The Moodies hit their stride with a memorable fourth album in the final year of the 1960s.
It was the ABBA singer's second English language album, and eighth overall.
The group's 1972 preview of their upcoming 'Seventh Sojourn' was one of their finest hours.
The release is Hayward's first solo studio material since the widely-praised 2013 album 'Spirits of the Western Sky. '
The group’s destiny turned in a new direction with their January 1968 UK chart entry.
The 10cc vocalist-songwriter's resumé stretches even further than that cherished band’s exemplary pop and album rock.
'Seventh Sojourn' was a record full of classic Moodies songs, and it was America’s favourite album for five weeks.
The show is the latest in the company's series of anniversary events, releases and more that have run throughout 2019.
It was no instant success, but gradually, the group's new marriage of pop and orchestral ingredients began to turn heads.
On 23 September 1978, the Mercury single replaced the Commodores' 'Three Times A Lady' at No. 1 in the UK.
The album was released during the group's five-year hiatus that followed 1972's Seventh Sojourn and before the reunion that led to Octave in 1978.
'A Question Of Balance' included the big hit 'Question,' as 1970 saw the Moodies go from strength to strength.
The song hit the UK chart on 20 August 1983, on the eve of the band's 11th studio album 'The Present.'
In the summer of 1971, the band topped the British charts with an album that contained no chart singles at all.
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