Roy Wood

Roy Wood

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English rock singer-songwriter, musician, arranger and producer Roy Adrian Wood, better known as Roy Wood was born on November 8, 1946 in Kitts Green, Birmingham, England. He is known as a co-founder and member of such bands like The Move, the Electric Light Orchestra and Wizzard. He reached the popularity being the member of these acts. At the same time, he pursued a solo career, releasing several solo albums. The debut solo album Boulders was released in 1973 and the last one Starting Up came out in 1987. He has also released quite a number of singles. Some of them are "When Gran'ma Plays the Banjo", "Dear Elaine", "Goin' Down the Road", "Oh What a Shame", "Keep Your Hands on the Wheel", "Raining in the City", "We are the Boys (Who Make All the Noise)" and others. You can download the album Through the Years: The Best of Roy Wood in mp3 from our site.

Discography Roy Wood

  Title Tracks Year  
On the Road Again
On the Road Again 10 2007
Through the Years: The Best of Roy Wood
Through the Years: The Best of Roy Wood 18 2007
The Best of Roy Wood and Wizzard
The Best of Roy Wood and Wizzard 17 1996
The Definite Album...
The Definite Album... 19 1989
Starting Up
Starting Up 9 1983
Mustard 16 1975
Boulders 9 1973
One man band
One man band 9

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