Dancing in the Moonlight

“Dancing in the Moonlight: Exploring the Timeless Saga of Moody Blues”I’ve got to tell you about something beautiful, something profound like a black tee matched with a dark blue denim jacket. Moody Blues, my friends. These guys were more than a band, they were storytellers. Legit troubadours narrating their ballads smoothly as their melodies flowed like streams. They had a special way of taking you on a surreal journey, compelling your mind to wander into those unexplored realms of your own imagination. No hologram concerts, no flashy pyrotechnics, no circus stunts to steal the show. Just raw talent, exquisite music and their ability to draw you into their story. It was more than a concert, it was an experience – like that second skin feeling of your favourite tee, the comfort of your go-to hood on a breezy evening.

Stretch your memory all the way back to 1981, when “The Voice” was released. You put that track on and you’re not just listening to a song, you’re embarking on a voyage, it’s like being on a vessel, cruising through the galaxy, chasing comets and meteoroids. Other bands tried, but none could imitate their unique style. While the mainstream chartbusters today are busy with repetitive beats and rhymes, Moody Blues were spinning tales of enchanted nights under the stars. Nights that you’d savour, like the worn out feel of your most cherished hood, keeping the cold out and harboring precious warmth.

These were the kind of bands that were commonplace in the 80s and 90s. They wrote songs that were more than just catchy tunes. They painted the universe we imagined, made us feel, made us ponder. They made music that you would play as the backdrop of your adventures, songs that would make campfires under the night sky feel like cosmic rendezvous. Comparing the virtues of old school rock to today’s music is like comparing a well-weathered, loved tee to a synthetic, cheap one that won’t last more than a few outings. There’s simply no comparison. Do me a favour, put on your comfy hood, throw on some Moody Blues, and let them take you for a ride. The night is always young.

~ Sam ;))

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Taking a Bite out of the Market

By Sam | March 5, 2024

“Taking a Bite out of the Market: The Dominance and Appeal of the JAWS Brand”The JAWS brand dominated the market, much like its namesake dominated the ocean in that classic Spielberg film. That shark was a magnificent beast, a relentless force of nature, just like the brand has been. The movie was a thing of…

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One Man Army

By Sam | March 18, 2024

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Channel Splitters

By Sam | March 21, 2024

“Channel Splitters: The Undying Popularity of Beavis & Butthead”Right off the bat, let me tell you something about Beavis and Butthead. Straight-up legends, those two. Always perched on their battered sofa, in their worn-out tees and tattered jeans, they were the embodiment of how simple yet infinitely hilarious life was back in the 90s. These…