The Moody Blues defined Progressive Rock in the late 60s and early 70s. Their second album, Days of Future Passed (1967), included the iconic “Nights In White Satin” along with psychedelic and symphonic compositions. The Moody Blues became your guide if you wanted to go on a “trip.” Keyboardist Pinder introduced the mellotron (a proto-synthesizer), which became part of their signature sound.
05 Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Where: London, England