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The Move Enhanced, Import

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The Move's debut album expanded to a deluxe 2 CD set. Features four Top 5 hits (including Flowers In the Rain) and a wealth of previously unreleased tracks including brand new stereo mixes of the entire album. Remastered from original master tapes by Rob Keyloch at Church Walk Studio, the music here has never sounded better. Stylish double digipack with 20 page booklet designed by Grammy award winner Rachel Gutek and containing rare and previously unseen photographs plus detailed, authoritative notes by Mojo's Mark Paytress. In short it was pop psychedelic masterpiece and Salvo is now proud to present the most comprehensive and beautifully realised reissue of 'Move' yet. Immaculately remastered and expanded to a 90-minute deluxe 2-CD set, it is sure to get the band's existing fans, as well as 60s pop and psychedelic rock enthusiasts in a lather. It includes the classic hits 'Flowers In the Rain', 'Fire Brigade', 'I Can Hear The Grass Grow' and 'Night Of Fear', rare B-sides and a wealth previously unreleased songs.Salvo 2007

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Yellow Rainbow
  2. Kilroy Was Here
  3. (Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree
  4. Weekend
  5. Walk Upon The Water
  6. Flowers In The Rain
  7. Hey Grandma
  8. Useless Information
  9. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
  10. Girl Outside
  11. Fire Brigade
  12. Mist On A Monday Morning
  13. Cherry Blossom Clinic
  14. Vote For Me (Bonus Track)
  15. Disturbance (Bonus Track)
  16. Night Of Fear (Bonus Track)
  17. Wave The Flag And Stop The Train (Bonus Track)
  18. I Can Hear The Grass Grow (Bonus Track)
  19. Move Intro
  20. Move
  21. Cherry Blossom Clinic
  22. Fire Brigade
  23. Kilroy Was Here
  24. (Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree
  25. Weekend
  26. Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
  27. Don’T Throw Stones At Me
  28. Mist On A Monday Morning
  29. Vote For Me (Alternate Version)
  30. Night Of Fear
  31. Girl Outside (Alternate Take)
  32. Walk Upon The Water
  33. Useless Information
  34. Flowers In The Rain


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 3, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: SALVO
  • ASIN: B000TJ6C6S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,561 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Kevin D. Rathert on July 27, 2009
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I'm not sure what cd the guy who described this wonderful release as poorly mastered was listening to, but either we got different masterings, or our ears just plain hear things starkly differently. I was, I must admit, skeptical of this release, as the 1997 Repertoire release was so wonderfully mastered and absolutely chock full of bonus tracks, 16 all told. However, the fine lot at Salvo tempted my once I obtained their wonderful sounding, but short on running time, 4 cd box set "Anthology." Much to my relief and delight, this double disc release not only adds even more bonus tracks, 21 in all, and lovely studio banter among the band members, but is deliciously sounding. To my ears at least. No noticeable noise reduction to my admittedly amateurish sonic receptors. Sounds warm and fuzzy to me. But I'm a record collector not a perfectionist audiophile, so perhaps I'm missing something somewhere. My take on this release is that the fine folks at Salvo took great efforts to obtain the master tapes, did a bang up job of remastering the sound, and gave us about 14 minutes of additional music. Roy Wood and company's debut album is a pure delight. While the band never quite fit into any convenient pigeonhole, they surely did produce some wonderful pop pscyh singles early on, before maturing into a heavier rock band on later releases. My advice, if you've got the Reperoire piece, still in print by the way, grab this one for comparison sake. It can be obtained inexpensively from drop shippers. If you don't have this cd in your collection and psychedelic music is your preference or among your tastes, get this double disc 40th anniversary release and give it a spin. My money says you'll be delighted. If not, bash my review and set me straight.Read more ›
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The Move were one of the most talented bands of the British pop-psych-era in the late 1960's. The original line-up only recorded one album along with a string of catchy and inventive singles during 1966-69.

The extended remastered version of the 1968 album contains some of the most interesting music of that era. Besides the the original 13 tracks of the album 22 extra tracks have been added - the early pre-album singles, and handful of outtakes, and newly created stereo mixes of most of the album tracks.

To my ears they have never sounded better than on these newly remastered tracks.

The original album which was originally delayed several times contains their two big hits "Flowers in the Rain" and "Fire Brigade" along with at least 4 other potential hit-recordings; "Walk Upon the Water", "Yellow Rainbow", "The Lemon Tree" and "Useless Information" - all great orignal songs from guitarist and songwriter Roy Wood. Moreover it has three slower melodic; almost folky, tracks in "Kilroy Was Here", "Mist on a Monday Morning" and "The Girl Outside" - the first two really outstanding.

There is also the controversal "Cherry Blossom Clinic", was at a certain point was planned as their fourth single - but was dropped due to scandals in connections in the promotion of "Flowers in the Rain" - the band could not afford more scandals. The B-side "Vote for Me" was not even included on the album - fortunately it has now found its place on the album.

The least interesting tracks on the album are the three covers - "Hey Grandma", "Zing Went the String" and "Weekend" - though none of them are bad at all.
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Well it's about time! And in such style too! WOW! For being one of England's hottest selling groups in the late '60s coupled with the legacy they created by eventually morphing into The Electric Light Orchestra, this band sure has been ignored over the past two decades. In 1998, the German label Repertoire reissued their debut album on CD with a selection of bonus tracks and sound quality that was so topped out and harsh, it'd make your ears bleed! I used to think to myself, "I know these tapes are old but couldn't they have done a better job than this?!" Not to mention the CD featured lousy liner notes that made mention of a single only track, "Wild Tiger Woman," being included in the set and was nowhere to be found! Needless to say, after years of owning the aforementioned CD and the 1974 double album "The Best Of The Move" (which featured better but not greatly improved sound quality), I was thrilled to hear in late '07 that both the band's debut and their second release "Shazam" were to be remastered and reissued PROPERLY for the first time, and remastered from the ORIGINAL master tapes.

It's actually quite surprising that the master tapes were recovered for this reissue. With many albums of this sort, the masters have been lost or even destroyed in some cases. I mean this isn't "Sgt. Pepper" we're talking about where the masters were kept in a shrine for preservation! However, after intense research, the master tapes were found and make this reissue sound better than any previous release of it.

The digipak case is gorgeous with vibrant color photos of the band when opened. The booklet included is very informative and packed with more rare photographs.
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