ELO Offical Website ELO Youtube Channel ELO, the first song I remember by these guys was a cover of Chuck Berry's hit, "Roll Over Beethoven". But I didn't buy an album until "Face The Music" came out in 1975, when I heard "Evil Woman" I had to have a copy. My favorite song off the the album was the opening instrumental track, "Fire On High", can't explain why but I just loved that song. A few months later "Eldorado" was on sale at the local shop for $3.97, so I picked up a copy, and it knocked my socks off, and I was officially a fan of ELO. Jeff Lynne was the driving force in the group, I will let Magic talk about him she has a "Unique" perspective to add to this thread. He and the drummer Bev Bevan were about the only two members to remain in the band over their long career, the line-up changes read like a soap opera, no surprise seeing more bands changed members routinely than ever stay together for a long time. Discography: 1971 The Electric Light Orchestra (UK) / No Answer (US) 1973 ELO 2 (UK) / Electric Light Orchestra II (US) 1973 On the Third Day 1974 Eldorado, A Symphony 1975 Face the Music 1976 A New World Record 1977 Out of the Blue 1979 Discovery 1980 Xanadu 1981 Time 1983 Secret Messages 1986 Balance of Power 2001 Zoom My collection of albums. Eldorado Face The Music New World Record Out Of The Blue Discovery + The Definitive Collection (Compilation CD) My favorite album is Eldorado, here's a great song. My favorite recording.