Digitally remastered and expanded edition. Giorgio Moroder is a brilliant songwriter and has produced recordings by world class artists such as David Bowie, Barbra Streisand and the Three Degrees. He is the man credited as creating Euro Disco and pioneering computerized dance music, always at the forefront of pop and an acknowledged influence on many artists for decades. Backed by the Munich Machine, a tight studio ensemble with strings and vocalists, here is his 1976 solo album, now expanded with four bonus single tracks - including the title track (an innovative treatment of the Moody Blues classic 'Nights In White Satin') and 'Oh L'Amour' and 'Let The Music Play'.
Along time ago, I bought this LP from “The Moody Blues”, because it appears the original single “Nights In White Satin”.
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music
“Lovely to see you again”
An excellent compilation covering the period from “Days of future passed” up to and including “Seventh Sojourn”. This was the Moody Blues most creative and productive period, and the tracks selected here arguably represent the best of those albums.
The Black-Man’s Burdon is a double LP by funk band Eric Burdon and War, released in December 1970 on MGM Records. It was the second of two albums by the group before Burdon left and the remaining band continued as War.