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Album: Keys of the Kingdom
# Song Title   Time
1)    Say It With Love More Info... 3:57
2)    Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) More Info... 5:11
3)    Is This Heaven? More Info... 4:05
4)    Say What You Mean Parts I And II More Info... 5:39
5)    Lean On Me (Tonight) More Info... 4:59
6)    Hope And Pray More Info... 5:03
7)    Shadows On The Wall More Info... 5:07
8)    Once Is Enough More Info... 4:04
9)    Celtic Sonant More Info... 5:02
10)    Magic More Info... 5:11
11)    Never Blame The Rainbows For The Rain More Info... 4:58
 

Album: Keys of the Kingdom
# Song Title   Time
1)    Say It With Love More Info... 3:57
2)    Bless The Wings (That Bring You Back) More Info... 5:11
3)    Is This Heaven? More Info... 4:05
4)    Say What You Mean Parts I And II More Info... 5:39
5)    Lean On Me (Tonight) More Info... 4:59
6)    Hope And Pray More Info... 5:03
7)    Shadows On The Wall More Info... 5:07
8)    Once Is Enough More Info... 4:04
9)    Celtic Sonant More Info... 5:02
10)    Magic More Info... 5:11
11)    Never Blame The Rainbows For The Rain More Info... 4:58
 
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  • The Moody Blues: Ray Thomas (vocals, tambourine); Justin Hayward (vocals, guitar); John Lodge (vocals, bass); Graeme Edge (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Jamie Talbot (alto saxophone); Nigel Hitchcock (tenor saxophone); Guy Barker (trumpet); Peter Beachill (trombone); Patrick Moraz (keyboards); Amy Duncan (drums); Bias Boshell, Paul Bliss (programming); Stephen Mear (tap dance sequence); Pro Arte Orchestra Of London.
  • Producers: Christopher Neil, Alan Tarney, Tony Visconti.
  • Engineers: Tony Visconti, Pete Jones, Gerry Kitchingham.
  • Recorded at Olympic Studios, R.G. Jones Studios and The Hit Factory in London, England.
  • Personnel: Jamie Talbot (alto saxophone); Nigel Hitchcock (tenor saxophone); Guy Barker (trumpet); Pete Beachill (trombone); Patrick Moraz (keyboards); Andy Duncan (drums); Bias Boshell (programming, keyboard programming, drum programming); Paul Bliss (keyboard programming, drum programming).
  • Audio Mixers: John Hudson; Tony Visconti.
  • Recording information: Hit Factory, London, England; Olympic Studios, London, England; R.G. Jones Studios, London, England.
  • Illustrator: Satori .
  • Photographers: Brian Aris; Andie Airfix.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: Patrick Moraz; Pro Arte Orchestra .
  • Arranger: Anne Dudley.
  • Released a decade after the Moodies' comeback album LONG DISTANCE VOYAGER, KEYS hammered home the point that the world's oldest art-rock band had no plans to fade away. While VOYAGER added a light '80s production sheen to the group's trademark sound, KEYS finds the group leaping whole-heartedly into state-of-the-art arrangements replete with electronic-sounding percussion, sequencers, and cavernous reverb. "Say What you Mean" even ventures into dance music. This being a Moody Blues album, there are respites like the acoustic-based ballad "Is This Heaven," but the bulk of KEYS is given over to radio-ready power ballads. It's important to remember, though, that these are the guys who invented the power ballad, so they've earned the right to coast on the format for a few songs.
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