Peak Hour (The Moody Blues song)
- Peak Hour (The Moody Blues song)
Name = Peak Hour
Artist = The Moody Blues
Album = Days of Future Passed
Released = 10 November 1967
track_no = 4
Recorded = October 1967
Genre = Symphonic rock
Length = 5:33
Writer = John Lodge
Label = Deram Records
Producer = Tony Clarke
Misc = Extra tracklisting
Album = Days of Future Passed
Type = studio
Tracks = ;Side one
#"The Day Begins"
#Dawn: "Dawn is a Feeling"
#The Morning: "Another Morning"
#Lunch Break: "Peak Hour";Side two
- The Afternoon: "Forever Afternoon (Tuesday?)" / "(Evening) Time to Get Away"
#Evening: "The Sunset" / "Twilight Time"
#The Night: "Nights in White Satin"
"Peak Hour" is a song from The Moody Blues 1967 album "Days of Future Passed", a concept album with each song representing a part of the day. "Peak Hour" is featured on the fourth track, which is titled "Lunch Break." "Peak Hour" was written by the Moody Blues' bassist John Lodge. The orchestral piece at the beginning of the song, which takes up the first two minutes, is also titled "Lunch Break" and was composed by Peter Knight, who also arranged "The Day Begins" and the rest of the orchestral sections of "Days of Future Passed". "Peak Hour" is one of the more up-beat songs on "Days of Future Passed".
* Justin Hayward: electric guitar, backing vocals
* John Lodge: bass guitar, vocals
* Mike Pinder: mellotron, backing vocals
* Ray Thomas: backing vocals
* Graeme Edge: drums, percussion
* Peter Knight and the London Festival Orchestra: orchestral arrangements
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