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Location: Southern England. Songwriter, Moving Mountains and View From The Hill are my fav JH solo albums and for me the most consistent song wise sorry if this goes a bit off thread topic The thing to me re the individual Moodies on ALL of their solo albums except Graeme Edge who went into heavier rock on his two sets is you get 'Moodies' style numbers that the group could have recorded and truly 'solo' numbers not much like the band's style - indeed one flaw from 'Octave' onwards I felt was a few 'non Moodies' style solo tracks began appearing - like say 'Top Rank Suite' and Ray's 'Im Your Man' on 'Octave' that seemed strongly to be solo numbers 'shoehorned in' to cover Mike's lack of new material and possibly others not being properly ready to do a Moodies album at that time despite what the public were told Post Mike and with Patrick essentially frozen out of the composing bar one co-write in they had to both include the odd 'solo' track plus as Ray and Graeme also were phased out in the polydor era we began getting a few 'fillers' penned by Hayward-Lodge simply to fill up Moodies albums i.
While Ray after being absent for two albums came back briefly featured on 'Keys' Graeme had by then been phased out for drum programming and Patrick dismissed so it was really from in fact Justin and John as The group Last edited: Jan 23, BilloJan 23, I may owe Songwriter another listen.
I listened to it once when I first got it long ago and it didn't grab me. Though I did think the version of Raised on Love that Justin recorded live in the 90s was nice.
The album version, if I recall, included a choir of children, which I thought made it a little cheesy.
I'll admit I haven't delved deep into the solo careers of the other Moodies. And his 10, Light Years Ago album was better than I thought it would be. BilloJan 24, Location: San Marcos, CA. Before I really knew who Steve Hoffman was or knew Album) about mastering techniques, I knew this CD sounded amazing and was something truly special. Location: Massacusetts. No filler on this one gents! This one was good enough to make me stop pining for new Moody Blues product.
I dare say in competition for the worst solo Moody release ever And that is a mouthful when you consider that it's comparing to Lodge and Pinder crap. Even the dog album Natural Avenue may be better. But one lp that got my attention was the solo that hasn't been mentioned in this thread so far-Classic Blue, released in I remember Justin talking about this, and IIRC it was in the Moodies fanzine "Higher and Higher", that when the band was traveling around in the late 60's and listening to the radio was that there were a number of songs that he liked.
And later thought about doing his version of those songs on an lp. I don't remember the other Moodies having an opinion on this, I would tend to think probably not. I love the updated version of Forever Autumn. And then there is seconds of Stairway To Heaven.
The other songs are great as well, such as Bright Eyes. This lp might not be everyone's cup of tea but I love it! Just played it a few days ago. LP CollectorJan 24, Justin Hayward - Moving Mountains. Location: USA. Songwriter is my favorite. It's also the purest representation of Justin as a solo artist, as it was created when the Moodies where finished as a going concern the "hiatus" narrative is revisionism.
View From The Album) is the runner up. And, Maybe - Justin Hayward, not a solo album by any means, but a compilation of Justin's tunes plus Dawn Is A Feeling from the Core Seven albums makes for an enjoyable listen.
Last edited: Jan 26, Fred68Jan 26, BilloJan 26, LP CollectorJan 26, John spoke of getting up to use the mens room on their private plane I think that aspect got to both Beatles and Moodies members more than anything Justin said how vast success had actually made their world shrink, they ended up retreating to Mike's studio in his converted garage to begin 'Seventh Sojourn' As with The Beatles earlier in by The Moody Album) had become such a big thing it was taking on a life of it's own and was too massive a concern for their creative processes to flower as before - they had struggled through 'Sojourn' as The Beatles had the 'White Album' Graeme said that he never listened to 'Sojourn' for ages as it was just too painful a memory re the stresses and strain of it's recording An abortive attempt to begin a follow up to 'Sojourn' in saw them cut Justin's song 'Island' which even in it's unfinished state sounds superb to me hinting at what might have been.
Location: Davis, CA. MusicianJan 26, Location: Louisville, KY. As a long-time fan, it's tough to pick out the best JH Maybe - Justin Hayward album.
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