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Electric Light Orchestra - Very Best Of Vol. 2 (2007)

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Electric Light Orchestra - Very Best Of Vol. 2 (2007)


Electric Light Orchestra - Very Best Of Vol. 2 (2007)

Genre: Pop/Rock | Release: 2007 | Label: Epic | Mp3 320 kbps | 187 MB

The Electric Light Orchestra's ambitious yet irresistible fusion of Beatlesque pop, classical arrangements, and futuristic iconography rocketed the group to massive commercial success throughout the 1970s. ELO was formed in Birmingham, England in the autumn of 1970 from the ashes of the eccentric art-pop combo the Move, reuniting frontman Roy Wood with guitarist/composer Jeff Lynne, bassist Rick Price, and drummer Bev Bevan. Announcing their intentions to "pick up where 'I Am the Walrus' left off," the quartet sought to embellish their engagingly melodic rock with classical flourishes, tapping French horn player Bill Hunt and violinist Steve Woolam to record their self-titled debut LP (issued as No Answer in the U.S.). In the months between the sessions for the album and its eventual release, the Move embarked on their farewell tour, with Woolam exiting the ELO lineup prior to the enlistment of violinist Wilf Gibson, bassist Richard Tandy, and cellists Andy Craig and Hugh McDowell; despite the lengthy delay, Electric Light Orchestra sold strongly, buoyed by the success of the U.K. Top Ten hit "10538 Overture."

Track List


02.Do Ya

03.Can't Get It Out Of My Head

04.Latitude 88 North

05.It's Over

06.Ticket To The Moon

07.Heaven Only Knows


09.Four Little Diamonds

10.Secret Messages


12.So Serious

13.Last Train To London

14.In My Own Time

15.Destination Unknown

16.The Way Life's Meant To Be

17.One Summer Dream

18.Calling America

19.Moment In Paradise


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