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  1. Nov 29,  · This is their 1st US LP release featuring the hit "Go Now". Copies came with artwork pasted over brown cardboard. Front covers mention title as "Go Now Moody Blues #1" along with "Featuring, From The Bottom of My Heart"/5(38).
  2. The Moody Blues debut long-player -- known alternately as Go Now! or Moody Blues # was essentially a repository for various singles. The lineup included Ray Thomas (harmonica/vocals), Mike Pinder (keyboards/vocals), Denny Laine (vocals/guitar), Graeme Edge (drums), and Clint Warwick 6/
  3. I have heard every song on this album from the original LP I bought back about featuring the very first lineup of the band when they formed in May That album was titled "Go Now #1" and featured the title track which went to #1 in England and #10 in America on the Billboard Hot Singles chart/5(15).
  4. Dec 21,  · This little-known album was actually a repackaging of the Go Now album, and essentially a cynical and misleading effort by the group's record label to re-market the mids, r&b-era Moody Blues' material, featuring Denny Laine and Clint Warwick in the line-up, to fans of the band's post psychedelic material/5().
  5. The Moody Blues are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in , initially consisting of keyboardist Mike Pinder, multi-instrumentalist Ray Thomas, guitarist Denny Laine, drummer Graeme Edge, and bassist Clint Warwick. They first came to prominence playing rhythm and blues music. After some early lineup changes, the band settled on a line-up of Pinder, Thomas, Edge, guitarist Justin.
  6. This is the Moody Blues, to be sure, but it is the work of the original R&B-based lineup featuring Denny Laine on lead vocals and guitar, and Clint Warwick on bass, along with Mike Pinder (piano, organ), Ray Thomas (harmonica, vocals), and Graeme Edge (drums), who enjoyed a monster international hit with the R&B-style single "Go Now" in
  7. Classic Promo promo clip of the Moodies from doing their version of a song originally sung by Bessie Banks. I wonder where Queen got the idea for their.
  8. In January , "Go Now" (without an exclamation mark) was released on The Very Best of the Moody Blues; its release on this album was the first time it had been released on a Moody Blues compilation album. "Go Now" was also released on the subsequent Moody Blues two-disc .
  9. I'll Go Crazy Lyrics: Oh you know I feel alright / Oh yeah / You know I feel alright, children / Oh yeah / You know I feel alright / Oh yeah / Ah, you're hanging me up, baby / Yeah babe / If you leave.

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