6 thoughts on “ Let Me Go - The Moody Blues - Go Now - The Moody Blues #1

  1. Listen free to The Moody Blues – Go Now: The Moody Blues #1 (I Go Crazy, And My Baby's Gone and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  2. Dec 28,  · The originals aren't as good as the covers. Go Now, the one big hit, is an amazing song but it is so poorly recorded that attempts at remastering have done little to make it sound better. If you are a big Moody Blues fan you are going to want to hear this album but I doubt you'll listen to anything other than Go Now very often/5(4).
  3. This is the Moody Blues, to be sure, but it is the work of the original R&B-based lineup featuring Denny Laine on lead vocals and guitar, and Clint Warwick on bass, along with Mike Pinder (piano, organ), Ray Thomas (harmonica, vocals), and Graeme Edge (drums), who enjoyed a monster international hit with the R&B-style single "Go Now" in /
  4. On Vol. 1 there is another wonderful song, 'Showdown', by Kenny Carter, also written by Larry Banks and Milton Bennett, a song that Dave Godin says was especially written for the Moody Blues as a follow-up to 'Go Now' but they declined it.
  5. “Go Now!” (adding an exclamation mark) was made popular internationally later in when an English beat group from Birmingham named The Moody Blues recorded it, with Denny Laine on guitar.
  6. Oh you had better go now. Go now. Go now. Go now Before you see me cry. I don't want you to tell me Just what you intend to do now. 'Cause how many times do I have to tell you Darling, darling, I'm still in love With you now? We've already said ‘So long’ I don't want to see you go. Oh you had better go now. Go now. Go now. Go now Don't you.

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