- Title:Long Distance Voyager
- Style:Art Rock, Pop Rock, Symphonic Rock
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1361 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1194 megabytes
- Size WMA version1747 megabytes
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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 early '70s and built to their specifications, but completed while they were on hiatus and never used by the band until Long Distance Voyager (the preceding album, Octave, having. been recorded in California to accommodate Mike Pinder), before it was destroyed in the wake of Decca's sale to Polygram
Band Name The Moody Blues. Album Name Long Distance Voyager. Erscheinungsdatum 1981. Musik GenrePsychedelic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen5. 2. Talking Out of Turn.
Long Distance Voyager is a music studio album recording by THE MOODY BLUES (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1981 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 1981. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. The Voice (5:18) 2. Talking Out Of Turn (7:18) 3. Gemini Dream (4:07) 4. In My World (7:17) 5. Meanwhile (4:08) 6. 22,000 Days (5:27) 7. Nervous (5:45) 8. Painted Smile (3:18) 9. Reflective Smile (0:37) 10.
Long Distance Voyager is the tenth studio album of The Moody Blues and was released in 1981. 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. The lengthy career of The Moody Blues has come in two distinct phases. The first from 1964-67, when they were a tough R&B influenced band, and the second from 1967 to the present, performing a blend of melodic prog/rock and pop/rock utilizing symphonic themes which has been given.
Long Distance Voyager. Duration: 46:38 Year: 1981. 0:00 ? The Moody Blues albums. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour. A Question of Balance. On the Threshold of a Dream. Days of Future Passed.
The Moodies' 9th album, "Long Distance Voyager" is a pleasant surprise, especially if you're a casual Moody Blues fan who's only familiar with the group's best known work, their original "Core 7" albums of which their fame is based.