Moody Blues - Hall of Fame - Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2000)

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Hall of Fame - Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a CD/DVD which was released in Fall of 2000, documenting the final concert of The Moody Blues' 1999/2000 Strange Times tour. It was also the final concert to be performed by the band with an orchestra and their conductor, Larry Baird. The CD and DVD present an edited version of the concert, deleting the songs The Voice, For My Lady, Strange Times, Steppin' In a Slide Zone, Nothing Changes, and The Other Side of Life, as well as shuffling the song order for the first half of the show, and removing a large section of the flute solo from Legend of a Mind. The CD release also edits out the second verse of Isn't Life Strange. Audio segments of this concert appear in the film A Journey into Amazing Caves.

This is the final Moody Blues release to feature original flautist Ray Thomas, who retired from the band two years after its release. 

Track listing
All song by Justin Hayward, except where noted.
"Overture" (Ray Thomas/Justin Hayward) - 3:58 (features excerpts from "Legend of a Mind", "Tuesday Afternoon", and "Nights in White Satin")
"Tuesday Afternoon" - 4:30
"English Sunset" - 5:16
"Words You Say" (John Lodge) - 5:13
"The Story in Your Eyes" - 3:47
"I Know You're Out There Somewhere" - 5:25
"Haunted" - 4:14
"Your Wildest Dreams" - 4:54
"Isn't Life Strange" (Lodge) - 5:50
"I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" (Lodge) - 6:26
"Nights in White Satin" - 6:59
"Legend of a Mind" (Thomas) - 6:01
"Question" - 6:14
"Ride My See-Saw" (Lodge) - 5:07

Justin Hayward – guitars, vocals
John Lodge – bass guitar, vocals
Ray Thomas – flutes, percussion, vocals
Graeme Edge – drums, percussion

Additional personnel
Paul Bliss – keyboards
Bias Boshell – keyboards
Tracy Graham – backing vocals
Gordon Marshall – drums
Sue Shattock – backing vocals
The World Festival Orchestra.

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