THE MOVE: A Visual Expansion

Having reached the end of their reissue program of THE MOVE catalogue, Esoteric Recordings is to deliver a killer punch on January 27th, 2017 with the issue of “Magnetic Waves Of Sound – The Best Of” that not only complies the best of the band’s newly re-mastered albums but also adds a DVD to the package to represent a visual side of the Brummies’ performances. During their lifetime, the Roy Wood-led ensemble made a numerous appearances on TV, yet their only official release until now has been "The Lost Broadcasts" which, partly overlapping with the forthcoming collection misses many key displays of the group’s talent. So yes, it’s a treasure and a treat.

That’s how the compilation rolls:

THE MOVE - Magnetic Waves Of Sound - The Best Of

Magnetic Waves Of Sound –
The Best Of

Disc One:
The Best Of The Move

1. Night Of Fear *
2. I Can Hear The Grass Grow *
3. Wave The Flag And Stop The Train *
4. Kilroy Was Here *
5. (Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree *
6. Walk Upon The Water *
7. Flowers In The Rain *
8. Fire Brigade *
9. Wild Tiger Woman *
10. Blackberry Way *
11. Curly *
12. Hello Susie
13. Cherry Blossom Clinic Revisited
14. Brontosaurus
15. When Alice Comes Back To The Farm
16. What?
17. Ella James
18. Tonight
19. China Town
20. California Man
21. Do Ya?

* mono 

Disc Two:
The Move On The Air

1. I Can Hear The Grass Grow (promotional film 1967)
2. Night Of Fear
3. Walk Upon The Water
4. I Can Hear The Grass Grow (“Beat Beat Beat” – German TV, June2 6th,1967)
5. Fire Brigade (“Top Of The Pops” – BBC, February 15th, 1968)
6. I Can Hear The Grass Grow
“Colour Me Pop” – BBC, January 4th, 1969:
7. Beautiful Daughter
8. Christian Life
9. Flowers In The Rain
10. The Last Thing On My Mind
11. Wild Tiger Woman
12. Goin’ Back
13. Fire Brigade
14. Something
15. Blackberry Way
“Beat Club” – Radio Bremen:
16. Fire Brigade (February 1968)
17. Wild Tiger Woman (August 1968)
18. Blackberry Way (January 1969)
19. Curly (August 1969)
20. Brontosaurus (April 1970)
21. When Alice Comes Back To The Farm (December 1970)

December 6, 2016

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