Evil Woman - Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado / Face The Music (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Evil Woman - Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado / Face The Music (CD)

  1. Mazujora says:
    Live at Winterland '76 is a live album by the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It was released in It was released in Recorded in during the band's Face the Music Tour, this album, along with 's The Night the Light Went On in Long Beach are two official releases of the band performing live.
  2. Doushakar says:
    from the album Eldorado, A Symphony by The Electric Light Orchestra (). "Boy Blue" – Single edit; full version included on Eldorado "Evil Woman" – from the album Face the Music () "Strange Magic" – from Face the Music; References.
  3. Zur says:
    Electric Light Orchestra's more modest follow-up to Eldorado is a very solid album, if not as bold or unified. It was also their first recorded at Musicland in Munich, which became Jeff Lynne's preferred venue for cutting records. At the time, he was also generating songs at a breakneck pace and had perfected the majestic, quasi-Beatles-type style (sort of high-wattage Magical Mystery Tour.
  4. Gutaur says:
    I had previously bought Face The Music on cd and the folks who mastered the cd had apparently "fell asleep at the wheel", as the intro to Evil Woman was erroneously burned (or cut) as the ending of the song Waterfall. So, if I wanted to listen to Evil Woman in it's entirety I had to select the song Waterfall and skip towards the end of that song/5().
  5. Fenrira says:
    When played in reverse it says "The music is reversible but time is not, turn back, turn back, turn back." Sets the tone for a musical adventure of magnificent musical numbers playing on your stereo awaiting the listener to gleefully explore the stylings of Electric Light Orchestra in search of "El dorado"🧙‍♂️5/5(7).
  6. Sak says:
    Electric Light Orchestra's first compilation record. A1 from the album "No Answer" A2, A3 from the album "Electric Light Orchestra II" B1, B2 from the album "On The Third Day" B3, B4 from the album "Eldorado" B5, B6 from the album "Face The Music" "Roll Over Beethoven" was originally recorded in Durations as on.
  7. Kazragor says:
    But you better get your face on board the very next train. Evil woman Evil woman Evil woman Evil woman (hey hey hey) Evil woman Evil woman Evil woman Evil woman. Evil woman, how you done me wrong But now you're tryin' to wail a diff'rent song Ha, ha, funny, how you broke me up You made the wine, now you drink a cup I came runnin' ev'ry time you.
  8. Mikajinn says:
    This lovely Electric Light Orchestra song, one of the best tracks on their breakthrough album Face The Music, is a fine example of songwriter Jeff Lynne’s skill at creating ballads that are as memorably hook-laden as his uptempo pop tunes.

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