Seventh Sojourn is the eighth (seventh with the "classic" lineup) album by the Moody Blues, released in 1972. The opening track, Mike Pinder's "Lost in a Lost World" laments the brutality of revolution and references racial tension. Several songs contain overt political references. You and Me," like "Question" from two years earlier, alludes to ongoing wars and conflicts, including Vietnam
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Seventh Sojourn, released in 1972, is the eighth album by The Moody Blues. In Seventh Sojourn, The Moody Blues used, besides the Mellotron, a keyboard called the Chamberlin, a device similar to the Mellotron created by the original inventor of the device, Harry Chamberlin. It could simulate orchestral sounds more realistically and easily than the Mellotron. As this album proved difficult to record, with a 1973 follow-up quickly shelved after inception, the group decided to go on hiatus after their tour of Asia in 1974, before reuniting for Octave in 1977 and its subsequent tour. Tracklisting: 1. Lost In A Lost World (4:42) 2. New Horizons (5:11) 3. For My Lady (3:58) 4. Isn't It Strange (6:07) 5. You And Me (4:20) 6. The Land Of Make Believe (4:52) 7. When You're A Free Man (6:06) 8. I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) (4