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Electric Light Orchestra's latest or related album is Live
Which is released on 2013-04-23 from record company Frontiers Records (Universal).
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Electric Light Orchestra "“ Zoom (2001; 2013 reissue) - Source: Something Else! This is a project the Electric Light Orchestra should have put out at the turn of the 1980s, a lean, tune-focused affair which dials back the "I Am The Walrus"-era Beatles obsessions - even while retaining all of Jeff Lynne's trademark hooky songcraft.
Something Else! sneak peek: Three bonus tracks from Jeff Lynne's Armchair Theatre, ELO's Zoom reissues - Source: Something Else! Can't wait for forthcoming expanded reissues of Jeff Lynne's 1990 solo album Armchair Theatre and the Electric Light Orchestra's 2001 release Zoom ?
'We've had some great fun': Bev Bevan on voicing ex-Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi's autobiography - Source: Something Else! It's by old friend and former bandmate Bev Bevan, who rose to fame with the Move and Electric Light Orchestra.
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Electric Light Orchestra were a symphonic rock band which formed in Birmingham, England in 1970. The band was formed by Jeff Lynne (vocals, guitar, multiple instruments), Roy Wood (multiple instruments, vocals), Richard Tandy (keyboards, vocals) and Bev Bevan (drums). Lynne, Wood and Bevan were former members of the psychedelic rock band The Move. The band’s lineup would fluctuate throughout its original incarnation, although Lynne, Tandy and Bevan would remain constant members. They incorporated the sounds of string ensembles, vocoders and dub echos into rock songs, thereby creating a very sophisticated studio version of rock. The musical content of ELO songs often went far beyond usual chord structures, mixing pop songwriting with classical romanticism and synthesized sounds. The band claim that their music “picks up where The Beatles’ 1967 song I Am the Walrus left off.” Formed in 1970 by Roy Wood, Jeff Lynne and Bev Bevan (the remaining members of the 1960s rock group The Move). The band used cellos, violin, horns and woodwinds to give their music a classical sound. This was an idea Roy Wood initially had while with The Move, to take rock music in a new direction. In 1970 when Carl Wayne left the The Move, Jeff Lynne, front man with fellow Brum band Idle Race, responded to Wood’s second invitation to join the line-up, with the lure of starting the new band. Learn more about Electric Light Orchestra