Moody Blues- Every Good Boy Deserves Favour- Justin Hayward, John Lodge, the late Graeme Edge

Writing on, unabashed Moody Blues partisan Bruce Eder says of their July 1971 release Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (quote), “The best-realized of their classic albums…for the last time with this lineup.” That is high praise indeed, seeing as Every Good Boy Deserves Favour was the Moodies’ seventh album in a string of commercially and critically popular efforts, including Days of Future Passed, On the Threshold of a Dream, and A Question of Balance. Singer/lead guitarist Justin Hayward, singer/bass player John Lodge, and drummer/band co-founder  Graeme Edge, who passed away in November 2021 at the age of 80, take the occasion of Every Good Boy Deserves Favour to share, here In the Studio in  classic rock interviews, insights into some of the Moody Blues’ best of those early years, including “The Story in Your Eyes”, “Our Guessing Game”, and “Emily’s Song” from this UK #1 seller,  #2 US. –Redbeard