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The Moody Blues


Crossover Prog

3.32 | 215 ratings

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3 stars Long Distance Voyager sees the Moodies return to form, some contemporary eigthies influences are incorporated in their music, but the music can compete with what they did in the late sixties and early seventies. Their style hasn't altered much, still soft lush arangements, with great vocal harmonies and steadily flowing soft pop-rock with a symphonic orchestrated foundation, and soft background keyboards, this time provided by Patrick Moraz.

With this Album the Moodies proofed they still had it in them to write catchie melodic songs, and if you like their earlier 'classic' albums than this surely will be an enjoyable album to get. Not the album to start with, hence only three stars, but good enough for me. Enjoy.


DeathRow | 3/5 |


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