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Ma Ma Ma Xanadu Rockaria ! (FruitGum Corp. 2001)


   A complete dedication in the form of artistic musical orchestra tribulation for Jeffrey "Jeff " Lynne: one of  the genius musicians of our century in the name of Rock and Pop as this talented born conceptor, songwritter music arranger and multi-instrumentalist from Shard End, Birmingham UK also known to be the mastermind behind some of the success groups formed by him in the past from E.L.O (Electric Light Orchestra), Traveling Wilburys, The Move even George Harrison to The Beatles had his influences at one point of the time. This genius person really could making most of the music lovers or even musicians shocked for about how did he put the talented taste for arranging more sufficient formulas in forming way to the best efforts of melodies, harmony and collaboration in combining much adorable sounds and more musical instruments into one unites perfect music which really amazing like heaven of Pop and Rock-chestrations to our ears made by the tracks and arrangements that Jeff Lynne already did in time. This colossal album - V.A Lynne Me Your Ears - A Tribute To The Music Of Jeff Lynne; might be your favourable farewell music on two hours before the end of the world happens because within this 2 discs record, one will maintaining the optional obtains of atonement attaining in what you should definitely called as great recording and musical companion done by many names of bands and musicians from variative genres. There's Prairi Sons and Daughter giving us the awesome cover version of One Summer Dream or When Time Stood Still brilliantly sang by Bill Lloyd with Hans Rotenberry to Can't Get It Out Of My Head on the hands of kindness Doug Powell and The Shazam tackling Twilight or tons of other names like Ben Lee, Jason Falkner, The Heavy Blinkers and Ross Rice - mostly covering the beautiful sides of the smart and cleverness of a superstar named Jeff Lynne.
   Such a great gift for your beloved Rock parents who loved to be surprised in a very passionated way on their anniversary of birthday.

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