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Go Now
Moody Blues
Go Now
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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1994 Reissue of the 1965 Debut Album from the Birmingham, England Rockers in their Mod Period. Includes the Title Track (Their First Hit Single), 'from the Bottom of My Heart', 'time is on My Side' and Much More.

      
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All Artists: Moody Blues
Title: Go Now
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Disky
Release Date: 8/22/2002
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Style: British Invasion
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 8711539620042

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Album Details
1994 Reissue of the 1965 Debut Album from the Birmingham, England Rockers in their Mod Period. Includes the Title Track (Their First Hit Single), 'from the Bottom of My Heart', 'time is on My Side' and Much More.
 

CD Reviews

Better than the "art-rock" ...
Henry R. Kujawa | 05/16/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The guy below is correct in that this IS a different band than the overblown, pompous, pretentious dinosaur... that the Moodies turned into. BUT, that is the only thing that he is correct about. NOT boring, but very jazzy and soulful and a great timecapsule of a certain time period in British R&B that I particularly enjoy. If you want stupid opuses about elves and... like that, then stick to what you know.....if you want something a bit more earthy and real then this is your baby here. CLASSICS all around. ... if "Go Now" don't move you, you're already dead."
Random & Incomplete mess
Henry R. Kujawa | "The Forbidden Zone" (Camden, NJ) | 05/31/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)

"My first exposure to the EARLY Moody Blues was the awful-sounding US LP "GO NOW". I'm bemoaning the "electronic stereo" remix, not the music! At least that was (more or less) a legitimate "album" (in the way US butcher-versions of great UK albums were in the 60's). THIS has no point in existing-- a seemingly random sampling of 45 and album tracks thrown together to make a quick buck (and I've seen a number of these over the years).Let me be clear-- I've grown to LOVE the Denny Laine incarnation of The Moodies-- and to share my enthusiasm, I highly recommend anyone track down a copy of the complete version of THE MAGNIFICENT MOODIES (the one with all the 45 and LP sides-- 25 songs in all)."
A Rare Treat -- an Obscure Album
D. Hupp | Woodbridge, VA United States | 08/08/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I don't know many people who heard or had this album when it came out. I bought it in 1965 and kept it as one of my obscure favorites for many years. I still regret letting it go just a few years ago. Although very few of the songs on this album are memorable and none evokes the later sounds of The Moody Blues that were tremendously popular, this album deserves its place as a point of contrast between the group's early and later work. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to most of these songs and still like most of them. Go Now, I Go Crazy, Can't Nobody Love You, and a few others are my special favorites. I've enjoyed finding and listening to albums that were not mainstream. This is one of those."