypsy (Alt Mix with no fadeout), Candle of Life (Alt Mix with clean intro and a longer ending), and Sun Is Still Shining (Alt longer Mix) are all great. But why only 3 songs! Why so cheap with the studio outtakes? Didn't anyone do any research from what was in the vaults? That there is no bonus versions of Out & In and Eternity Road is criminal. How about an unedited complete version of "I Never thought I'd Live to be A Hundred". The song was cut in half for the album and put on both sides. How about a mix of "Eyes Of a Child Pt. 2" that doesn't fade in or out. How about a mix of "Out and In" with a clean intro and longer ending. What about adding Ray Thomas's best song "Eternity Road", with NO Fade IN or Fade OUT. The live BBC show is ok, but it was recorded the same week as the live album "Caught Live Plus 5". So the versions and song choices are the same. They should have released it, but as a seperate release from this. (They would up releasing this on their BBC CD anyway!!) They should have added more outtakes from the studio recordings to the bonus disc. There was still atleast 25 minutes of time left on the cd with the live segment included.

I'm glad they released this, but it could have been so much better. What a wasted opportunity.
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HASH(0x905bb330) étoiles sur 5 "Children Of Paradise," Deluxe Edition! :) 4 juin 2007
Par Kevin Martinell KevyGuy - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
*The following comments are in regard to the bonus tracks on this release. To read my opinions on the original content of this album, check out my review under:

"To Our Children's Children's Children" by The Moody Blues (Audio CD - 1997) - Original recording remastered

Here is what I enjoyed about each of these outstanding bonus offerings...

"Gypsy" (alternate version):

Sounds like a possible remix for the 1974 "This Is The Moody Blues" compilation had the song been chosen for that release! One difference in this version is that Justin's chanting (Before the "Left without a hope of coming home" parts) is louder in the mix, plus there are no backing vocals accompanying Justin's. I love the extended chaotic ending, and I get a kick out of the laughter and falsetto chanting at the tail end of the mix, probably from John Lodge. :) Justin's dramatic final vocal, edited in places and mixed more in the background on the final version, was well delivered, as well!

"Candle Of Life" (alternate version):

The vocals sound like they have less echo coming from them, on this mix. Also, the ascending piano chords, in the extended fadeout, were the highlight for me, and they sounded fantastic, too!

"Sun Is Still Shining" (extended version):

You can hear falsetto-like backing vocals behind Mike Pinder's singing, here, which is a pretty neat addition. Also, I didn't know there was a flute on this recording until the very end of the extended fadeout, and the piece is played very well by Ray Thomas! Fantastic! :)

The remaining tracks, from the David Symonds BBC radio show, sound almost identical to the performances from "Caught Live +5" (as noted in another review) except less songs appear on this disc, and both "The Voyage" and "Legend Of A Mind" are shorter versions, as performed here. Also, on this occasion, David Symonds introduces most of the tracks, before The Moody Blues start playing, and amusingly, he sounds like he is slightly chuckling when he introduces "Legend Of A Mind," for The Moodies! :) Mono sound quality on this performance, but it still sounds magnificent!

Just like the 1997 CD remaster of "To Our Children's Children's Children," this Deluxe Edition also featured a topnotch remastering job! I would recommend this release to any Moody Blues fan or collector. Thanks for reading! God Bless... :)
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