Aloha oe, Ray Thomas.
And thank you for forming one of my most favorite bands. Actually, thank you for being one of my father’s favorite bands. I first heard the Moody Blues because he used to play your earlier albums.
Music sure has changed since the Moody Blues helped to shape –– I was about to say, “what we listened to when I was growing up.” But people didn’t even listen much to the Moody Blues even then.
I won’t fling any poop. My addiction to music hasn’t diminished. I still devour all kinds. I might just say that you and your flute, and a song like “And the Tide Rushes In” – it’s the signal through the noise.