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Dave Scott-Morgan, former Electric Light Orchestra guitarist, leads his band MOrganisation in a multi-media presentation of original songs from their Across the Divide and Bubbles albums plus some from their new E.P. Highland. Also as usual a smattering of rock n roll classics & quintessential ELO hits.
Dave Scott-Morgan leads his 5 piece band MOrganisation in a stage show featuring toe tapping originals, rock n roll classics and quintessential ELO hits.
MOrganisation is: Dave Scott-Morgan plus Alex Lowe (lead guitar), Alan Smith (keyboards), Jack Rosa (drums & cajon) and Mandy Scott-Morgan (backing vocals and percussion). Dave writes the songs and MOrganisation is the music creation tribe. Two albums are available: 'Across the Divide' and 'Bubbles', plus the recently released EP 'Highland'
Dave's musical past hails from the 'brum-beat' groups of the 60's - including MAGNUM (bass), THE UGLY'S (guitar) and the spin-off BALLS (with Steve Gibbons and Trevor Burton). His first album 'MORGAN' was produced by Lou Reizner in 1971 while Dave was touring America as a folk singer. Dave’s songs brought him wider notice when recorded by groups such as WISHFUL THINKING ('Hiroshima') and THE MOVE ('Something' the B-side of their number one hit "Blackberry Way") . The song 'Hiroshima', sung by the German artist SANDRA, became a pan-European mega hit reaching No.4 in the German charts in 1991.
From 1981 to 1986 Dave was part of the ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA (guitar, synth, vocoder + back-up vocals). He is credited on as a musician on ELO's album SECRET MESSAGES and on Jeff Lynne's ARMCHAIR THEATRE solo album, released in 1990.
Dave's long time collaboration with Richard Tandy (ELO's keyboard player) has resulted in many recordings: the concept album EARTH RISE; the single BERLIN and, together with guitarist Martin Smith, the charity single ACTION produced by Jeff Lynne; plus the compilation CD BC COLLECTION.
The band are recording songs for a third album '7' which will shortly be ready for release.