A Night in White Satin

Humphreys By the Bay hosted the Moody Blues at a recent show -- and the band did not disappoint, playing two sets for the riveted crowd.

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The Moody Blues blew into Humphreys By the Bay for an Oct. 30 show.
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The classic U.K. psychedelic pop band played two sets for the riveted crowd.
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Singer/guitarist Justin Heyward (left) and bassist John Lodge (middle) are two of the three original members still playing in the group.
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The group released their latest compilation, "Timeless Flight," in 2013.
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The band rose to fame with their 1967 monumental album, "Days of Future Passed."
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Two of their biggest hits are "Nights in White Satin" and "Tuesday Afternoon."
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Hayward (left) and Lodge have played in the band since 1966.
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The only original member of the current lineup, drummer Graeme Edge (left), has played in the band since 1964.
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Their 1970 album, "A Question of Balance," reached No. 3 on the American charts, and No. 1 in Britain.
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In 1986, the Moody Blues enjoyed a revival of-sorts with their chart-topping hit single "Your Wildest Dreams."
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Their 1972 album, "Seventh Sojourn," reached No. 1 on the U.S. charts.
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The group had another huge hit in 1988, with "I Know You're Out There Somewhere," with the band venturing into synth pop.
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The band is well-known for incorporating lush orchestral arrangements, especially in its earlier work.
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The group will be embarking on the second annual Moody Blues Cruise, with the Zombies and Lighthouse, on April 2-7, 2014.
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