Blue Jays

Blue Jays

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by Justin Hayward & John Lodge

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Polydor / Umgd


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Performance Credits

Justin Hayward & John Lodge   Primary Artist
Justin Hayward   Guitar,Vocals,Track Performer
John Lodge   Bass,Vocals,Track Performer
Jim Cockney   Violin
Kirk Duncan   Piano
Mark Singer   Drums
Tom Tompkins   Cello,Viola
Graham Deakin   Drums
Tim Tompkins   Cello
Jim Cockey   Violin

Technical Credits

Eric Stewart   Engineer
10cc   Producer
Tony Clarke   Producer
Walter Donaldson   Composer
Del Newman   Orchestral Arrangements
Derek Varnals   Engineer
Dave Baker   Engineer
John Tracy   Liner Notes

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Blue Jays [Bonus Track] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album should be in every Moody Blues fan's collection. When I got this album back in 1975 it really filled the space between Seventh Sojourn and Octave. Everyone got the play on words in the title, the two Moody Blue Jays being Justin & John. And contrary to the impression given by Bruce Eder's All Music Guide review, Blue Jays is not a Justin album with John tacked on. It is a genuine collaboration, with Moody Blues producer Tony Clarke at the helm. (See the notes in the booklet for the 1987 CD release.) Check out the mid-70s solo efforts by the other Moodies too, there's some good stuff there!