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On back cover: The definitive collection, 1965 - 1994, brings together the very best moments from one of the most original, innovative and successful bands of all time. This compilation: (P) & (C) 2001 Universal Music Operations Ltd. Marketed and distributed in the U.K. by Universal Music Operations Ltd.
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Collection (2×Cassette, Compilation)Castle Communications, Castle Communications: CCSMC 105-1, CCSMC 105-2UK: 1985
5 de mar. de 2005 · In 1987, Castle Communications managed to swoop up early songs by The Moody Blues. This 13 cut album covers the earliest of years with songs such as Go Now, Pinder and Laine's From the Bottom of my Heart and even George and Ira Gershwin's It Ain't Necessarily So.
Released: April 1965 Label: Decca Format: EP Singles Notes A. ^ In 2000 Strange Times and The Very Best of The Moody Blues were re-released as a double set in the UK, reaching No. 19. B. ^ "Nights in White Satin" charted highest in most countries on its 1972 re-release, except in the Netherlands where the original 1967 release charted higher.
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