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The Moody Blues Hall of Fame: Live from the Royal Albert Hall (2000)

The rock band The Moody Blues performs with the World Festival Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

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The rock band The Moody Blues performs with the World Festival Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.

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Age Hasn't Slowed These Guys, Either
29 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

This was much better than I had expected, not that I didn't expect a decent performance from these guys. I just didn't know exactly what to expect since they were long past their "prime." However, like a number of other '60s groups that are still playing, these guys are still very good. Age doesn't seem to hurt their ability to sing, play instruments and entertain in concert.

Most of the songs were the classics of the group, the ones that made them famous. These gray-haired "old-timers" were very animated and really into the concert, and did a great job with their old songs. The concert had some electricity to it. The crowd appreciated their efforts and made this a fun DVD to watch and hear.

Overall, this is solid music by a classy group, who may look old but can still rock and sing with the best of 'em.


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