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Two Jeff Lynne And ELO Reissues And One Live Album Set For Release

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 21, 2013

in New Music,News

Frontiers Records is continuing their Electric Light Orchestra and Jeff Lynne campaigns with two reissues and one new release, all coming on April 23.

ELO Live

ELO Live

Zoom is a reissue of ELO’s 2001 album which hasn’t been commercially available for over ten years. Included is a remastered version of the original album, a new track, One Day, which was recorded in 2004 and live versions of Do Ya and Turn to Stone.

Armchair Theatre is a reissue of Jeff Lynne’s 1990 solo debut. The album includes collaborations with Tom Petty, Richard Tandy and George Harrison and contains two previously unreleased tracks, Borderline and Forecast, both recorded in 1989.

Electric Light Orchestra Live chronicles a 2001 performance by the group at CBS Television City that was recorded for a PBS special. Included are six songs that were not on the DVD version of the show (Stranger on a Quiet Street, In My Own Time, Really Doesn’t Matter, A Long Time Gone, Melting in the Sun, and All She Wanted) and two new studio recordings (Out of Luck (2010) and Cold Feet (1992))

Track List:

Zoom

Alright
Moment in Paradise
State of Mind
Just for Love
Stranger on a Quiet Street
In My Own Time
Easy Money
It Really Doesn’t Matter
Ordinary Dream
A Long Time Gone
Melting in the Sun
All She Wanted
Lonesome Lullaby
One Day (Bonus)
Do Ya (Live From CBS Television City) (Bonus)
Turn to Stone (Live From CBS Television City) (Bonus)

Armchair Theatre

Every Little Thing
Don’t Let Go
Lift Me Up
Nobody Home
September Song
Now You’re Gone
Don’t Say Goodbye
What Would It Take
Stormy Weather
Blown Away
Save Me Now
Borderline (Bonus)
Forecast (Bonus)

Electric Light Orchestra Live

Evil Woman
Showdown
Secret Messages
Livin’ Thing
Sweet Talkin’ Woman
Mr. Blue Sky
Can’t Get It Out Of My Head
Twilight
Confusion
Don’t Bring Me Down
Roll Over Beethoven
Stranger on a Quiet Street (Bonus)
In My Own Time (Bonus)
Really Doesn’t Matter (Bonus)
A Long Time Gone (Bonus)
Melting in the Sun (Bonus)
All She Wanted (Bonus)
Out of Luck (Bonus)
Cold Feet (Bonus)

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