Lovely to See You: Live

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Lovely to See You: Live
Live album by The Moody Blues
Released 15 November 2005
Recorded 11 June 2005
At the Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, California
Genre Rock, Prog rock
Length 1:44:22
Label Image Entertainment
The Moody Blues chronology
Gold
(2005)
Lovely to See You: Live
(2005)
An Introduction to The Moody Blues
(2006)

Lovely to See You: Live is a two-disc live album by The Moody Blues. Released on 15 November 2005, Lovely to See You: Live was recorded at a performance at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California. The album is named after The Moody Blues song "Lovely to See You", from their 1969 album On the Threshold of a Dream. Unlike the Moody Blues' two previous live albums A Night at Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Hall of Fame, Lovely to See You: Live does not feature a live orchestra. It is also their first live album since Ray Thomas retired from the band.

Track Listing[edit]

All songs written by Justin Hayward, except where noted.

Disc One[edit]

  1. "Lovely to See You" - 4:13
  2. "Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)" - 4:23
  3. "Lean on Me (Tonight)" (John Lodge) - 4:44
  4. "The Actor" - 5:46
  5. "Steppin' in a Slide Zone" - 4:51
  6. "The Voice" - 4:17
  7. "Talking Out of Turn" - 5:43
  8. "I Know You're Out There Somewhere" - 5:23
  9. "The Story in Your Eyes" - 3:54

Disc Two[edit]

  1. "Forever Autumn" (Jeff Wayne, Paul Vigrass, Gary Osborne) - 4:33
  2. "Your Wildest Dreams" - 4:55
  3. "Isn't Life Strange" - 7:48
  4. "The Other Side of Life" - 5:06
  5. "December Snow" - 4:45
  6. "Higher and Higher" (Graeme Edge) - 5:07
  7. "Are You Sitting Comfortably?" (Hayward, Ray Thomas) - 4:43
  8. "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" - 6:46
  9. "Nights in White Satin" - 6:00
  10. "Question" - 6:09
  11. "Ride My See-Saw" - 5:12

Personnel[edit]

Additional Personnel[edit]

  • Gordon Marshall: drums
  • Paul Bliss: keyboards
  • Bernie Barlow: keyboards, backing vocals
  • Norda Mullen: flute, guitar, backing vocals