Evil Woman" is a song written by lead vocalist Jeff Lynne and recorded by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It was first released on the band's fifth album, 1975's Face the Music. When released as a single in late 1975, the song became the band's first worldwide hit. According to Lynne, this song was the quickest he had ever written, in thirty minutes, originally as 'filler' for the group's Face the Music album. The song placed in the top 10 on both sides of the Atlantic in early 1976.
Evil Woman (Mala Mujer). B. 10538 Overture (Overtura 10538). Written By, Producer – Jeff Lynne. The Peruvian release of Evil Woman was pressed three times, with all three copies having slightly different label layouts. Other Versions (5 of 35) View All. Cat.
Band Name Electric Light Orchestra. Album Name Evil Woman. Type EP. Released date 1975. Members owning this album0.
Watch the video for Evil Woman from Electric Light Orchestra's ELO's Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. You made a fool of me But them broken dreams have got to end Hey woman, you got the blues 'Cause you ain't got no one else to use There's an ope. iew full lyrics. What is scrobbling? Scrobbling is when Last. fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Recent Listening Trend.
The evil woman The evil woman The evil woman The evil woman. Rolled in from another town Hit some gold, too hot to settle down But a fool and his money soon go separate ways And you found a fool lyin' in a daze Ha, ha, woman, what you gonna do You destroyed all the virtues that the Lord gave you It's so good that you're feeling pain But you better. get yourself on board the very next train. The evil woman The evil woman The evil woman (you're an evil woman) The evil woman. Hey, he-he-hey Hey, he-he-hey Hey, he-hey. Evil Woman is one of the songs Jeff Lynne re-recorded in 2012 for Mr. Blue Sky: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra, among with other great hits of ELO. What have the artists said about the song? Jeff Lynne told Rolling Stone, I wrote this in a matter of minutes. The rest of the album was done. I listened to it and thought, ‘There’s not a good single.
|A||Evil Woman = Mujer Diabolica||3:35|
- Record Company – Polydor, S.A.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jet Records
- Pressed By – COFASA
- Printed By – Gráficas Foco, S.A.
- Arranged By [Strings] – Jeff Lynne, Louis Clark, Richard Tandy
- Written-By – Jeff Lynne
NotesSpanish title on front cover, back cover and vinyl label
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
- Other (Depósito Legal): M.1678-1976
- Other (Impuesto de Lujo a Metalico): Permiso Nº 6421
|JET 764||Electric Light Orchestra||Evil Woman (7", Single, Sol)||Jet Records||JET 764||UK||1975|
|2001 622||Electric Light Orchestra||Evil Woman (7", Single)||Polydor, Jet Records||2001 622||New Zealand||1976|
|DP 4020||Electric Light Orchestra||Evil Woman (7", Single, Promo)||Jet Records, Polydor||DP 4020||Japan||1975|
|UA-XW729-Y||The Electric Light Orchestra*||Evil Woman (7", Single, Styrene)||United Artists Records, Jet Records||UA-XW729-Y||US||1975|
|300.017||Electric Light Orchestra||Evil Woman (7", Single)||United Artists Records||300.017||Uruguay||1976|