The BBC Sessions (Electric Light Orchestra album)

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The BBC Sessions
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Live album by Electric Light Orchestra
Released 1999
Recorded 1973–1974
Genre Rock
Length 56:56
Label Eagle Records
Electric Light Orchestra chronology
Definitive Collection
(1999)Definitive Collection1999
The BBC Sessions
(1999)
Live at the BBC
(1999)Live at the BBC1999

The BBC Sessions is a live compilation album of the British progressive rock band Electric Light Orchestra. The sessions were recorded at the BBC's Langham 1 studio and later broadcast on BBC program In session with Bob Harris.[1][2] The dates they were recorded/transmitted are:

  • 11 January 1973 / 27 January 1973 (tracks 1-2)
  • 25 April 1973 / 30 April 1973 (tracks 3-5)
  • 13 February 1974 / 11 March 1974 (tracks 6-10)

The album features two early lineups of ELO:

Lineup One (Tracks 1-5)

Lineup Two (Tracks 6-10)

Track listing

All tracks written by Jeff Lynne, except where noted.

Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "Kuiama" 11:06
2. "Roll Over Beethoven" (Chuck Berry) 7:40
3. "From the Sun to the World" 7:19
4. "Momma" 6:56
5. "In the Hall of the Mountain King" (Edvard Grieg) 5:42
6. "King of the Universe" 2:35
7. "Bluebird is Dead" 4:24
8. "New World Rising" 4:02
9. "Daybreaker" 3:32
10. "Ma-Ma-Ma Belle" 3:40

References

  1. ^ Ash, Tony. "The BBC Sessions". discogs.com. Eagle Records. Retrieved April 25, 2017.
  2. ^ drakkkar. "The BBC Sessions". rateyourmusic.com. Sonemic, Inc. Retrieved April 25, 2017.


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