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Ray Thomas of Moody Blues died yesterday >MRGD<
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RE: Ray Thomas of Moody Blues died yesterday >MRGD<
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It's amazing how many of these famous bands came from England.

Yep, they were Intact — Un-Cut.
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RE: Ray Thomas of Moody Blues died yesterday >MRGD<
I recall hearing Nights in White Satin on a little FM (which was just beginning) station 2 yrs before it became the giant hit on AM. Do your self a favor (Every Boy Deserves Favor) and give a listen to their catalogue. These guys were HUGE in 73 with Seventh Sojourn.
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Such lovely people, they never succumbed to the "bad boy" rocker image. Really nice guys, humble and all. And so polite.

I need to see a man about a horse...
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We loved The Moody Blues.Heartflowers
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RE: Ray Thomas of Moody Blues died yesterday >MRGD<
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It's amazing how many of these famous bands came from England.

Yep, they were Intact — Un-Cut.

American are just Brits that went on Holiday and never came back.

Everything I've ever told you, including this, is a lie.
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They just got inducted to the rock hall of fame. The hall of shame waited too long as usual.
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Another legend gone. RIP

Right, left.. Wings on the same bird that crap on all of us
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House of M  Wrote: (01-08-2018 04:38 AM)
Such lovely people, they never succumbed to the "bad boy" rocker image. Really nice guys, humble and all. And so polite.

Jhikpghf Unheard of today.
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We loved The Moody Blues.Heartflowers

Njifgspm The Moodys are my favorite band from that era, second only to Pink Floyd.
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How great is the flute solo here ?



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