Blue World" is a 1983 single by The Moody Blues written by Justin Hayward. It was first released as single in August 1983, and was later released on the album The Present. Blue World" was one of three singles from The Present, with the others being "Sitting at the Wheel" and "Running Water. Blue World" also referenced two earlier Moody Blues songs, "The Voice" and "Fly Me High". Blue World" was a moderate success for The Moody Blues in the .
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Blue World is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by THE MOODY BLUES (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1983 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Moody Blues Out Of This World vinyl LP album record UK NE1051 K-TEL 1979.
The Moody Blues may have delivered a tally of three top ten hits and nine top 40 appearances in their native UK, but especially in their second incarnation as a conceptual album rock outfit, they were always more than a singles band. On 20 August 1983, on the eve of release of their 11 th studio album The Present, they entered the UK singles countdown with its lead track ‘Blue World. It remains their most recent top 40 single in their own country. Also boasting the distinction of being the Moody Blues’ first 12-inch single in the UK, ‘Blue World’ reached No. 62 in America. On that side of the Atlantic, the band had one of their finest commercial and creative achievements still to come, when ‘Your Wildest Dreams’ climbed to No. 9 on the Hot 100 in 1986; inexplicably, this landmark in the group’s later history failed to chart in the UK at all. ‘Blue World’ is on The Present, which can be bought here.
The Moody Blues, London Festival Orchestra & Peter Knight. The Moody Blues & New World Philharmonic. I Know You're Out There Somewhere. 17 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes.
2008 reissue of their Moody Blues first seven album releases, each with bonus content. The flow of this album is unlike anything recorded in that year-even "Sgt. had not reached this level of sound and concept. Of all the Moody Blues, Lodge seems like the one who always most enjoyed rocking out; and this song has a fine, down-to-earth quality to it. Lodge's voice has an urgency that lends itself well to rock-and-roll, and "Peak Hour" shows all the band members mixing it up well.
|A1||Night In White Satin|
|A3||Ride My See Saw|
|A5||The Story In Your Eyes|
|A6||Isn't Life Strange|
|A7||Steppin' In A Slide Zone|
|B1||I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)|
|B2||Voices In The Sky|
|B4||Eyes Of A Child|
|B7||Lovely To See You|
|NE 1051||The Moody Blues||Out Of This World (LP, Comp)||K-Tel||NE 1051||UK||1979|
|NE 1051||The Moody Blues||Out Of This World (LP, Comp, Dam)||K-Tel||NE 1051||UK||1979|
|CE 2051||The Moody Blues||Out Of This World (Cass, Comp, Whi)||K-Tel||CE 2051||UK||1979|
|CE 2051||The Moody Blues||Out Of This World (Cass, Comp, Bla)||K-Tel||CE 2051||UK||1979|
|NE 1051||The Moody Blues||Out Of This World (LP, Comp, Orl)||K-Tel||NE 1051||UK||1979|