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Blue Jays [Remastered]
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Album: Blue Jays [Remastered]
# Song Title   Time
1)    This Morning More Info... 5:57
2)    Remember Me (My Friend) More Info... 5:28
3)    My Brother More Info... 3:28
4)    You More Info... 4:35
5)    Nights Winters Years More Info... 3:38
6)    Saved By The Music More Info... 6:09
7)    I Dreamed Last Night More Info... 4:28
8)    Who Are You Now More Info... 2:30
9)    Maybe More Info... 5:38
10)    When You Wake Up More Info... 5:21
11)    Blue Guitar More Info... 3:38
 

Album: Blue Jays [Remastered]
# Song Title   Time
1)    This Morning More Info... 5:57
2)    Remember Me (My Friend) More Info... 5:28
3)    My Brother More Info... 3:28
4)    You More Info... 4:35
5)    Nights Winters Years More Info... 3:38
6)    Saved By The Music More Info... 6:09
7)    I Dreamed Last Night More Info... 4:28
8)    Who Are You Now More Info... 2:30
9)    Maybe More Info... 5:38
10)    When You Wake Up More Info... 5:21
11)    Blue Guitar More Info... 3:38
 
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Tracks

1. This Morning

2. Rememeber Me (My Friend)

3. My Brother

4. You

5. Nights Winters Years

6. Saved By The Music

7. I Dreamed Last Night

8. Who Are You Know

9. Maybe

10. When You Wake Up

11. Blue Guitar (Bonus Tracks)

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: John Hayward (guitar); Jim Cockey (violin); Tom Tompkins (viola); Tim Tompkins (cello); Kirk Duncan (piano); Graham Deakin (drums).
  • Audio Remasterer: Paschal Byrne.
  • Liner Note Author: Mark Powell.
  • Recording information: Threshold Studios, Decca, London.
  • Illustrator: Phil Travers.
  • The most romantic album to come out of the Moody Blues' orbit, and the biggest success of their five-year hiatus. Hayward has the more distinctive body of songs, but their strength as a unit lies in their vocal pairing, which is as strong here as it ever was with the group. The pair play the guitars and basses, backed by a group that includes members of the Threshold-signed band Providence. Hayward wrote or co-wrote seven of the original album's ten songs, and most of it is fairly impressive as soft romantic rock, although "Nights Winters Years" is a little bit too melodramatic. Lodge has one of the better rockers to come out of the group's orbit, however, in "Saved By the Music," which is also a surprisingly spiritual song. The production by Tony Clarke echoes the best Moody Blues sound. The bonus track, "Blue Guitar," is an added attraction to the CD. ~ Bruce Eder
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