Zoom Tour Live

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Zoom Tour Live
DVD Cover
Video by Electric Light Orchestra
Released 2001 (VHS/DVD)
Recorded 2001
Genre Rock
Label Image Entertainment
Electric Light Orchestra chronology
The Very Best of ELO
(1991)
Zoom Tour Live
(2001)
ELO – Total Rock Review
(2006)

Zoom Tour Live was a one-off concert performed by the Electric Light Orchestra recorded originally for television, later released as a film.

History[edit]

After the release of the 2001 album Zoom, Jeff Lynne announced a North American tour, their first live set of concerts in 15 years. A promotional PBS show was recorded over two consecutive nights at CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

ELO's management abruptly cancelled the tour (due to slow ticket sales) and this footage was released on VHS and DVD by Image Entertainment. The DVD earned Platinum status in Australia.[1]

The live line-up of the group was very different from the group that last toured in the 1980s with only Richard Tandy remaining, alongside ELO leader Jeff Lynne.

All songs played on tour, except "Rock 'n' Roll Is King" and "All She Wanted", were released on either the Electric Light Orchestra Live album[2] or the Zoom Tour Live VHS/DVD.[3]

Lineup[edit]

Tracks[edit]

  1. "Do Ya"
  2. "Evil Woman"
  3. "Showdown"
  4. "Strange Magic"
  5. "Livin' Thing"
  6. "Alright"
  7. "Lonesome Lullaby"
  8. "Telephone Line"
  9. "Turn to Stone"
  10. "Just for Love"
  11. "Easy Money"
  12. "Mr. Blue Sky"
  13. "Ma-Ma-Ma Belle"
  14. "One Summer Dream"
  15. "Tightrope"
  16. "State of Mind"
  17. "Can't Get It Out of My Head"
  18. "Moment in Paradise"
  19. "10538 Overture"
  20. "Ordinary Dream"
  21. "Shine a Little Love"
  22. "Don't Bring Me Down"
  23. "Roll Over Beethoven" (Chuck Berry)

References[edit]