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06 de Outubro de 2011

"Evil Woman" is a song written by lead vocalist Jeff Lynne and recorded by Electric Light Orchestra.

First released on the band's fifth album, 1975's Face the Music. Released as a single in late-1975, the song became the band's first worldwide hit. According to Jeff Lynne this song was the quickest he had ever written, in thirty minutes, originally as 'filler' for the group's Face the Music album. The song placed in the top ten on both sides of the Atlantic in early-1976. The song became a hit again in the UK in 1978 when it featured on the ELO EP. The lyric "There's a hole in my head where the rain comes in" is a tribute to The Beatles' song "Fixing a Hole".


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05 de Outubro de 2011

"Boy Blue" is a song written by Jeff Lynne and performed by the Electric Light Orchestra which first appeared as track number 3 from their 1974 album, Eldorado.

The album version of the song starts with a Baroque styled brass fanfare and then develops in to a minimoog sequence before the song proper starts. The song includes a midway solo of the bands three string players. At the end of the song the string instruments fade out into "Laredo Tornado."


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04 de Outubro de 2011


Can't Get It Out of My Head is a song by Electric Light Orchestra.

First released on the band's fourth album, Eldorado, in July 1974, the song is the second track on the album and follows "Eldorado Overture." The song was released in November of that same year as a single.


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03 de Outubro de 2011


"Showdown" is a song written by Jeff Lynne and recorded by the Electric Light Orchestra.

It was the band's last contemporary recording to be released on the Harvest label. In the US, the song was included on the album On The Third Day (1973), however in the UK the song was omitted from the album and would later be featured on their first compilation album, also called Showdown a year later instead. In 2006 the remastered issue of On the Third Day would feature the song on the album on both sides of the Atlantic for the first time.


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02 de Outubro de 2011

"Roll Over Beethoven" is the second single released by the Electric Light Orchestra. It became their second consecutive top ten hit in the UK, as well as a hit in the United States when an edited version of the track was taken from the album ELO 2 in 1973. ELO's elaborate eight-minute reworking of the track included an opening musical quote from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and clever interpolations of material from the symphony's first movement into Berry's song; the band closed all their concerts using this number, their signature song. The B-side "Queen of the Hours" was the first ever ELO published song, released by Harvest Records in November 1971 in a compilation called The Harvest Bag which featured various Harvest records artists.


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