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ON THE THIRD DAY

Electric Light Orchestra

 

Crossover Prog

3.80 | 164 ratings

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Joe Rockhead
4 stars Years later I got a taste of the early ELO music. This one stands out the most to me as the most listenable from start to finish. Bluebird is dead is highly addictive as is Dreaming of 4000 and In the Hall... I know Lynne geared the band more towards pop afterwords but you have to admit he had an original idea that should be appreciated by any Prog lover. Combining two different genres of instruments to produce lavish albeit poppy music is no easy feat and to reproduce live ( especially in the 70s ) was a monumental accomplishment. Heavily influenced by The Beatles, it goes to show how powerful they were in the world of music. My only question is WHAT HAPPENED ? MUSICs GONE WHERE ????
Joe Rockhead | 4/5 |

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