I started researching other bands from that era, and when I saw the name The Moody Blues, I figured that I'd give them a shot.
After checking out their discography, I decided that their 1967 album Days Of Future Passed might be a bit too much to start with since it was recorded with an orchestra, so I bumped thing out a year, and looked up their In Search Of The Last Chord album from '68.
I really didn't know what to expect here, but as we started to get into Ride My See-Saw I was getting really excited over what I was finding. The rest of the album didn't hit me as hard as that one song, but there was still something there that kind of kept my interest, so I revisited it off and on..and while it didn't completely grow on me like some of the other classic bands of the time, this is still a fun album to spin every once in a while.
While I was out visiting some local stores last Fall, I spotted the record in the racks and for six dollars, I added it to the slowly growing collection for the late 60's.