Here’s a treat for you—a video featuring Roy Wood. Wood is one of the great — and most unfairly underappreciated — rock music composers of all time. He was the leader of the terrific 1960s band The Move, started the Electric Light Orchestra with Jeff Lynne and Bev Bevan, moved from there to form the rock-oriented band Wizzard, and created in his solo albums some of the best pop music albums of the past three decades. His solo albums Boulders and Mustard, in particular, are absolute classics. Roy still tours Great Britain but hasn’t made an album in many years. There’s always hope, however.
Boulders is not available at all on CD at this point, which is an absolute pop culture tragedy, but the rumor is that it will soon be released by a British company. The good news is that Wizzard Brew, which I consider to be the best album by Roy Wood’s Wizzard, has just been remastered for CD and is now available with eight superb bonus tracks. It’s a must-have, and you can have it here.
One of the bonus tracks is Roy’s huge Christmas hit "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day." To open the video, from YouTube, click here. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Thanks, Kuiama. I have indeed signed the petition and I request our readers do so as well. Please click on the link in Kuiama’s comment. It will only take a few seconds.
This is Kuiama, the owner of the Wizzard Brew Mailing list for all things Roy Wood and related.
Thanks for giving the genius that is Roy Wood some recognition 🙂
Everyone, please also sign this petition to get Roy’s solo album “On The Road Again” and his Wizzo Band album “Super Active Wizzo”, both released on CD, along with a DVD of The Wizzo Band on the BBC Concert “Sight And Sound”.
Warner Brothers need 2000 signatures before they will release these 3 great works of art.
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