Zoom, Electric Light Orchestra’s last studio album to date, has not been available for more than a decade. The collection features contributions from George Harrison, Ringo Starr and longtime ELO member Richard Tandy. The reissue features two bonus tunes — a 2004 track called “One Day” and a 2001 live rendition of “Turn to Stone” from the band’s PBS special.
Armchair Theatre, meanwhile, finds Lynne working with a variety of guest artists, including Harrison, Tandy and Tom Petty. The reissue will boast a pair of extra tracks — “Borderline” and “Forecast” — both recorded during the album’s 1989 sessions.
All of the upcoming releases will feature revamped packaging, with Electric Light Orchestra Live being available in a special “ecobook” edition.
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