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[UPDATE] Two Move Albums Remastered And Expanded – FULL Details

The Move, while a popular UK band, is best known as the precursor to the arrival of Electric Light Orchestra. Within its ranks, The Move incubated Roy Wood, Bev Bevan, and even – for a short period – Jeff Lynne. It wasn’t long after the arrival of Jeff Lynne that the idea of bringing together a Pop/Rock style with classical overtones (unlike Yes, or The Moody Blues) formulated by Roy Wood, would be put into motion in the form of a crafty indicator moniker of Electric Light Orchestra and a fleshed out band that included The Move’s drummer, Bev Bevan. Where ELO went from there is easily known history. What is not as well known outside the sphere of serious ELO fans is the Move.

The Move enjoyed a short but engaging history with its UK fans. Assembled in the mid-’60s, The Move, under the guidance of the immensely talented Roy Wood, enjoyed success with the issue of its self-titled debut (1968). Not long after, the band released their sophomore album, Shazam (1970). Both albums are classic documents of a band that was as impressive as anything being released at the time.

In celebration of both those gems, UK reissue label, Esoteric Records, will release two multi-disc Remastered and Expanded of both titles.

The Move will be reissued in a 3CD Deluxe set. The followup album, Shazam, will be reissued on a 2CD Deluxe set. Both sets will be housed in a digipak package. Both sets are planned for reissue on April 29 in the UK. The album reissues are detailed below:

The first album by The Move will be a visit to the Mono mix of the original LP. That remastered mix will be augmented by the inclusion of 52 bonus tracks, five of which have never been released. Those unreleased tracks are music from a regional  radio broadcast. Of those 52 tracks, 19 of them are BBC sessions tracks dating from January 1967 through January 1968. The artwork from the original album will be fully restored for this edition. The included booklet will contain a new essay on the band and this album period. A poster is also included!

Move – The Move (1968)
The Move The Move
Tracklisting:

CD1:

“MOVE” – THE MONO MIX REMASTERED 

  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. THE GIRL OUTSIDE
  11. FIRE BRIGADE
  12. MIST ON A MONDAY MORNING
  13. CHERRY BLOSSOM CLINIC

BONUS TRACKS

  1. YOU’RE THE ONE I NEED
  2. WINTER SONG (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  3. THE FUGITIVE (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED) 

RECORDED AT LADBROKE SOUND STUDIOS IN JANUARY 1966 

  1. IS IT TRUE
  2. TOO MANY FISH IN THE SEA (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  3. RESPECTABLE
  4. DON’T HANG UP

     (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

  1. I CAN’T HEAR YOU NO MORE 

BIRMINGHAM LOCAL RADIO SESSION

JANUARY 1966 

  1. NIGHT OF FEAR
  2. DISTURBANCE 

A & B SIDES OF SINGLE 

  1. I CAN HEAR THE GRASS GROW
  2. WAVE THE FLAG AND STOP THE TRAIN 

A & B SIDES OF SINGLE 

  1. VOTE FOR ME 

RECORDED AT ADVISION STUDIOS, LONDON AUGUST 1967

CD2:

STEREO MIXES & ALTERNATE TAKES 

  1. NIGHT OF FEAR
  2. DON’T THROW STONES AT ME
  3. MOVE INTRO
  4. MOVE
  5. YELLOW RAINBOW

(ENHANCED STEREO VERSION)

  1. KILROY WAS HERE
  2. HERE WE GO ROUND THE LEMON TREE
  3. WEEKEND
  4. WALK UPON THE WATER
  5. FLOWERS IN THE RAIN
  6. USELESS INFORMATION
  7. ZING WENT THE STRINGS OF MY HEART
  8. THE GIRL OUTSIDE (ALTERNATE TAKE)
  9. FIRE BRIGADE
  10. MIST ON A MONDAY MORNING
  11. CHERRY BLOSSOM CLINIC
  12. VOTE FOR ME (ALTERNATE TAKE)
  13. NIGHT OF FEAR (ALTERNATE TAKE)
  14. DISTURBANCE (UN-DUBBED VERSION)
  15. FIRE BRIGADE (UN-DUBBED EARLY PIANO)

CD3:

BBC SESSIONS
JANUARY 1967 – JANUARY 1968 

  1. YOU BETTER BELIEVE ME
  2. NIGHT OF FEAR
  3. STOP, GET A HOLD OF MYSELF 

BBC LIGHT PROGRAMME “SATURDAY CLUB” 31ST JANUARY 1967 

  1. KILROY WAS HERE
  2. INTERVIEW WITH CARL WAYNE

     (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

  1. I CAN HEAR THE GRASS GROW
  2. WALK UPON THE WATER 

BBC LIGHT PROGRAMME “SATURDAY CLUB” 10TH APRIL 1967 

  1. MORNING DEW
  2. INTERVIEW WITH CARL WAYNE (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  3. STEPHANIE KNOWS WHO
  4. FLOWERS IN THE RAIN
  5. SO YOU WANT TO BE A ROCK AND ROLL STAR 

BBC LIGHT PROGRAMME “EASYBEAT”

