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STUDIO SNAPSHOT ELO

Musicland Studios, Munich, 1979

Brummie pop-rock legend Jeff Lynne is captured laying down a vocal on ELO’s eighThstudio LP, Discovery. WiThthe disco era in full swing, the album is the band’s most dancefloor friendly. In fact, the influence was so prevalent that ELO keyboardist Richard Tandy nicknamed the album ‘Disco Very’. Lynne was a true convert of the genre: “I love the force of disco. I love the freedom it gave me to make different rhythms across it. I enjoyed that really steady driving beat. Just steady as a rock. I’ve always liked that simplicity in the bass drum.”

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