- The Voice (The Moody Blues song)
Name = The Voice
The Moody Blues
from Album =
Long Distance Voyager
Released = July 1981
B-side = "22,000 Days"
Recorded = 1980
Length = 5:16
Last single = "
This single = "The Voice"
Next single = "
Talking Out of Turn"
"The Voice" is the second single released from
The Moody Blues' 1981 release, " Long Distance Voyager". The song continued the success of previous single " Gemini Dream", becoming a Top 40 hit on the pop charts and topping the Mainstream Rock Chart. It has a mystical-sounding intro and the song has an urgent, jaunty feel to it. It was severely edited for single release.
Justin Hayward: electric and acoustic guitars, lead vocals
* John Lodge: bass guitar, backing vocals
Patrick Moraz: keyboards, synthesizers
Ray Thomas: backing vocals
Graeme Edge: drums, percussion
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