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"For My Lady" is one of Ray Thomas's better known songs for the Moody Blues, along with "Legend of a Mind", and "Veteran Cosmic Rocker." It prominently features Ray Thomas on the flute and lead vocals.Due to the complex nature of the song's recording, The Moody Blues can only perform the song live when they are backed by a live orchestra, since Ray Thomas cannot sing and play the flute at the same time.Mangione re-recorded the tune (as a slow ballad, and with lyrics sung by Don Potter) for his 1982 album 70 Miles Young.

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Howard Kaylan said: Elenore was a parody of "Happy Together." It was never intended to be a straight-forward song.It was meant as an anti-love letter to White Whale [Records], who were constantly on our backs to bring them another "Happy Together." So I gave them a very skewed version.Not only with the chords changed, but with all these bizarre words. Truthfully, though, the production on "Elenore" WAS so damn good.The composition uses many progressive and unconventional musical effects.The ping sound heard at the beginning of the song was created as the result of an experiment at the very beginning of the Meddle sessions.

Howard Kaylan said: Elenore was a parody of "Happy Together." It was never intended to be a straight-forward song.It was meant as an anti-love letter to White Whale [Records], who were constantly on our backs to bring them another "Happy Together." So I gave them a very skewed version.Not only with the chords changed, but with all these bizarre words. Truthfully, though, the production on "Elenore" WAS so damn good.The composition uses many progressive and unconventional musical effects.The ping sound heard at the beginning of the song was created as the result of an experiment at the very beginning of the Meddle sessions.It went on to receive three Grammy nominations for Flack: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female."Feels So Good" is the title of a 1978 instrumental by the American flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione.