A good deal of his work is awesome, but I can't imagine voting for him over others like Bevan and Groucutt as a favorite member of ELO... but maybe as "most talented and versatile".
I don't get your logic.
It's funny you should say that... I was just coming to the realization that I don't understand sherbert.
What I should have typed was that Wood's material outside of ELO overshadowed the material he wrote during his short time in the band, and that he simply didn't stick around for long enough to be considered a favorite ELO member when compared to some of the others. It's just an opinion, but the sheer logic behind it is undeniable and simply breathtaking.
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