2000 - 2014
* This begins our final thread celebrating 50 years of the Moody Blues. We will include information that we've gathered on the band and their work.
* Underneath the album images in each section, you'll see links to matching discussion threads from our TER archives, which (in some cases) include more info and some of our members' reviews. You can also find links to our Album Lyrics forum, where more info on each album is kept; and occasionally, links to individual song discussion threads.
* We invite our readers to continue sharing here their own memories, impressions, experiences, art works, writings, souvenirs, photos, posters, articles, whatever you have from those particular times that connects your life with the Moody Blues.
* This last period saw an explosion in fandom on the internet, and tours by the band became a bigger focus than actual new Moody Blues recordings, although there were plenty of compilations and a number of DVDs being produced, as well as solo work and releases of early works.
* Bring us your highlights, those memories and memorabilia that stand out to you from this last period.
Moody Blues work included:
* 20th Century Masters (2000)
* Hall Of Fame -- Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2000)
* The Singles (2000)
* Journey Into Amazing Caves -- Justin and John (2001)
* The Collection (2001)
* A Night At Red Rocks Deluxe Edition (2002)
* Say It With Love (2003)
* Gaia -- Various artists including Justin (2003)
* December -- Moodies (2003)
* Ballads -- Compilation (2004)
* Moody Blues Gold -- Compilation (2005)
* Lovely To See You: Live At The Greek (2005)
* Collected (2007)
* Excalibur II -- Various artists including Justin (2007)
* Live at the BBC 1967 - 1970 (2007)
* Playlist Plus (2008)
* Live at the Isle of Wight 1970 (2008)
* Collector's Edition Box Set (2009)
* Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the World Festival Orchestra (2010)
* Icon (2011)
* Nights In White Satin: The Collection (2012)
* Spirits of the Western Sky -- Justin (2013)
TER's Album Information Threads:
During this time:
In 2003, Ray Thomas retired, and the Moody Blues carried on as a core trio of Hayward, Lodge, and Edge.