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Probably the most popular song, it is iconic and immediately delves you into memories!
These guys are the best
One of my all time favorite songs!
Without a doubt an absolute classic.
No question about it.
I like to think "Your Wildest Dreams" will be adored by generations to come, much as I and many others in my generation adore this song. And I'm sure there are others who agree with me that this mere pop song rates as transcendent art.
I love all their songs but this one means a great deal to me personally.
My mom was always a huge Moody Blues fan and I was always happiest when this song came on. Still one of my favorites
So very recognizable and beautiful! Fills me with happiness and smiles!V 1 Comment
One of Johns best
One of their noteworthy songs and like Your Wildest Dreams. The tune is a memo-rising reserve to its meaning and always listen to it a lot.V 1 Comment
This song really means something to me but it's unfortunate that it isn't more popular. - Beatlesboy9
Denny Laine makes this song. Big loss for the Moodies after he left
Their albums from Days of Future Passed thru Seventh Sojourn were their best works. Brilliant album art as well. Leaving them out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is nonsense, ridiculous, illogical and insulting. - Billyv
From their most mature creative period. Straight ahead rock, not vapid blue jays stuff that came later.
Just awesome. Get goose bumps every time I hear it!
My favorite, and I agree about the first albums through Seventh SojournV 1 Comment
Wonderful lyrics combined with powerful vocals truly deliver a fantastic experience. In one word a masterpiece
Fantastic song from Justin Hayward, the songwriter
The national anthem of melancholy men.
Evolutionary biology and psychology majors should listen to this one
The music & lyrics of the Moody Blues songs are some of the most beautiful & meaningful ever written. They still sound amazing live, too!
Already on the list.
This song is just perfect - psychedelic, with amazing flute solo, very dreamy and upbeat, just, well ya know, just fantastic! - Moonchild
The moment that the other instruments come in following the flute solo is beyond belief!
The depth of this composition is unsurpassed in the Moody Blues catalogue. Ray Thomas, with his songwriting, flute, and soprano vocals has written a masterpiece.
One cannot help but think of San Francisco and the Haight /Asbury district when listening to this song. Hearing it brings back EVERYTHING about the summer of love - the sights (and sites), the SOUNDS, the bustle and street performers, even the smells of incense in the air. This song epitomizes and defines 1960s in S.F. I was lucky enough to meet Timothy Leary there in 1988 -- I'll never forget it. And this song played in the back of my mind while we chatted.
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