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In 1967 Wood (and fellow Move member Trevor Burton) supplied backing vocals on the track "You Got Me Floatin'" on the Jimi Hendrix Experience's album Axis: Bold as Love.

Wood was keen on musical experimentation and was an early proponent of combining rock and roll and pop music with other styles, such as classical music, or the big band sound, and introduced classically styled string and brass sections into the pop record.

The release of what would have been the last of these singles, "Aerial Pictures", backed with "Airborne", was cancelled owing to the lack of chart success for its predecessors, but both sides appeared for the first time in 2006 on a compilation CD, Roy Wood – The Wizzard! "Aerial Pictures", using the original backing track, subsequently became a solo single for Carl Wayne, the Move's former vocalist.

Wood also made a one-off rock and roll medley single with Phil Lynott, Chas Hodges and John Coghlan, credited to The Rockers, "We Are The Boys" (1983), and played a leading role in the Birmingham Heart Beat Charity Concert 1986, on 15 March 1986, which was later televised in part by the BBC.

59, and in 2000 he joined forces with Mike Batt and the Wombles, for a re-working of "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday" and the Wombles' hit "Wombling Merry Christmas", together in one song which reached No. Over Christmas 2007, Wood appeared in a catalogue advertisement for Argos, where he played the part of a rowdy neighbour playing guitar along to Wizzard's "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday", and the song once again entered the UK Singles Chart, peaking at No. It has re-entered the charts every subsequent year on download sales alone, although no longer physically available as a single.

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Between 19 Wood released a few singles under his own name and also as Roy Wood's Helicopters, and played some live dates under this name, with a band comprising Robin George (guitar), Terry Rowley (keyboards), Jon Camp (bass) and Tom Farnell (drums).Mike Sheridan and The Nightriders, The Nightriders, The Move, Electric Light Orchestra, Wizzard, Wizzo Band, Roy Wood's Helicopters, The Rockers, The Roy Wood Big Band, The Wombles with Roy Wood, Roy Wood Rock & Roll Band, Drake & Spadepakk, The Beach Boys Roy Wood (born 8 November 1946) is an English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.He was particularly successful in the 1960s and 1970s as member and co-founder of the Move, Electric Light Orchestra and Wizzard.As well as designing the logo, Wood performed in a line-up which also included the Electric Light Orchestra and the Moody Blues.After a hiatus following the release of the album Starting Up (1987), a cover version of the Len Barry hit "1–2–3", and a guest vocal appearance on one track on Rick Wakeman's The Time Machine, he went on the road with a band billed as Roy Wood's Army.

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