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Out of the Blue: Live at Wembley/Discovery [DVD] 
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Seventies classic pop band ELO had always used state-of-the-art production techniques on their records, and their 1978 tour gave them a chance to match the pristine sounds with equally impressive visuals. This DVD features highlights from their Wembley Arena show, which saw singer Jeff Lynne and his muso friends running through their greatest hits on a spectacular space-age set. Also features their 1979 album 'Discovery'.
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All the rest of the tracks are live and sound pretty good so why they or the sound engineers did that is beyond me.
The show is great, with the highlight being 'Roll Over Beethoven' where the cellists, Hugh McDowell and Melvyn Gale, leap around like mad things.
The 'Discovery' special feature is basically a video for each of the nine tracks on Discovery which is kind of cool, particularly if it's your favourite ELO album, as it is mine.
All in all, this is a pretty good souvenir of a great band in full flight, it's not up to modern dvd standards in terms of sound or picture, unlike 'Zoom', but to see ELO when they really were a band makes up for it, especially at this price.
Out of the Blue Live: Standing in the Rain, Night in the City, Turn To Stone, Tightrope, Telephone Line, Rockaria, Wild West Hero, Showdown, Sweet Talkin' Woman, Mr. Blue Sky, Do Ya, Livin' Thing, Roll Over Beethoven
Discovery Videos: Shine A Little Love, Confusion, Need Her Love, Diary of Horace Wimp, Last Train To London, Midnight Blue, On The Run, Wishing, Don't Bring Me Down.
Also: 150 minutes? The Out of the Blue concert is about 65 minutes, including meeting the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Tony Curtis. Discovery is about 40 minutes. Maybe its a typo for 105 minutes! Still, I got it for £7 so it's good value and worth getting.
An amazing bonus is the whole of the Discovery Album. Available at a good price, this is unmissable for any fan of the band.
If you are looking to hear ELO in their prime live then forget this version which should have been long deleted by now, this is the infamous are they lip synching? version Seek out the Remastered special edition Live at wembley instead it has the 'REAL' live soundtrack on it in DTS surround
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Excellent very pleased with the product and service plus communication from the seller.Published 8 months ago by mr n preston