NIWS

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NIWSNights in White Satin (Moody Blues song)
NIWSNational Institute of Watersports (Panaji, Goa, India)
NIWSNational Institute for Workplace Safety (Longwood, FL)
NIWSNew Intelligent Workstation Systems Co. Ltd. (Japan)
NIWSNATO Intelligence Warning System
NIWSNorthern Ireland Water Service (now Northern Ireland Water; UK)
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The song in question is Nights In White Satin from The Moody Blues album Days Of Future Passed, which was released over 50 years ago.
"I'll be doing at least two songs from that album - Tuesday Afternoon and Nights In White Satin,'' says Justin.
Those amazing songs includes what many consider the finest song ever written, namely "Nights In White Satin".
We look at how Tony and the Moody's created Progressive Rock, and how "Nights In White Satin" has helped to create the legacy for this greatly missed musician/producer.
They have sold more than 55 million albums worldwide and accrued 18 platinum discs, with their hits including Nights In White Satin and Go Now.
Summary: X Factor winner Matt Cardle performed Britney Spears' Baby One More Time and Nights in White Satin for thousands of fans in London
The Blues swept through timeless hits like Nights in White Satin, Tuesday Afternoon, Questions and I'm A Singer (in a rock and roll band) and were given a standing ovation for a professional, high quality performance.
Highlights are R&B rabble rouser It Don't Come Easy (a far cry from the Ringo original), a bluesy stroll through Moody Blues hallmark Nights In White Satin, and a live version of Pete Townshend's Love Reign O'er Me, the song that sparked the entire set.
To a Spanish language version of "Nights in White Satin" and dressed in a vivid white satin shirt, Eldredge danced with a passion and pliancy that showed just what made him a world champion and six-time U.S.
NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN: White Room's bedroom collection marries traditional vitues with a modern slant
The eponymous Moody Blues song "Nights in White Satin," especially its moving instrumental passage, is strongly reminiscent of the uniqueness of a certain moment and also echoes certain dreams.
It's 42 years since the Moodies signed their first contract with Decca and 40 years since Justin Hayward joined, changing the band's musical direction and going on to pen their most famous hit, the two-million-selling single Nights In White Satin.