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Blue Jays is a 1975 album by Justin Hayward and John Lodge. It was recorded and released during the Moody Blues' five-year hiatus. During work on the Moody Blues album that was to follow Seventh Sojourn, bandmates Lodge, Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas and Graeme Edge summoned Hayward and producer Tony Clarke out of a recording session to call off the project. The tension-fraught recording of Seventh Sojourn and subsequent world tour had left the band exhausted and relationships frayed

Written-By – Justin Hayward. 2. Remember Me (My Friend). Written-By – John Lodge, Justin Hayward. Arranged By – Peter Knight (5)Conductor – Peter Knight (5)Written-By – John Lodge. 10. When You Wake Up.

Justin Hayward and John Lodge were the guitarist and bassist, respectively, for UK-based band The Moody Blues. During the band's mid-'70s hiatus, Hayward and Lodge recorded one album together.

Justin Hayward & John Lodge - Blue Jays - Original Vinyl Album + Inner 1st Press. Hayward and Lodge display the full force of their classic harmonies one last time as the album fades to a glorious conclusion. The CD version of the album includes "Blue guitar" as an extra track. This was recorded by Justin Hayward assisted by 10CC, and released as a single under the "Blue Jays" name.

It's only Justin Hayward & John Lodge, writing every song. It's still Moody Blues, but one of my favs! This should have had air play in the US. Well, one of them did, the best one "I Dreamed Last Night. In MONO! Geez, anyway, the band was finally through with their sold out, nine month tour and wanted rest! Right, they couldn't stand it, So Justin & John did Blue Jays. Mike Pender did "The Promise," very dark, yet absolutely fabulous. Unfortunately the album was overlooked by the public in general and the band eventually re-formed and still tours- I saw them at Bethel Wood (site of the original Woodstock) in 2011. So this album is often overlooked and that is a shame. If you like the Moodies this will be an enjoyable album and complete your collection.

They were eventually replaced by vocalist/guitarist Justin Hayward and bass player John Lodge. This led to the golden era of the band's existence, the seven-album period beginning with 1967's Days of Future Passed and ending with 1972's Seventh Sojourn. That would be the album Blue Jays, released in 1975 by Moody members Justin Hayward & John Lodge. What happened was that by the time Seventh Sojourn was released, there was enough tension happening within the Moodys that everyone agreed they needed a break. During the period that followed, Mike Pinder moved to America, and invited Justin Hayward to work on a project with him.

Justin Hayward in 2017. Background information. Justin David Hayward. 1946-10-14) 14 October 1946 (age 72) Swindon, Wiltshire England, United Kingdom. Bassist John Lodge replaced temporary deputy Rod Clarke, who had stood in for departed bassist Clint Warwick at the same time. After beginning by singing the old blues-inspired repertoire of the Moody Blues' 1964–1965 era, Hayward's initial artistic contribution to the Moody Blues was his song "Fly Me High", which was a Decca single early in 1967. Hayward also co-wrote with Ray Thomas album tracks "Visions of Paradise", "Are You Sitting Comfortably", "Watching and Waiting", and, much later, "Never Blame the Rainbows for the Rain", plus he later co-wrote many songs with John Lodge for the Moody Blues, notably "Gemini Dream" (a US chart hit), "Meet Me Halfway", "Talkin' Talkin'", "Want to Be With You", "Once is Enough"