It's easy to imagine the Moody Blues establishing residency at a retirement village in Boca Raton. Their orchestral leanings -- more Mantovani than Solti -- and the addition of guitarist Justin Hayward and bassist John Lodge sent them away from the R&B of their earliest days and helped them find a comfortable niche providing easy listening for the marijuana crowd of the late Sixties. When pundits discuss the “wretched excess” of that decade, they're eluding ... More >>>