Tag Archives: ELO

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA – Mr. Blue Sky: The Very Best Of

April 17, 2014

Frontiers 2013 More electric than orchestral, the Captain’s charmless revision of the mothership’s logbook. That might well be a nadir of Jeff Lynne’s latter-day of his old band’s name: a re-recording of ELO’s well-known moments in a solo, with a … Continue reading

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ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA – Live

March 12, 2014

Frontiers 2013 A brief re-launch of a ’70s luminous spaceship with spectacular, if hardly glorious, results. ELO have been one man’s personal circus ever since Roy Wood left the arena but there still was a collective air, which all but … Continue reading

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ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA – Zoom

February 27, 2014

Epic 2001 / Frontiers 2013 Beatles-infested, luminescent revitalization of the archived brand brings its forces and foible into focus. It was an unexpected move (no pun intended) when the long-buried acronym and spaceship shot into the skies 15 years after … Continue reading

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JEFF LYNNE – Armchair Theatre

January 12, 2014

Reprise 1990 / Frontiers 2013 ELO ringmaster’s humble attempt to escape from the orchestra pitfall, with another runaway and a Beatle for a company. His band effectively over in 1986, Jeff Lynne swiftly found himself in a producer’s chair for … Continue reading

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THE MOVE discography

February 11, 2013

Thanks to The following reviews are based on Salvo Records‘ 40th anniversary series that doesn’t include “Message From The Country” which wasn’t originally released on Regal Zonophone and still didn’t receive the brilliant treatment its predecessors underwent. Move Shazam Looking … Continue reading

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