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Still love the MB, my era.
saw them 8 or 9 times.....Once at Red Rocks with The Denver Symphony Orchestra and once with the KC Philharmonic....if I remember right....They are in a league of their own IMHO....
Their music always had a mystical effect one me. That could be because I was eating a lot of acid when I first started listening to them.
Iungere clava in cogitandi modo in peregrinatione est optimus......
Such harmony and melody. Hard to find these days...
Justin Hayward is quite the cerebral lyricist as well as Graeme Edge and the music seemlessly flows with the words. Certainly, with Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas, and John Lodge they were the quintessential classic rock band. One of the greats, I'd say. I believe Hayward, Lodge, and Edge are still touring. Ohio Guy
Damn, Wirecutter, you always deliver. I had tripped 12 times back in 1972 or 73 when a friend got some windowpane acid. I was 16. It came on a piece of paper under Scotch-tape and was supposed to be really strong. It was. My friend was my "guide" and he had this album on cassette. I'd never heard it before. Wild trip that changed my life. Thanks for the memories. I was in South Jersey, but here's a good article about someone in North Jersey at the same time. https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/archive/discussions/6883I always regretted not seeing the Dead or Zeppelin live. Saw Steppenwolf, the Stones and ELO. But damn, no Zep. Oh well.
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