Blue Moves is the eleventh studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 1976. The album is a double LP and features a total of 18 tracks, showcasing John's versatility as both a musician and a songwriter.
Blue Moves marks a departure from John's earlier pop-oriented sound, incorporating elements of jazz and soul into his music. The album features a number of ballads, including the hit single "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word," which showcases John's emotive vocals and the album's introspective lyrics.
Blue Moves also includes more upbeat tracks such as "Tonight" and "One Horse Town," which feature John's signature piano-driven rock sound. The album's expansive and diverse musical style has led some critics to consider it one of John's most ambitious works.