The Move

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British band from Birmingham formed in 1966 and disbanded in 1972. They formed into ELO (Electric Light Orchestra) after several line up changes and from an idea from Roy Wood.
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Albums

SLRZ 1002 The Move - Move album art The Move Move (Album) Regal Zonophone SLRZ 1002 UK 1968 Sell This Version
ST-658 The Move - Looking On album art The Move Looking On (Album) Fly Records (3) ST-658 US 1970 Sell This Version
A&M 2060 The Move - Shazam album art The Move Shazam (Album) Regal Zonophone, Regal Zonophone A&M 2060 Brazil 1970 Sell This Version
TC-SHSP 4013 The Move - Message From The Country album art The Move Message From The Country (Album) Harvest, Harvest TC-SHSP 4013 UK 1971 Sell This Version
2635 003 The Move - Shazam / Move album art The Move Shazam / Move (Comp, Album) Fly Records (3) 2635 003 New Zealand 1972 Sell This Version
SHSP 4035 The Move California Man(Cass) Harvest SHSP 4035 UK 1974 Sell This Version
DIAB 8012 The Move - Something Else From The Move...Plus! album art The Move Something Else From The Move...Plus! (Album) Edsel Records DIAB 8012 UK 1999 Sell This Version
RIGHT116 The Move - Live At The Fillmore 1969 album art The Move Live At The Fillmore 1969 (Album) Right Recordings RIGHT116 UK 2012 Sell This Version
ST-811 The Move - Message From The Country album art The Move Message From The Country(LP, Album, RP, Los) Capitol Records ST-811 US Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

45-7504 The Move - Night Of Fear album art The Move Night Of Fear (Single) Deram 45-7504 US 1966 Sell This Version
SDGE 81 266 The Move - Night Of Fear album art The Move Night Of Fear (EP) Deram SDGE 81 266 Spain 1967 Sell This Version
DEA 1002 The Move - Hits Volume 6 album art Procul Harum* / The Move Procul Harum* / The Move - Hits Volume 6 (EP) Deram DEA 1002 Australia 1967 Sell This Version
DM 117 The Move - I Can Hear The Grass Grow album art The Move I Can Hear The Grass Grow (Single) Deram DM 117 UK 1967 Sell This Version
8761 The Move - Flowers In The Rain album art The Move Flowers In The Rain (Single) Regal Zonophone 8761 Chile 1967 Sell This Version
DFE 6474 The Move - The Night of Fear album art The Move and Cat Stevens The Move and Cat Stevens - The Night of Fear(7", EP) Deram DFE 6474 South Africa 1967 Sell This Version
PSR 315 The Move - Something Else (Live) album art The Move Something Else (Live) Regal Zonophone PSR 315 UK 1968 Sell This Version
EEAC-1008 The Move - Fire Brigade album art The Move Fire Brigade (EP) Columbia, S.A. EEAC-1008 Singapore 1968 Sell This Version
ISRZ. 2045 The Move - Blackberry Way album art The Move Blackberry Way (EP) Tarantula ISRZ. 2045 Israel 1968 Sell This Version
FX-11,537 The Move - Something Else From The Move album art The Move Something Else From The Move (EP, Maxi) Regal Zonophone FX-11,537 Australia 1968 Sell This Version
PD 9425 The Move - Wild Tiger Woman album art The Move Wild Tiger Woman (Single) Regal Zonophone PD 9425 South Africa 1968 Sell This Version
DP-1594 The Move - The Girl Outside album art The Move The Girl Outside (Single) Polydor DP-1594 Japan 1968 Sell This Version
PD.9311 The Move - Fire Brigade / Cherry Blossom Clinic album art The Move Fire Brigade / Cherry Blossom Clinic (Single) Continental Records (8) PD.9311 South Africa 1968 Sell This Version
GR 111 The Move - Blackberry Way album art The Move Blackberry Way (Single) Regal Zonophone GR 111 Greece 1968 Sell This Version
45-ESS.58 The Move - Fire Brigade album art The Move Fire Brigade (Single) Regal Zonophone 45-ESS.58 India 1968 Sell This Version
LSE 6.038 The Move - Omnibus album art The Move Omnibus(7", EP) Stateside LSE 6.038 Spain 1968 Sell This Version

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latinjazzfan

latinjazzfan

September 20, 2018
Just saying "British band from Birmingham formed in 1966 and disbanded in 1972" does not do this talented, eclectic and popular band justice. Listen to how they split working the vocals on "I can hear the grass grow", the strong bass on "Night of fear", to say nought of the psychedelically-tinged content - written mostly by Wood. Sure, they enjoyed little to no success in the USA but who cares? They were one of the best and most advanced songwriters and stage-acts of the late 60s. Hope others agree and that someone might add informationto this page...

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