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"Nights in White Satin" is a 1967 single by The Moody Blues, first featured on the album Days of Future Passed.
"Nights In White Satin" was not a popular song when first released, mainly due to its length, which at seven minutes and thirty-eight seconds was longer than the norm at that time. There are two edited versions of the song, both stripped of the orchestra and poetry from the LP version. The first version, with the songwriter's credit shown as "Redwave", was a hasty sounding 3:06 edit of the main song with very noticeable chopped parts. For the second edited version (now credited to Justin Hayward), the main track was kept intact, ending at 4:26.
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