Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1970) and Seventh Sojourn (1971) cemented the Moody Blues' place in the States as a major export success. The latter finds the band utilizing the new breed of electronica – Chamberlin keys, electronic drum kits, plenty of phase and giving full weight to Ray Thomas' rapid mastery of flute and sax. Produced as usual by Tony Clarke, the album is renowned for the tracks "Isn't Life Strange" and "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)," but also includes one of Thomas' finest hours, "For My Lady," and the powerful cohesion within the group was amply demonstrated by the fact that all five members contributed material. Justin Hayward provided "New Horizons" and "The Land Of Make-Believe" and co-wrote "You And Me" with drummer Graeme Edge, while keyboard maestro Mike Pinder offered "Lost In A Lost World' and "When You're A Free Man." All of the above helped elevate the LP to the Top 5 in Britain and a Christmas No. 1 showing in America where it outsold all competition for six weeks.