Tuesday Afternoon

"Tuesday Afternoon" (sometimes referred to as "Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)", or simply "Forever Afternoon") is a 1968 single by English symphonic rock band The Moody Blues, and presented in its original album form on their 1967 album Days of Future Passed in two parts.

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... Jones—perform the same duties on the opposite shift, beginning at about 430 this afternoon ... On Tuesday, 4 October 1994 at 9 am CDT, STS-68 MCC Status Report # 7 reports STS-68 crew members this morning performed two slight maneuvers to fine tune Endeavour's orbit to mirror its track on ... On Tuesday, 4 October 1994 at 5 pm CDT, STS-68 MCC Status Report # 8 reports Space Radar Laboratory-2 scientists adjusted their observation plans to take advantage of an opportunity to train ...
Tuesday Afternoon - Cover Versions
... player David Lanz recorded an instrumental version of "Tuesday Afternoon" for his album Songs from an English Garden ... Jazz singer Bobbi Wilsyn performs "Tuesday Afternoon" on her album It's About Time ... Northern Soul band The Senate covered "Tuesday Afternoon" on their L.P ...
The Moody Blues - Deram Records, Threshold Records, 1967–1972 - Days of Future Passed
... on the sleeve as "Redwave-Knight", when in fact Hayward wrote "Nights..." and "Tuesday Afternoon", Thomas provided "Another Morning" and "Twilight Time", Lodge penned "Peak Hour" and "Evening (Time To ... from it, "Nights in White Satin" and "Tuesday Afternoon" (as a medley with "Forever Afternoon," listed as "Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)" on the album), took time ... White Satin" only made No.19 on the UK singles chart in early 1968, and "Tuesday Afternoon" didn't chart at all ...

Famous quotes containing the word afternoon:

    In my afternoon walk I would fain forget all my morning occupations and my obligations to society.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)