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Appearances Albums Singles Various Refers
THOMAS Ray
(fl,voc,hca)

Personal Data:

Born: 29.12.1942 (Stourton-on-Severn, GB)
Died: 04.01.2018
THOMAS Ray (photo)

Appearances:

5/64-cca 6/74 The Moody Blues
1977-cca 7/81 The Moody Blues

Albums Discography:

#TitleRelease DateLabelTypeUKUSA
1.From Mighty Oaks
produced by: Tony Clark
featuring: Mike Silver (g), B.J.Cole (g), Mike Moran (p), Nicky James (voc), Trev Jones (bg), John Jones (g), Dave Potts (ds)
18.07.1975Threshold23
2.Hopes, Wishes And Dreams04.06.1976Threshold

Singles Discography:

#SP/EP TitleRelease DateLabelUKUSA
1.High Above My Head / Love Is The Key11.07.1975Threshold
2.Hopes07.05.1976Threshold

Various:

appeared on the LP:

Graeme Edge: Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (29.8.75, Threshold)

Press References:

Melody Maker
YearIssueDatePageColumnType
19752812.07.197550interview
19753026.07.197522Albumsalbum review
19763131.07.197621New Albumsalbum review
New Musical Express
YearIssueDatePageColumnType
1975002.08.19758Thrills
1975009.08.197517Plattersalbum review