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On the Threshold of a Dream [Bonus Tracks]
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Album: On the Threshold of a Dream [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    In The Beginning More Info... 2:09
2)    Lovely To See You More Info... 2:34
3)    Dear Diary More Info... 3:57
4)    Send Me No Wine More Info... 2:20
5)    To Share Our Love More Info... 2:55
6)    So Deep Within You More Info... 3:07
7)    Never Comes The Day More Info... 4:44
8)    Lazy Day More Info... 2:44
9)    Are You Sitting Comfortably More Info... 3:30
10)    The Dream More Info... 0:58
11)    Have You Heard (Part 1) More Info... 1:28
12)    The Voyage More Info... 4:11
13)    Have You Heard (Part 2) Full Version More Info... 2:31
14)    In The Beginning Full Version More Info... 3:28
15)    So Deep Within You Full Version More Info... 3:30
16)    Dear Diary Alternate Mix More Info... 4:05
17)    Have You Heard Original take More Info... 3:53
18)    The Voyage Original Take More Info... 4:20
19)    Lovely To See You BBC Sessions Version More Info... 2:26
20)    Send Me No Wine BBC Sessions Version More Info... 2:40
21)    So Deep Within You BBC Sessions Version More Info... 3:08
22)    Are You Sitting Comfortably BBC Sessions Version More Info... 3:39
 
Album: On the Threshold of a Dream [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    In The Beginning More Info... 2:09
2)    Lovely To See You More Info... 2:34
3)    Dear Diary More Info... 3:57
4)    Send Me No Wine More Info... 2:20
5)    To Share Our Love More Info... 2:55
6)    So Deep Within You More Info... 3:07
7)    Never Comes The Day More Info... 4:44
8)    Lazy Day More Info... 2:44
9)    Are You Sitting Comfortably More Info... 3:30
10)    The Dream More Info... 0:58
11)    Have You Heard (Part 1) More Info... 1:28
12)    The Voyage More Info... 4:11
13)    Have You Heard (Part 2) Full Version More Info... 2:31
14)    In The Beginning Full Version More Info... 3:28
15)    So Deep Within You Full Version More Info... 3:30
16)    Dear Diary Alternate Mix More Info... 4:05
17)    Have You Heard Original take More Info... 3:53
18)    The Voyage Original Take More Info... 4:20
19)    Lovely To See You BBC Sessions Version More Info... 2:26
20)    Send Me No Wine BBC Sessions Version More Info... 2:40
21)    So Deep Within You BBC Sessions Version More Info... 3:08
22)    Are You Sitting Comfortably BBC Sessions Version More Info... 3:39
 
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  • The Moody Blues: Mike Pinder, Justin Hayward, Ray Thomas, John Lodge, Graeme Edge.
  • Additional personnel: Pete Jackson (triangle).
  • Originally released on Deram (1035). Includes liner notes by John Reed.
  • Digitally remastered by Steve Fallone (PolyGram Studios).
  • The Moody Blues: Mike Pinder, Justin Hayward, Ray Thomas, John Lodge, Graeme Edge.
  • Additional personnel: Pete Jackson (triangle).
  • Includes liner notes by David Lymonds and Lionel Bart.
  • Where this album's predecessor IN SEARCH OF THE LOST CHORD dipped deeply into Eastern-flavored psychedelia, THRESHOLD is more of a straightforward rock record. Things open up experimentally enough, with a spoken-word vignette over electronic drones, but this leads straight into one of the Moodies' poppiest, most up-tempo songs, "Lovely to see You," which would remain a concert favorite for decades. Even notoriously theatrical flautist/vocalist Ray Thomas keeps his eccentricities in check on his effective ballad "Dear Diary."
  • Keyboardist Mike Pinder takes a surprisingly lascivious vocal turn on the anomalous, leering rocker "So Deep Within You." Justin Hayward provides the lion's share of ear-tickling moments with pretty folk-rock tunes such as "Never Comes the Day" and "Are you Sitting Comfortably," while the most adventurous piece "Have you Heard/The Voyage" extends over three discrete tracks, featuring complex instrumental passages and lush harmonies. THRESHOLD doesn't come off as an attempt to cater to the mainstream, it's just a more song-based, less exotic recording than its predecessors.
Professional Reviews
Uncut (p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[The album deserves] a prominent place in the pantheon of British prog/pscyh classics."

Mojo (Publisher) (9/00, p.121) - "...They Gregorian chanted as well as the Yardbirds, they structured their song cycles wonderfully, they made better use of the Mellotron than anyone, and nobody sang daft lyrics more beautifully..."
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