Artist: Electric Light Orchestra Title Of Album: Eldorado Year Of Release: July 1974 Label: Warner Bros Genre: Symphonic rock, art rock Quality: MP3 / Joint Stereo Bitrate: VBR kbit/s / 44.1 Khz Total Time: 38:42 min Total Size: 60 mb
01. Eldorado Overture (2:13) 02. Con't Get It Out Of My Head (4:22) 03. Boy Blue (5:19) 04. Laredo Tornado (5:30) 05. Poor Boy (The Greenwood) (2:55) 06. Mister Kingdom (5:30) 07. Nobody's Child (3:56) 08. Illusions In G Major (2:38) 09. Eldorado (5:18) 10. Eldorado Finale (1:29)
The album is considered by many critics and fans to be one of their greatest creative achievements. On this album Jeff Lynne stopped overdubbing strings, as he had on the first three ELO albums, and instead hired an orchestra. Reportedly, the sound of impatient double-bass players putting away their instruments can be heard at one point during the album's climax track "Eldorado Finale". Eldorado was also the first ELO album to feature Louis Clark arranging and conducting the strings.