Patrick Moraz: Future Memories Live on TV Trailer

Patrick Moraz: Future Memories Live on TV Trailer (1994)

01 January 1994

In this collection, prog rock keyboardist Patrick Moraz -- best known for his associations with Yes and the Moody Blues -- appears in two complete performances recorded live in 1979 and 1984: Future Memories Live on TV and Future Memories II. Highlights include renditions of "Metamorphoses," "Eastern Sundays," "Black Silk" and "Flippers," plus a 2006 interview conducted by radio disc jockey Jon Kirkman.

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