Live in San Juan Capistrano

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Live in San Juan Capistrano
Live album by Justin Hayward
Released 1998
Recorded April 3 - 4, 1998
Genre Rock
Length 79:13
Label A Nightswood Production
Producer Justin Hayward & Martin Wyatt
Justin Hayward chronology
The View from the Hill
(1996)
Live in San Juan Capistrano
(1998)
Justin Hayward and Friends Sing the Moody Blues Classic Hits
(2003)

Live in San Juan Capistrano is an album released in 1998 by Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues. The live set featured Gordon Marshall, Mickey Féat and Paul Bliss.[1]

The CD is edited, with some songs omitted, though the VHS (1998) / DVD (2002) version of the concert is complete.

CD Track Listing[edit]

All songs written by Justin Hayward unless noted.

  1. "Your Wildest Dreams" - 4:07
  2. "Lost and Found" - 2:59
  3. "The Land of Make-Believe" - 2:25
  4. "Blue Guitar" - 2:29
  5. "Children of Paradise" (Hayward, Mickey Feat) - 3:14
  6. "Troubadour" - 4:03
  7. "The Way of the World" - 4:55
  8. "Forever Autumn" (Wayne, Osborne, Vigrass) - 4:20
  9. "The Actor" - 4:59
  10. "Watching and Waiting" (Hayward, Ray Thomas) - 4:29
  11. "Something to Believe In" (Phil Palmer, Paul Bliss) - 4:10
  12. "Broken Dream" - 6:29
  13. "The Story in Your Eyes" - 5:25
  14. "Billy" - 6:09
  15. "It's Not Too Late" - 4:53
  16. "Tuesday Afternoon" - 4:24
  17. "Nights in White Satin" - 5:23
  18. "Raised on Love" - 4:20

VHS (1998) / DVD (2002) Track Listing[edit]

"Intro"
"Your Wildest Dreams"
"It's Up To You"
"Lost & Found"
"The Land of Make Believe"
"Driftwood"
"Blue Guitar"
"Children of Paradise"
"Troubadour"
"The Way of The World"
"Forever Autumn"
"The Actor"
"The Voice"
"Watching and Waiting"
"Something to Believe In"
"Broken Dream"
"The Story In Your Eyes"
"Billy"
"It's Not Too Late"
"Tuesday Afternoon"
"Nights in White Satin"
"Question"
"Raised on Love"
"Credits"

Personnel[edit]

Justin Hayward: Guitar, Vocals
Mickey Feat: Bass, Vocals
Paul Bliss: Keyboards
Gordon Marshall: Drums, Percussion, Keyboards, Flute

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Justin Hayward: Notes: Discography". Retrieved 19 August 2012.