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Blackberry Way - The Move - Looking Back....The Best Of The Move (CD)

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  • JoJogrel
    The Move were the best and most important British group of the late '60s that never made a significant dent in the American market. Through the band's several phases (which were sometimes dictated more by image than musical direction), their chief asset was guitarist and songwriter Roy Wood, who combined a knack for Beatlesque pop with a peculiarly British, and occasionally morbid, sense of humor.

    12.01.2020 at 16:05 Reply

  • Maur
    Dec 29,  · If you really must have one CD then try to find "The Move On Blackberry Way" (the first CD of their material and no sonic delight - sounds like the same sources as Movements to me) For the Harvest singles you need EMI's Roy Wood comp "You Can Dance the Rock n Roll".

    09.01.2020 at 20:45 Reply

  • Jura
    This page includes Looking Back, The Best of The Move's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members/5(1).

    04.01.2020 at 18:48 Reply

  • Kagahn
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Looking Back The Best of the Move - The Move on AllMusic - Blackberry Way. Roy Wood. The Move. Amazon: 9: Cherry Blossom Clinic. Roy Wood.

    05.01.2020 at 14:41 Reply

  • Shakatilar
    Jul 03,  · The Move • Blackberry Way (England ) - Duration: acidogiornale 13, views. The Best Of - Home Of Classic Music 3,, views. I Can Hear the Grass Grow.

    13.01.2020 at 13:47 Reply

  • Neran
    Shazam is the second studio album by English rock band the Move, released in February by Regal Zonophone. The LP marked a bridge between the band's quirky late '60s pop singles and the progressive, long-form style of Roy Wood's next project, the Electric Light Orchestra.

    13.01.2020 at 06:28 Reply

  • Doubei
    Moving forward and away from the "Blackberry Way" Pop-Rock of the April debut "The Move" and more in keeping with the Rock progression of the "Shazam" album in February of - the "Looking On" LP was grittier – a far heavier affair - and essentially a new direction for the band/5(42).

    14.01.2020 at 00:02 Reply

  • Kazrami
    Comments: 5. Les from France Blackberry Way was the title track to a film I watched as a kid in the ABC kids cinema club. That was back in the early 60's. The film was about a lot of hippies taking over a furniture store but cannot remember the name of the film and it does not seem to be listed in any website about the song and the Move.

    06.01.2020 at 13:03 Reply