14TH SEPTEMBER 1967 

  1. HEY GRANDMA
  2. CHERRY BLOSSOM CLINIC 

BBC RADIO ONE “TOP GEAR”

1ST OCTOBER 1967 

  1. FIRE BRIGADE
  2. WEEKEND
  3. IT’LL BE ME
  4. WALK UPON THE WATER

      (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

  1. USELESS INFORMATION 

BBC RADIO ONE “TOP GEAR”

28TH JANUARY 1968

The second album, Shazam, released in 1970, will be revisited with a 2CD set. It will include 37 bonus tracks, 12 of which are previously unreleased. The songs will included alternate mixes of singles as well as single issues and their B-sides. As with the debut, this set will also include a series of BBC sessions, 12 of which are the previously unreleased tracks mentioned earlier. The BBC sessions were recorded between May 1968 and November 1969. And like the debut reissue, the included booklet will feature restored artwork. a new essay and liner notes, and a poster.

Shazam – The Move (1970)

The Move Shazam

Tracklisting:

CD1:

“SHAZAM” – REMASTERED

  1. HELLO SUSIE
  2. BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER
  3. CHERRY BLOSSOM CLINIC REVISITED
  4. FIELDS OF PEOPLE
  5. DON’T MAKE MY BABY BLUE
  6. THE LAST THING ON MY MIND

BONUS TRACKS

  1. WILD TIGER WOMAN
  2. OMNIBUS 

A & B-SIDES OF MONO SINGLE 

  1. BLACKBERRY WAY
  2. SOMETHING 

A & B-SIDES OF MONO SINGLE 

  1. CURLY
  2. THIS TIME TOMORROW 

A & B-SIDES OF SINGLE 

  1. HELLO SUSIE (ABRIDGED US SINGLE VERSION)
  2. SECOND CLASS (SHE’S TOO GOOD FOR ME) 

RECORDED AT OLYMPIC STUDIOS – 23RD    

SEPTEMBER 1968 

  1. WILD TIGER WOMAN (STEREO MIX)
  2. OMNIBUS (FULL VERSION)
  3. CURLY (ALTERNATE MIX)
  4. THIS TIME TOMORROW (DEMO VERSION)

 CD2: 

BBC SESSION – 2ND MAY 1968 

  1. SOMETHING (DEMO VERSION)
  2. BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER (REDUCED MIX) 
  1. INTERVIEW WITH CARL WAYNE
  2. HIGHER AND HIGHER
  3. KENTUCKY WOMAN 

BBC RADIO SESSION – 4TH SEPTEMBER 1968 

  1. INTERVIEW WITH BEV BEVAN
  2. WILD TIGER WOMAN
  3. LONG BLACK VEIL
  4. PIECE OF MY HEART 

BBC RADIO SESSION – 6TH NOVEMBER 1968 

  1. GOING BACK
  2. BLACKBERRY WAY 

BBC RADIO SESSION – 18TH NOVEMBER 1968 

  1. CALIFORNIA GIRLS
  2. CHRISTIAN LIFE 

22ND APRIL 1969 

  1. BEV BEVAN INTERVIEW (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  2. BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  3. GOING OUT OF MY HEAD (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED) 

9TH JUNE 1969 

  1. EVIL WOMAN (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  2. CARL WAYNE INTERVIEW (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  3. CURLY (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  4. SOUND OF SILENCE (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  5. ABRAHAM, MARTIN AND JOHN (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED) 

18TH AUGUST 1969 

  1. OPEN MY EYES (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  2. HELLO SUSIE (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED) 

BBC SESSION – 13TH NOVEMBER 1969

  1. WALK RIGHT BACK (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
  2. FIELDS OF PEOPLE (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED) 

 

The First Two Albums By The Move To Be Reissued In Multi-Disc Sets, Expanded and Remastered (UK)

The Move, while a popular UK band, is best known as the precursor to the arrival of Electric Light Orchestra. Within its ranks, The Move incubated Roy Wood, Bev Bevan, and even – for a short period – Jeff Lynne. It wasn’t long after the arrival of Jeff Lynne that the idea of bringing together a Pop/Rock style with classical overtones (unlike Yes, or The Moody Blues) formulated by Roy Wood, would be put into motion in the form of a crafty indicator moniker of Electric Light Orchestra and a fleshed out band that included The Move’s drummer, Bev Bevan. Where ELO went from there is easily known history. What is not as well known outside the sphere of serious ELO fans is the Move.

The Move enjoyed a short but engaging history with its UK fans. Assembled in the mid-’60s, The Move, under the guidance of the immensely talented Roy Wood, enjoyed success with the issue of its self-titled debut (1968). Not long after, the band released their sophomore album, Shazam (1970). Both albums are classic documents of a band that was as impressive as anything being released at the time.

In celebration of both those gems, UK reissue label, Esoteric Records, will release two multi-disc Remastered and Expanded of both titles.

The Move will be reissued in a 3CD Deluxe set (track list outside the original songs not available as of yet). The followup album, Shazam, will be reissued on a 2CD Deluxe set. Both sets will be housed in a digipak package. Both sets are planned for reissue on April 29 in the UK.

The Move The Move   The Move Shazam