New Live Album From ELO
Records released as part of 40th anniversary celebrations
Taken from a 2001 US TV special, ‘Electric Light Orchestra Live’ will be released alongside a reissue of’ Zoom’ and Jeff Lynne’s debut solo album ‘Armchair Theatre’ as part of the ELO’s 40th anniversary.
Outside of the success of ELO, Lynne has enjoyed a remarkable career; producing and collaborating with many of the greatest musical artists of all time. These include Roy Orbison, Del Shannon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and the Beatles as well as contemporaries such as Tom Petty and Joe Walsh.
"I’ve been in love with music since I was probably just five years old. I was mad for music then - and I still am today" says Lynne.
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