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Album: Sur la Mer
# Song Title   Time
1)    I Know You're Out There Somewhere Album Version More Info... 6:37
2)    Want To Be With You More Info... 4:48
3)    River Of Endless Love More Info... 4:45
4)    No More Lies More Info... 5:15
5)    Here Comes The Weekend More Info... 4:14
6)    Vintage Wine More Info... 3:38
7)    Breaking Point More Info... 4:55
8)    Miracle More Info... 4:55
9)    Love Is On The Run More Info... 5:03
10)    Deep More Info... 6:51
 

Album: Sur la Mer
# Song Title   Time
1)    I Know You're Out There Somewhere Album Version More Info... 6:37
2)    Want To Be With You More Info... 4:48
3)    River Of Endless Love More Info... 4:45
4)    No More Lies More Info... 5:15
5)    Here Comes The Weekend More Info... 4:14
6)    Vintage Wine More Info... 3:38
7)    Breaking Point More Info... 4:55
8)    Miracle More Info... 4:55
9)    Love Is On The Run More Info... 5:03
10)    Deep More Info... 6:51
 
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Tracks

1. I Know You're Out There Somewhere

2. Want To Be With You

3. River Of Endless Love

4. No More Lies

5. Here Comes The Weekend

6. Vintage Wine

7. Breaking Point

8. Miracle

9. Love Is On The Run

10. Deep

Performer Notes
  • The Moody Blues: Justin Haywood (vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming); John Lodge (vocals, keyboards, bass, programming); Patrick Moraz (keyboards); Graeme Edge (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Tony Visconti (programming).
  • Recorded at Good Earth Studios, Soho, London, England.
  • Personnel: Justin Hayward (vocals, guitar, keyboards); John Lodge (vocals, keyboards); Patrick Moraz (keyboards); Graeme Edge (drums); Tony Visconti (programming).
  • Audio Mixer: Tony Visconti.
  • Recording information: Good Earth, Soho, London, England.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Graeme Edge.
  • The Moodies' last album of the '80s is very much of its time--its layered synths and drum programming are at times oppressive--but there's more than enough of the band's trademark lush romantic melodicism to compensate. The big hit here is the opening "I Know You're Out There Somewhere," one of singer/guitarist Justin Hayward's best wistful romantic plaints. Other highlights include "Vintage Wine," a catchy bit of '60s nostalgia with a singalong chorus; "Miracle," in which the band attempts to get funky ala Phil Collins; and "Here Comes the Weekend," which has a sound reminiscent of early '70s glam rock and represents the closest the Moodies have ever gotten to an all-out party anthem.
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