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Electric Light Orchestra - Strange Magic: The Best Of Electric Light Orchestra Album

Electric Light Orchestra - Strange Magic: The Best Of Electric Light Orchestra Album

  • Darsteller: Electric Light Orchestra
  • Genre: Rock
  • Titel: Strange Magic: The Best Of Electric Light Orchestra
  • Freigegeben: 1995
  • Stil: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
  • Etikett: Legacy
  • Katalog: CZ2K 64157
  • Land: Canada
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1096 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1633 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.7
  • Abstimmungen: 930

Trackliste

1Rockaria!3:14
2Rock 'N' Roll Is King3:17
310538 Overture5:29
4Evil Woman4:19
5Calling America3:29
6Roll Over Beethoven8:09
7Livin' Thing3:33
8Don't Bring Me Down4:02
9It's Over4:08
10Rain Is Falling3:55
11Telephone Line4:40
12Strange Magic4:30
13Last Train To London4:30
14Twilight3:41
15Hold On Tight3:06
16Can't Get It Out Of My Head4:22
17Shine A Little Love4:42
18Showdown4:09
19Daybreaker3:31
20Boy Blue5:18
21Do Ya3:44
22So Serious2:41
23Mr. Blue Sky5:03
24Ma-Ma-Ma Belle4:11
25Sweet Talkin' Woman3:48
26Four Little Diamonds4:05
27Confusion3:41
28Stranger4:27
29Turn To Stone3:47

Credits

  • ProducerJeff Lynne

Album

Strange Magic: The Best of Electric Light Orchestra is a compilation album by Electric Light Orchestra ELO, released in 1995 only in the US. The compilation favours album versions rather than single versions tracks such as Rock 'n' Roll Is King, Shine a Little Love and Boy Blue are longer. The compilation is sequenced chronologically and is drawn from US singles, sans 3 from Xanadu, with exception of the European hit Rockaria on disc one. Strange Magic is a two-CD set of their most illustrious songs from their lengthy career. Every one of their charted hits, except three, appear here, leaving out I'm Alive, All Over The World, and the famed Xanadu with Olivia Newton John. These deletions aside, this generous 29-song compilation is a splendid cross-section of the group. Introduced by Bev Bevan Live from The Face The Music Fusion Concert London Light Orchestra - Strange Magic. Electric Light Orchestra - Livin' Thing. Electric Light Orchestra - Do Ya. Electric Light Orchestra - Telephone Line. Electric Light Orchestra - Rockaria 178. Electric Light Orchestra. The Very Best Of ELO. Electric Light Orchestra is a symphonic rock band which formed in Birmingham, England in 1970. The band was formed by Jeff Lynne vocals, guitar, multiple instruments, Roy Wood multiple instruments, vocals, Richard Tandy keyboards, vocals and Bev Bevan drums. Lynne, Wood and Bevan were former members of the psychedelic rock band The Move. The band's lineup would fluctuate throughout its original incarnation, although Lynne, Tandy and Bevan would remain constant members. They incorporated the sounds of string ensembles, vocoders and dub echos into rock songs, thereby crea read more. Electric Light Orchestra: все альбомы, включая From Out Of Nowhere , Mr. Blue Sky: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra , Electric Light Orchestra Live и другие. Electric Light Orchest Strange Magic: The Best Of Elec. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Wow, I love this group the first time I heard their songs back in the late 70s As I listened to this album, they're were some songs that I didn't know they sang on and I heard them playing on the radio for all these years. This group is very very artistic, talented and I love their futuristic instrument licks. I'm very privliged of having this 2-cd set and it sounds really really great . The Electric Light Orchestra's ambitious yet irresistible fusion of Beatlesque pop, classical arrangements, and futuristic iconography rocketed the group to massive commercial success throughout the 1970s. ELO was formed in Birmingham, England in the. read more. top albums. similar to. influenced by. electriclightorchestra Albums. Strange Magic: The Best of Electric Light Orchestra. 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 Woods ears like a monster heavy metal orchestra. 10538 Overture became the new groups mission statement, the opening fanfare on a debut album described by Melody Maker as a gas. Its strange that an album that went to No. 1 in the UK should end being largely forgotten many years down the line, but so it is with Time. It is revered by some diehard fans as one of ELOs greatest albums. Strange Magic: The 10 best Electric Light Orchestra songs of all time. No, Mr. Blue Sky is not No. 6, Strange Magic. Album: Face the Music, 1975. It starts out as a fairly straightforward ballad, but it builds into something else entirely over the course of 3 minutes as Lynne and company add more layers of vocal harmonies, instrumentation and emotion to the mix. 7, Rockaria Album: A New World Record, 1976. Hailing from ELOs best all-around studio album, Rockaria stands as one of Lynnes most thorough and satisfying blends of classical and rock. The highlight is the operatic vocal work from Welsh soprano Mary Thomas. 8, Do Ya