Seventh Sojourn (180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl/Limited Edition)


(as of Dec 22,2018 18:55:25 UTC – Details)

Seventh Sojourn was a huge multi-platinum smash for The Moody Blues and a stellar example of how important their symphonic progressive rock sound was for the fans of this legendary English quintet. Although 4 decades young, the album stands as a modern day classic. Out of print on vinyl for years, Seventh Soujourn was impeccably mastered from the original Threshold Records tapes onto 180 gram vinyl and packaged in a gatefold jacket with the original full color album art unavailable since the original 1972 release.

Moody Blues – Seventh Sojourn LP Rock Clock


(as of Nov 21,2018 10:50:15 UTC – Details)

Custom hand made clocks fabricated from your favorite artist’s 12″ vinyl LPs. These are created by me which makes them rare, there will only be as many as I make depending on how many copies of the particular LP I come across that I will do this to, (maybe only ONE!!). This one is the Moody Blues’ 1972 release “Seventh Sojourn” on the Threshold label. Displays beautifully.Rock Clock the ORIGINAL vinyl record clock, est. 1999
12″ Vinyl LP wall clock.
Runs on 1 “AA” Battery (Not Included)
Easy clean/low fingerprint finish.

LP Bonus Pack: Days of Future Passed / Seventh Sojourn


(as of Oct 15,2018 04:48:11 UTC – Details)

This LP Bonus Pack includes two classic albums from The Moody Blues on the original Deram and Threshold labels. Both albums are individually packaged with all original artwork. Not a reissue — these are the real deals! DAYS TRACKS: The Day Begins · Dawn Is a Feeling · Another Morning · Peak Hour · Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?) · The Sunset: Twilight Time · Nights in White Satin. SOJOURN TRACKS: Lost in a Lost World · New Horizons · For My Lady · Isn’t Life Strange · You and Me · The Land of Make-Believe · When You’re a Free Man · I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band).

Seventh Sojourn [LP]


(as of Oct 03,2018 08:33:24 UTC – Details)

L Seventh Sojourn is the eighth album by The Moody Blues, released in 1972. Several songs contain overt political references. “You and Me,” like “Question” from two years earlier, alludes to ongoing wars and conflicts, including Vietnam. However, although the album showcases political concerns, in the 1990 documentary The Moody Blues: Legend of a Band, bassist John Lodge described “I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)” as a response to fans who mistakenly read guru-like wisdom into the Moodies’ lyrics. Instrumentally, singer/keyboardist Mike Pinder, in addition to the Mellotron, used a similar keyboard device called the Chamberlin.Shrink-wrapped