- Die ersten beiden ELO-Alben.
- Auf dem Plattencover steht bei LP1/Track 4: "The Battle Of Marston Moot".
Recorded At – Philips Studios
Recorded At – Air Studios
Manufactured By – EMI-Bovema Holland
Bass, Vocals – Michael D'AlbuQuerque (tracks: C1 to D2)
Cello – Colin Walker (2) (tracks: C1 to D2), Mike Edward* (tracks: C1 to D2)
Drums, Percussion – Bev Bevan
Engineer – John Middleton (tracks: C1 to D2)
Horn – Bill Hunt (tracks: A1 to B5)
Producer – Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood (tracks: A1 to B5)
Synthesizer, Piano, Guitar, Harmonium – Richard Tandy (tracks: C1 to D2)
Violin – Steve Woolam (tracks: A1 to B5), Wilf Gibson (tracks: C1 to D2)
Vocals, Cello, Oboe, Guitar, Bass, Clarinet, Percussion – Roy Wood (tracks: A1 to B5)
Vocals, Piano, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Bass – Jeff Lynne
A4 is spelled as The Battle Of Marston Moot (July 2nd 1644) on the inside cover.
The two first LP's of ELO on one double album. E.L.O. 1 originally released in 1971, E.L.O. 2 originally released in 1973.
Rights Society: STEMRA
Matrix / Runout (A-side): SHVL 797A-1U SHVL-7>7 A//Z
Matrix / Runout (B-side): SHVL 797-B WHL34316-1-7
Matrix / Runout (C-side): 5lo6u-05243-A//HM 18 967-1-7-6
Matrix / Runout (D-side): 5lo6u-05243B//HM 18 968-1-4-6
Rights Society: BIEM