07 "For the Love of a Woman" - ELO Part II

Track 7, "For the Love of a Woman", from ELO Part II's self-named album.


A nice mellow track with a catchy chorus.


In 1988 Bev Bevan, the lifelong drummer of the band ELO, asked Jeff Lynn asking to make another ELO album. Jeff Lynn said no, so in 1989 Bev Bevan recreated ELO without Jeff Lynn under the name ELO Part II. In 1991 the group released a self-named album, Electric Light Orchestra Part II, that attempted to get back to the early/mid 70s ELO sound with mixed success.