Moody blues seventh sojourn

On Friday, the . Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, by a 4-to-3 margin, that Dassey's confession was not coerced. "The state courts' finding that Dassey's confession was voluntary was not beyond fair debate, but we conclude it was reasonable," the court's decision stated .

With the formation of the classic lineup in 1966, featuring Ray Thomas, Mike Pinder, Graeme Edge, John Lodge and Justin Hayward, the band worked with producer Tony Clarke to record the landmark concept album Days Of Future Passed . The record mixed symphonic orchestrations with a psychedelic rock band singing soaring melodies, spawned the hit single “Nights In White Satin,” and is considered one of the very first progressive rock albums. 

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