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Electric Light Orchestra
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CD Reviews
A New World Record
Review by Gary Hill
This is definitely one of my favorite ELO albums.

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A New World Record (Expanded Version)
Review by Gary Hill
I reviewed the standard version of this album previously.

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Eldorado
Review by Gary Hill
This album is an intriguing one.

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Electric Light Orchestra
Review by John Pierpoint
This 1971 album was apparently entitled No Answer in the USA, although this was due to a misunderstanding between the band and the distributor.

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ELO2
Review by John Pierpoint
First, a confession: I was a huge ELO fan when I was at school. I thought they were the gods of pop.

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Face the Music
Review by Gary Hill
It might be obvious, but this has always been one of my favorite albums from Electric Light Orchestra.

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On The Third Day
Review by John Pierpoint
After two reasonably successful albums for EMI Harvest, Jeff Lynne’s merry men moved over to Don Arden’s Jet records for their next release.

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Out of the Blue
Review by Gary Hill
I know a lot of people dismiss ELO. Certainly their disco era had a lot to do with that. This disc was just at the edge of the start of that.

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Strange Magic: The Best of Electric Light Orchestra
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always liked ELO a lot and haven’t yet replaced my old vinyl collection.
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The Essential Electric Light Orchestra
Review by Larry Toering
ELO is actually one of my favorite bands. Jeff Lynne is a master, so why not reach for the remasters when it comes to pound for pound quality?

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Zoom
Review by Gary Hill
When Electric Light Orchestra came back with Zoom, I think a lot of fans had moved on to other things.

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DVD Reviews
Electric Light Orchestra - Jeff Lynne’s ELO: Live in Hyde Park BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
I’m a big fan of ELO. I have to admit that the super-star period of A New World Record and Out of the Blue is probably my favorite period of the band’s history.

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Electric Light Orchestra - Live: The Early Years DVD
Review by Gary Hill

Not everything ELO ever did was progressive rock. I’d have to say that this DVD of early performances qualifies, though.


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Electric Light Orchestra - Out of the Blue - Live at Wembley DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I know a lot of people have slagged on Electric Light Orchestra for being too polished and too pop oriented.

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Electric Light Orchestra - Zoom Tour Live DVD
Review by Larry Toering
Around the turn of the 1990s, ELO was in a bit of a transition of sorts, really.

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Related Articles
The Move - Live at the Fillmore 1969
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a cool live album. It’s got the Fillmore performance plus several songs from a different show and a short interview with Bev Bevan.


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The Move - Looking On – 2 CD Expanded Edition
Review by G. W. Hill

The Move were the band that came before Electric Light Orchestra. Quite literally, they transitioned into ELO.


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The Move - Lost Broadcasts DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

There are good and bad sides to this DVD.


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The Move - Magnetic Waves of Sound: The Best of
Review by G. W. Hill
This is quite a cool release. Even if all you got was the CD, it would be worth having, but that's sort of just the beginning.

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The Move - Message From The Country
Review by Gary Hill
I'll admit right off the top that I'm not one hundred percent sure about including this disc in the progressive rock section. Still, in the early days of prog (and this one is from 1971) there was a lot of ancillary weirdness that got lumped into the sound.
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Various Artists - Rockin' the City of Angels written by Douglas Harr
Review by G. W. Hill
This book is something very special. A good tag-line for this would be "come for the pictures, stay for the stories."

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The Move - Shazam
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a reissue of an album from The Move. This is pre-Jeff Lynne days.


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The Move - Something Else from The Move
Review by G. W. Hill

The original of this was a mono EP released in 1968. That’s presented in its remastered entirety at the end.


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The Move - The Move
Review by G. W. Hill

Let’s get one thing out of the way right off the bat, this album itself is not prog rock.


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