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Bruford-Borstlap: Sheer Reckless Abandon

Read "Sheer Reckless Abandon" reviewed by John Kelman

One of the great joys of music can be that of distance: coming back to a piece of music, a musician/group or a discography, even, years later to rediscover it anew. While returning to music after a break of months, years...even decades...is not always a revelation, it's likely true that, if the music was appealing the ...

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Moody Blues at the NYCB Theatre At Westbury

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Moody Blues NYCB Theatre in Westbury Westbury, NY March 29, 2015 For its 1981 album Long Distance Voyager (Threshold Records), the Moody Blues recorded and released a song called “Veteran Cosmic Rocker." Now, almost 35 years later, the band, currently comprised of core members Justin Hayward ...

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Moody Blues at the NYCB Theatre At Westbury

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Moody Blues NYCB Theatre in Westbury Westbury, NY May 7, 2014 The Moody Blues is an English rock band that was among the first groups to fuse rock and pop with classical music. The band's 1967 album Days of Future Passed (Derem Records, 1967) is considered by many to be the ...


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