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  1. “Long Distance Voyager” is the tenth studio album of The Moody Blues and was released in The line up on the album is Justin Hayward, Patrick Moraz, Ray Thomas, John Lodge and Graeme Edge. The album had also the participation of B. J. Cole, Pip Williams, Dave Symonds and The New World Philharmonic Orchestra.
  2. Long Distance Voyager is the 10th album by The Moody Blues, first released in May on the group's Threshold record label. It was the group's first album featuring keyboardist Patrick Moraz (who previously had worked with bands such as Refugee and Yes) in place of co-founder Mike Pinder, who left after Octave in /5().
  3. Progressive rock bands stumbled into the '80s, some with the crutch of commercial concessions under one arm, which makes the Moody Blues' elegant entrance via Long Distance Voyager all the more impressive. Ironically enough, this was also the only album that the group ever got to record at their custom-designed Threshold Studio, given to them by Decca Records head Sir Edward Lewis in the .
  4. The Moody Blues show they have a place in the s, with this magnificent album Long Distance Vogager, released in Their 2nd album, since their sabbatical in and their first since 's Octave, The Moody Blues updated their sound in the s, thanks to former Yes keyboard player Patrick Moraz's synthesisers, replacing the Reviews:
  5. Jun 16,  · kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo#Original_track_listing Side One 1. "The Voice" (Justin Hayward) – (lead singer: Justin Hayward) 2.
  6. Moody Blues Long Distance Voyager Gemini Dream (Justin Hayward/John Lodge) Long time no see Short time for you and me So fine, so good We're on the road LIke you knew we would First night, so long A state of mind What can go wrong We're here, the time is right To rock 'n' roll Right throough the night Make it work out Make it work Make it work.
  7. Long Distance Voyager is the tenth album by the Moody Blues, first released in May on the group's Threshold record label. It was the group's first album featuring keyboardist Patrick Moraz (who previously had worked with bands such as Refugee and Yes) in place of co-founder Mike Pinder, who left after Octave in Upon release in , Long Distance Voyager became the Moody Blues.
  8. The Paperback of the Long Distance Voyagers: The Story of The Moody Blues Volume 1 ( - ) by Marc Cushman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

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