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"Go Now" was made popular internationally later in 1964 when an English beat group from Birmingham named The Moody Blues recorded it, with Denny Laine on guitar and lead vocals. When Denny Laine first heard Bessie Banks's version, he immediately told the rest of the band that they needed to record the song. The song reached number one in the UK in late-January 1965 and number ten in the US. A short film clip used to promote the single used… read more

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  • Avatar for marjo47
    Good one maybe not bluesy but good though.
  • Avatar for silversurfer250
    Could this be the only "bluesy" number they had? Funny how things changed...for the better!
  • Avatar for robertwneal
    Pre Lodge and Hayward tune. This is when it all began for their 'long journey'.
  • Avatar for sofielio
    Even though it is so different to what came after, love the sound of this song.
  • Avatar for lihei
    Greatest piano solo EVER!!
  • Avatar for TribesOfTheMoon
    Great song! I love the deep backing vocals and the piano composition.
  • Avatar for NitaD1
    Great Moody Blues track.
  • Avatar for moonlitenights
    hits home ;(
  • Avatar for robertwneal
    Now that is a 'real' piano they are banging away on way back then. Had this vinyl once upon a time. It had another great tune on it; A'int Necessarily So. BTW Angie Baby, Justin wasn't even in the band back then if I am correct. Justin and John came on aboard when Denny left.
  • Avatar for Angelina56
    The original " Moody Blues" line up including Denny Laine,,,produced an accolade personified !!! xxXXxx. Marymessenger.

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