Top Songs By Moody Scott. 1. Bust Out Of The Ghetto (We Gotta). 2. I Don't Dig No Phony Part 2. Moody Scott. 535. 3. I Don't Dig No Phoney, Part 1. 81. 4. I'll Find My Sunshine. 61. 5. Groovin' Out On Life. May I Turn You On.
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On the Threshold of a Dream is the fourth album by the Moody Blues, released in April 1969 on the Deram label. The album begins with a poem accompanied by electronic sounds, and these sounds also appear at the close of the album – most vinyl pressings of the album continue the sounds into the album's run-out groove, causing them to play continuously until the record player's tonearm is lifted. Tape and CD album versions employ a slow fade.
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|A||May I Turn You On
Written-By – Moody Scott, Tim Drummond
|B||We Gotta Save It
Written-By – Bobby Charles
- Record Company – J. R. Enterprises, Inc.
- Produced For – J. R. Enterprises, Inc.
- Published By – Grand Teton Music
- Published By – Cape Ann Music
- Arranged By [Horns And Big Voices] – Bergin White* (tracks: B)
- Arranged By [Horns] – Pee Wee Ellis (tracks: A)
- Producer – John Richbourg (tracks: B), Tim Drummond (tracks: A)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 77-125 Mono
- Matrix / Runout: 77-126 Mono
- Rights Society: BMI
|77-109||Moody Scott||May I Turn You On (7", Promo)||Seventy Seven Records||77-109||US||1977|