|A1||Fragment Of Fear|
|B1||Give Peace A Chance|
|B2||Footprints On The Moon|
|B3||Light My Fire|
Written-By – , , ,
|B5||Paint It Black|
- Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Warner Bros. Records
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records Ltd.
- Distributed By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
- Printed By – E.J. Day Group
- Published By – Screen Gems-Columbia
- Published By – Harrisongs
- Published By – B. Feldman
- Published By – Carlin
- Published By – Mirage (11)
- Published By – Northern Songs
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music
- Arranged By, Conductor, Producer –
- Design, Art Direction –
- Engineer –
- Photography By –
- Producer –
Tracks A1 - A3 from the Columbia film "Fragment Of Fear".
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): WS.3002-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): WS.3002-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A etched): WS 3002 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B etched): WS 3002 B1
|Movements (Movimientos) (LP)||Music Hall||112.907||Argentina||1970|
|Movements (LP)||Warner Bros. Records||WLS 1857||Italy||1970|
|Movements (LP, Album, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WS 1857||Venezuela||1970|
|Movements (LP, Album, Stereo)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||K 46054, WS.3002||UK||1970|
|Movements (LP, Reissue)||Warner Bros. Records||K 46054||UK||1972|
- This 'Jerry Moran (2)' wasn't even alive in 1970. DISCOGS ERROR.
- The story of "Movements" began early in 1969 with Johnny hired to MD Lulu's BBC show "A Happening For Lulu" which featured a different Eurovision hopeful each week along with a featured instrumental section of Johnny and his band playing popular hits requested by the viewers! Lulu and Johnny went on to win Eurovision 1969 with Boom Bang A Bang and Johnny was rewarded with a record deal for Warner Brothers who would release Movements (1970), Man In The Wilderness (1971) and All To Bring You Morning (1973) before he left for the US. Singles released were the space age classic "Footprints On The Moon" and the moody suspense theme "Fragment Of Fear" from the film of the same name starring David Hemmings. Shirley Bassey was a friend of Johnny's and loved his unique arrangement of "Light My Fire" so much she recorded it on her next album! "Movements" was recorded with the best London session musicians in the spring of 1970, was performed live at The Royal Albert Hall and was pressed by Warner's three times in the UK (on orange, green and burbank labels) and finally reissued on CD in 2002!