On the Threshold of a Dream is the fourth album by The Moody Blues, released in April 1969 on the Deram label.
Like the band's preceding two albums, On the Threshold of a Dream follows a concept. It explores dreams, especially on the second side, which climaxes with the "Voyage" suite, inspired in part by Richard Strauss's Also sprach Zarathrustra. The piece, by Mike Pinder, features mellotron orchestration and flute.
The album begins with a poem accompanied by electronic sounds, and these sounds also appear at the close of the album - most vinyl pressings of the album continue the sounds into the album's run-out groove, causing them to play continuously until the record player's tonearm is lifted.
A1. In The Beginning
A2. Lovely To See You
A3. Dear Diary
A4. Send Me No Wine
A5. To Share Our Love
A6. So Deep Within You
B1. Never Comes The Day
B2. Lazy Day
B3. Are You Sitting Comfortably?
B4. The Dream
B5. Have You Heard (Part I)
B6. The Voyage
B7. Have You Heard (Part II)
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Barcode 6 02567 22635 2
Label Code LC 01846
Rights Society BIEM SDRM
Matrix / Runout 6722635-A 167118E1/A1
Matrix / Runout 6722635-B 167118E2/A1
Record Company Universal International Music B.V.
Phonographic Copyright (p) Universal Music Operations Ltd.
Copyright (c) Universal Music Operations Ltd.
Pressed By GZ Media
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