Today we review in Remember your music the 70s, on this occasion, we find E.L.O. and The Moody Blues, both born in Birmingham (England) The ELO was formed to accommodate the desire of Lynne and Roy Wood to create modern rock songs with classic overtones. After the departure of Wood, after the release of the debut album, Lynne became the leader of the group and composed, arranged and produced all the songs and works of the formation. Between 1971 and 1986, during its peak period, the group released eleven albums and gained notable popularity
The Moody Blues, is a group of rock of the United Kingdom that was formed in Birmingham in 1964. Its first voice was Denny Laine, that later would be companion of Paul McCartney in Wings. They also participated in the group Graeme Edge (drums), Ray Thomas (flute and voice), Clint Warwick (bass, voice) and Mike Pinder (keyboards).

    • Type: Original
    • 85.5 bpm
    • Key: Am
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