Vinyl LP pressing. Seventh Sojourn is the eighth 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. However, although the album showcases political concerns, in the 1990 documentary The Moody Blues: Legend of a Band, bassist John Lodge described "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" as a response to fans who mistakenly read guru-like wisdom into the Moodies' lyrics. Instrumentally, singer/keyboardist Mike Pinder, in addition to the Mellotron, used a similar keyboard device called the Chamberlin.
1.1 Lost in a Lost World 1.2 New Horizons 1.3 For My Lady 1.4 Isn't Life Strange 2.1 You and Me 2.2 The Land of Make Believe 2.3 When You're a Free Man 2.4 I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)