ELO Classics – Electric Light Orchestra – 1990

Album

Compilation

Album ELO Classics by the band Electric Light Orchestra
Album ELO Classics by the band Electric Light Orchestra

ELO Classics is a compilation album by the British rock band Electric Light Orchestra, released in 1990 by CBS Special Products. The album features 10 songs from the band’s catalog, spanning from their 1974 album Eldorado to their 1983 album Secret Messages. The album includes some of their most popular hits, such as “Evil Woman”, “Telephone Line”, “Don’t Bring Me Down” and “Rockaria!”, as well as some lesser-known tracks, such as “Boy Blue”, “Ma-Ma-Ma Belle”, “Bluebird” and “Loser Gone Wild”. ELO

Classics is a good introduction to the band’s unique blend of rock, pop and classical music, but it is not a comprehensive overview of their career. For fans who want to explore more of their music, there are other compilations that offer a wider selection of songs and albums.

Credits:

  • Jeff Lynne – lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass, producer
  • Bev Bevan – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Richard Tandy – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Kelly Groucutt – bass, backing vocals
  • Mik Kaminski – violin
  • Hugh McDowell – cello
  • Melvyn Gale – cello

Source: Wikipedia

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