The Electric Light Orchestra is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released in December 1971 in the United Kingdom by Harvest Records
6) Electric Light Orchestra (Harvest, 1972). Lynne was still a member of The Move, alongside Roy Wood and future ELO drummer Bev Bevan, when he wrote the very first ELO song, 10538 Overture. With Wood playing a cheap Chinese cello, multi-tracked by Lynne, the song sounded to Wood’s ears like a monster heavy metal orchestra. 10538 Overture became the new group’s mission statement, the opening fanfare on a debut album described by Melody Maker as a gas. Loftily subtitled A Symphony By The Electric Light Orchestra, the group’s fourth album is described by Lynne as one of yer actual concept albums. The concept itself was somewhat vague. It’s about a dream world, said Lynne. More from Classic Rock.
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I don't wanna fight right now Know you always right, now Know I need you 'round with me But nobody waitin' 'round with me Been through the ups Yeah the ups and the downs with me Got a whole lot of love But you don't wanna spread it 'round with me, yeah
Electric Light Orchestra. Jet. 4. Shine a little love - Confusion - Need her love - Diary of Horace Wimp,The - Last train to London - Midnight blue - On the run - Wishing - Don't bring me down. Knock on wood - You really touched my heart - Light my fire/Disco heaven - Bring it on back to me - Closet thing to heaven - Am I losing you - Get your love back - Only a child in your eyes -. 46. In through the out door. French pillow talk - Lady night - Swiss kiss - Gay Paris,The - Viva California. dream - Vaness,Theo: Back to the music theme - Vaness,Theo: It's now or never - Shake: Rien n'est plus beau que l'amour - Giorgio and Chris: Love's in you (love's in me) - Eruption: I can't stand the rain - Village People: Macho man - Saragossa Band: Disco boogie boogie.
Nowadays, 1977 is remembered as both the year of punk and the year of disco. At the time, though, it was the year of Fleetwood Mac's RUMOURS and Electric Light Orchestra's OUT OF THE BLUE, two albums that were simply inescapable. But where overexposure made RUMOURS feel somewhat stale and dated, OUT OF THE BLUE sounds as fresh now as it did at the time. This is due in large part to the obsessive insularity of Jeff Lynne's aesthetic. He seems not to be ignoring musical trends, but to be simply unaware of them.
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Written-By – Harald Rosenstein, Philippe Sautot
Written-By – Cassous*, Huges Aufray*
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