Tag Archives: Mike Pinder


June 16, 2015

Pinder Brothers 2015 Affecting observations running the gamut of moods from a pair of art-rock-related siblings. They live in California, but Michael and Matt Pinder’s third album is a quintessentially English record, one delicately textured in a hazy way with … Continue reading

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Ex-Moody Blues Guest with THE PINDER BROTHERS

April 11, 2015

American duo THE PINDER BROTHERS are one of those bands who excel in beautiful melodies and vocal harmonies – an inherent thing, given that Michael Lee and Matthew are siblings. Now, they have their third album, “Melancholy Sea,” out, which … Continue reading

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John Lodge takes friends on a time trip

February 26, 2015

One of mainstays in THE MOODY BLUES and writer of many a classic, bassist John Lodge was never prolific solo-wise. Having released only one album under his own name, 1977’s brilliant “Natural Avenue,” it’s only now, 38 years later, that the veteran is ready to deliver its … Continue reading

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THE MOODY BLUES’ debut turns deluxe

September 26, 2014

Here’s one album that makes a difference: THE MOODY BLUES might have been forebears of progressive rock, yet the band that featured keyboardist Mike Pinder, drummer Graeme Edge and flautist Ray Thomas started out as a beat and rhythm-and-blues unit … Continue reading

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MIKE PINDER – The Promise / Among The Stars

August 13, 2014

Threshold 1976 & One Step 1994 / Esoteric 2013 Solo output of former Moody Blue gets beautifully boxed to open up more facets of the Mellotron master. In their halcyon days, THE MOODY BLUES were more than sum of the … Continue reading

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