ELO – Total Rock Review
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|ELO – Total Rock Review|
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ELO – Total Rock Review is a Band biography DVD released in 2006 regarding the founding of Electric Light Orchestra.
The Independent biography traces the foundations of the band through its metamorphosis from The Move in 1970 and later to the point where Roy Wood quit the group leaving Jeff Lynne to steer the band in to worldwide stardom. Narrated throughout by a team of music journalists and musicians. Also included are a bonus live set filmed in 1972 originally called Granada's Set of Six and features four of the six songs, These songs are the only known live original Roy Wood ELO tracks ever filmed.
The DVD was originally released in 2005 under the title Inside the Electric Light Orchestra 1970–1973 minus the bonus live tracks.
Included in the bonus live set, The original ELO touring band were filmed by Granada Television in 1972 and it is the only known footage of their debut tour line-up in existence.
- Roy Wood – guitar, cello, bass, saxophone
- Jeff Lynne – guitar, bass
- Bev Bevan – drums
- Richard Tandy – bass, piano
- Bill Hunt – keyboards, horn
- Hugh McDowell – cello
- Mike Edwards – cello
- Wilf Gibson – violin
- Andy Craig – cello
Bonus Live set featuring
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