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ELO - On The Third Day (1973) United Artists Records/UA-LA188-F - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Electric Light Orchestra - On The Third Day
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 756mb & 224mb
Mastered At Sterling Sound
Label: United Artists Records/UA-LA188-F | Release: 1973 | This Issue: 1978 | Genre: Symphonic-Rock

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music
In my opinion, On the Third Day is the best album by ELO during their early progressive rock period. Even though this album started showing signs of Lynne's movement towards more radio-friendly material and simpler song structures, it still has masterpiece written all over it. The most major improvement was clearly the quality of production, Lynne's improved vocal delivery and even better guitar playing from a performer who would never be known for his prowess on this instrument. Richard Tandy is cut loose here and there providing some well-fitting keyboard work on New World Rising, Daybreaker, Dreaming of 4000 and the Grieg tribute In the Hall of the Mountain King.

Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) {1986 CD}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 13, 2016
Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) {1986 CD}

Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) {1986 CD}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 230 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 86 mb
Genre: pop rock, symphonic rock, classic rock

Face The Music is the 1975 album by the Electric Light Orchestra. Originally released on United Artists Records, this CD is undated but it is believed to be a CBS reissue from around 1986 through Jet Records. This featured the hit songs "Evil Woman" and "Strange Magic".
Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) JZ 35527 - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 756mb & 224mb
Label: Jet Records/JZ 35527 | Release: 1975 | Genre: Symphonic-Rock

Excellent addition to any prog-rock music collection
Clearly, ELO was a progressive band, although most people never looked upon them as that because of their long run on the pop charts. They had it all going for them-a unique brand of rock music with parts of an orchestra mixed in and a singer/songwriter/guitar player on level with the best in the world. And to put the proverbial icing on the cake, they made a universal mixture of music that anyone could relate to and it still stands up very well today. Even though ELO had all of this and more, they were underrated. I feel their contributions to recorded music were peerless. Perhaps looking back now, we can all realize just how far ahead of their time they really were. And with advent of these marvelous reissues, we can hear it all better than ever and reconfirm why ELO was one of the greatest bands to record orchestrated rock music.
Electric Light Orchestra - The Electric Light Orchestra (1971/2015) [Off Digital Download 24/192]

Electric Light Orchestra - ELO II (1973/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 41:30 minutes | 1,58 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The Electric Light Orchestra is the debut studio album by English rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released in December 1971. In the US, the album was released in early 1972 as No Answer, after a misunderstood telephone message made by a United Artists Records executive asking about the album name. The caller, having failed to reach the ELO contact, wrote down "no answer" in his notes, and this was misconstrued to be the name of the album.
Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975/2015) [24bit/192kHz]

Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 36:28 minutes | 1,32 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Face the Music is the fifth studio album by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), and features a new line-up following their previous studio album, Eldorado. The singles "Evil Woman" and "Strange Magic" were the most commercial songs they had recorded up to that point. "Evil Woman" was a big hit in the UK and the US, embracing disco rhythms while still embodying ELO's classic sound. The chords and melody of this song were composed in merely six minutes, making it the fastest song Lynne has ever written.
Electric Light Orchestra - On The Third Day (1973/2015) [24bit/192kHz]

Electric Light Orchestra - On The Third Day (1973/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 39:35 minutes | 1,49 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

On the Third Day was released in 1973 and failed to enter the UK charts at the time, although it did reach the US charts at number 52. Side two of the album was recorded during or shortly after the sessions for ELO's LP ELO 2, but unlike its predecessor it contains shorter tracks. By contrast, the four songs on side one of the album were linked into a continuous suite. Violinist Mik Kaminski made his debut on side one of this album replacing Wilf Gibson, although Gibson plays on side two. Also, cellist Colin Walker left the line up around the same time, leaving Mike Edwards as lone cellist.

The Move - Message From The Country (1971) [Japan Mini-LP CD 2006]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at July 31, 2013
The Move - Message From The Country (1971) [Japan Mini-LP CD 2006]

The Move (ELO) - Message From The Country (1971) [Japan Mini-LP CD 2006]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 479 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 193 Mb | Scans | Time: 01:16:10
Rock, Psychedelic Pop, Art Rock | Toshiba-EMI Ltd. | TOCP-70061 (SHSP 4013)

Digitally remastered expanded edition of the final Move album that included Bev Bevan, Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne, who would eventually disband the group to form Electric Light Orchestra. Amid the 9 added bonus tracks are the original single plus an alt version of "Do Ya", one of the groups last recordings that would become a hit for ELO later in the decade. This edition is released in celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the group's signing to EMI Records.
Jeff Lynne's ELO - Alone In The Universe (2015) {Japan Blu-spec CD2 Limited Edition}

Jeff Lynne's ELO - Alone In The Universe (2015) {Japan Blu-spec CD2 Limited Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 286 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 97 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 59 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2015 Big Trilby Records / Columbia / Sony Music Japan | SICP-30890
Rock / Contemporary Rock / Contemporary Pop

Jeff Lynne's ELO brings the first CD in 14 years. Features Blu-spec CD2 format and contains 13 tracks total, including a Japan only bonus track "On My Mind" and two bonus tracks for this edition. Comes with a description and lyrics. Alone in the Universe isn't the first Jeff Lynne album of the 21st century, nor is it the first Electric Light Orchestra of the 21st century. That honor belongs to Zoom, a 2001 comeback that faded quickly into history books, its lack of success blamed in some quarters on Lynne's reluctance to tour. If Jeff didn't want to hit the road, his old bandmate Bev Bevan had no problem constituting a lineup and touring under the name ELO Part II, whose presence somewhat explains why Alone in the Universe is credited to the somewhat convoluted Jeff Lynne's ELO – a truncation of the band's full name that also assigns credit where it's due, as most listeners associate this majestic post-Abbey Road pop with Lynne alone.
Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) - The BBC Sessions (1999) Repost

Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) - The BBC Sessions (1999)
EAC Rip | FLAC: Tracks+Cue+Log | 391 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 135 Mb | Scans | Time: 56:56
Genre: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Rock, Art Rock | Label: Eagle Records | Cat.№: EAMCD095

This latest release from Eagle Records, the people who brought us rather nice CD pressings of concert recordings from ELO’s 1975 and 1978 tours, is a collection of studio numbers from the band’s appearances on BBC Radio’s Bob Harris Sessions show between 1972 and 1974.
Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) (Mastersound Gold)

Electric Light Orchestra - Face The Music (1975) (Mastersound Gold)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Epic/Jet, ZK 57184 | rem: 1993 | 230+540 Mb

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) introduced two albums earlier. The sound is stripped down a bit on Face the Music, Louis Clark's orchestral contributions generally more subdued than on Eldorado, even when they compete with the band, as on "Strange Magic."