The Moody Blues Gallery

Listening to the album Question of Balance in the early 1970s for the first time was an uplifting experience and I became absorbed with their timeless, melodic, uplifting, symphonic rock music and their lyrics of peace, love, harmony and words of wisdom by reading and following the inner sleeve lyric sheet
I was also fascinated by the gatefold sleeve, which was a trademark of the band and I had not seen it before on vinyl LP albums and came to appreciate the artwork on the covers by artist Phil Travers.
I believe Phil’s art captures the essence of the Moodies music visually on their album covers and on their solo albums.

After listening to their other albums at the time I became more aware of the Mellotron sound and how atmospheric and timeless it was. It sounded cosmic and really uplifting along with the haunting flute playing and voice harmonies.
I felt inspired to do a tribute to the great band by creating a series of portrait montages. Over the years the fans have to got to know Moodies artwork and I have enjoyed sharing my it through the Moody Blues Fan Club based in Surrey UK and it has been a pleasure meeting some of the fans in person at their concerts and at my art studio.
Follow the magic of the Moody Blues, originally a Birmingham based band from 1964, by visiting their website https://www.moodybluestoday.com/
Also visit Mike Pinder’s website, who I always regard as the conscience of The Moody Blues with his words of wisdom as well as his beautiful uplifting music. http://www.mikepinder.com/

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Enter the “inner sanctum” of The Moody Blues below.