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The Move: Move [Remastered & Expanded Deluxe Edition] [Digipak]

Track List

>Yellow Rainbow
>Kilroy Was Here
>(Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree
>Weekend
>Walk Upon the Water
>Flowers in the Rain
>Hey Grandma
>Useless Information
>Zing Went the Strings of My Heart
>Girl Outside, The
>Fire Brigade
>Mist on a Monday Morning
>Cherry Blossom Clinic
>You're the One I Need
>Winter Song - (previously unreleased)
>Fugitive, The - (previously unreleased)
>Is It True
>Too Many Fish in the Sea - (previously unreleased)
>Respectable
>Don't Hang Up - (previously unreleased)
>I Can't Hear You No More
>Night of Fear
>Disturbance [Single Version]
>I Can Hear the Grass Grow
>Wave the Flag and Stop the Train
>Vote for Me
>Night of Fear
>Don't Throw Stones at Me
>Move Intro
>Move
>Yellow Rainbow [Enhanced Stereo Version]
>Kilroy Was Here
>(Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree
>Weekend
>Walk Upon the Water
>Flowers in the Rain
>Useless Information
>Zing Went the Strings of My Heart
>Girl Outside [Alternate Take], The - (alternate take)
>Fire Brigade
>Mist on a Monday Morning
>Cherry Blossom Clinic
>Vote for Me [Alternate Take] - (alternate take)
>Night of Fear [Alternate Take] - (alternate take)
>Disturbance [Un-Dubbed Version]
>Fire Brigade [Un-Dubbed Early Piano Version]
>You Better Believe It Baby
>Night of Fear
>Stop and Get a Hold of Myself
>Kilroy Was Here
>Interview With Carl Wayne - (previously unreleased)
>I Can Hear the Grass Grow
>Walk Upon the Water
>Morning Dew
>Interview With Carl Wayne - (previously unreleased)
>Stephanie Knows Who
>Flowers in the Rain
>So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star
>Hey Grandma
>Cherry Blossom Clinic
>Fire Brigade
>Weekend
>It'll Be Me
>Walk Upon the Water - (previously unreleased)
>Useless Information

Album Notes

This 1998 reissue contains 15 bonus tracks not on the original release.

All tracks have been digitally remastered.

Personnel: Trevor Burton, Roy Wood (vocals, guitar); Bev Bevan (vocals, drums, percussion); Ace Kefford (vocals).

Audio Remasterer: Ben Wiseman.

Liner Note Author: Mark Paytress.

Recording information: Advision Studios, London (01/1966); Birmingham Local Radio (01/1966); De Lane Lea Studios (01/1966); Ladbroke Sound Studios (01/1966); Olymphic Studios (01/1966); Olympic Studios (01/1966); Advision Studios, London (01/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (01/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (01/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (01/1967); Olymphic Studios (01/1967); Olympic Studios (01/1967); Advision Studios, London (01/30/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (01/30/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (01/30/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (01/30/1967); Olymphic Studios (01/30/1967); Olympic Studios (01/30/1967); Advision Studios, London (02/1966); Birmingham Local Radio (02/1966); De Lane Lea Studios (02/1966); Ladbroke Sound Studios (02/1966); Olymphic Studios (02/1966); Olympic Studios (02/1966); Advision Studios, London (03/23/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (03/23/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (03/23/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (03/23/1967); Olymphic Studios (03/23/1967); Olympic Studios (03/23/1967); Advision Studios, London (07/06/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (07/06/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (07/06/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (07/06/1967); Olymphic Studios (07/06/1967); Olympic Studios (07/06/1967); Advision Studios, London (08/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (08/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (08/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (08/1967); Olymphic Studios (08/1967); Olympic Studios (08/1967); Advision Studios, London (10/1966); Birmingham Local Radio (10/1966); De Lane Lea Studios (10/1966); Ladbroke Sound Studios (10/1966); Olymphic Studios (10/1966); Olympic Studios (10/1966); Advision Studios, London (10/22/1966); Birmingham Local Radio (10/22/1966); De Lane Lea Studios (10/22/1966); Ladbroke Sound Studios (10/22/1966); Olymphic Studios (10/22/1966); Olympic Studios (10/22/1966); Advision Studios, London (11/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (11/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (11/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (11/1967); Olymphic Studios (11/1967); Olympic Studios (11/1967); Advision Studios, London (12/19/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (12/19/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (12/19/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (12/19/1967); Olymphic Studios (12/19/1967); Olympic Studios (12/19/1967); Advision Studios, London (12/1967); Birmingham Local Radio (12/1967); De Lane Lea Studios (12/1967); Ladbroke Sound Studios (12/1967); Olymphic Studios (12/1967); Olympic Studios (12/1967).

The Move's self-titled first album capped an 18-month string of classic singles, all included on this greatly expanded and lovingly remastered reissue. Formed in Birmingham in the mid-'60s, the Move quickly became one of England's most interesting, and at times controversial, bands. While its onstage antics and publicity stunts garnered it much press attention, the band's often-brilliant music was sometimes lost in the shuffle. Leader Roy Wood's uncanny ability to meld classical, cabaret, psychedelic, and '50s rock influences with a Beatlesque knack for catchy pop songs results in such psych-pop classics as "Flowers in the Rain," "I Can Hear the Grass Grow," the "Eleanor Rigby"-like "Mist on a Monday Morning," and the rest of this essential 19-song collection. Even an oddity like a whacked-out cover of "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart," with sepulchral vocals by drummer Bev Bevan is a delight. THE MOVE is an indispensable '60s pop album.



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