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The Moody Blues: When Is A Single Not A Single?

Keith Altham, Record Mirror, 23 May 1970

WHEN IS a single not a single? Apparently when it is the Moody Blues. The Moodies have broken into the Seventies with every indication of making it a record shattering year for their newly baptized label Threshold on which they soared to their highest position ever in the U.S. charts with To Our Children's Children's Children and followed that with their first single, as such, in five years, which is currently gracing an otherwise ingracious Top Twenty.

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