The Move - Greedy Girls mp3 album
Move is the debut album by The Move, released on the Regal Zonophone label. The only one which was recorded by the group’s initial line-up before bassist Ace Kefford left, it includes both sides of their third and fourth singles ("Flowers in the Rain" and "Fire Brigade"). Flowers in the Rain" was the first ever song played on Radio 1 in September 1967 by Tony Blackburn.
The Move were a British rock band of the late 1960s and the early 1970s. They scored nine Top 20 UK singles in five years, but were among the most popular British bands not to find any real success in the United States. Although bassist-vocalist Chris "Ace" Kefford was the original leader, for most of their career the Move was led by guitarist, singer and songwriter Roy Wood.
There's a good reason why the Move's eponymous 1968 debut album sounds like the work of two or three different bands - actually, befitting a band with multiple lead singers, there's more than one reason. First, there's that lead singer conundrum.
When the Stones released 'Some Girls' in 1978, it was a pretty contentious time in rock history. Disco was storming the charts, and punk (and, slowly but surely, hip-hop) was spilling over from the big cities. Rock fans were so riled by this point that they began staging anti-disco crusades around the country. So imagine their surprise when the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band opened their new album with 'Miss You,' a disco-blues hybrid conceived during a jam session between Mick Jagger and keyboardist Billy Preston . After the album's release, Jagger said that the band didn't set out to make a disco record. But it's hard to overlook the influence of late-'70s .
like yo-yo (down) You can say I'm greedy 'cause I always want more (more) I don't fuck with holmes 'cause they with some slow-pokes (lame) Ooh, money on monsoon (ooh), baby girl, full moon (ayy) Give these niggas with some money some room She don't stop, batteries not included (go) Oh, big ballin' like Mutombo Much. tonight, but that don't mean she a freak ho Fuck with dancers and models, shout out them girls who get dollars Shawty came from the bottom, yeah, shout out Keisha Bottoms Couple cases of Rosé, came out to me with the sparklers I pour up for all the girls, but I'ma drink out the bottles. Powerglide appears on the Rae Sremmurd side of the duo’s highly anticipated SR3MM triple-disc album. Leading up to its release, this song was heavily teased on social media.
Girls have been the subject of a steadily building buzz based on some excellent singles, and they deliver on that promise here in a big wa. And make no mistake; most of the songs on the Girls album are about, well, girls. Owens reportedly wrote much of the album in the aftermath of a bad breakup. There's one song called "Laura" and another called "Lauren Marie", so he's presumably got someone in mind. But he never falls into emo laceration, instead delivering his sentiments with conversational directness: "You've been a bitch, I've been an ass/ I don't wanna point the finger; I just know I don't like this, I don't wanna do this.
|A||Greedy Girls (Extended Version)||6:40|
|B1||Greedy Girls (Monkey Mix)||5:38|
- Edited By – Dave Ogrin
- Mixed By – Chilly "B"*, Cozmo "D"*, Dave Ogrin
- Producer – Chilly "B"*, Cozmo "D"*, The Move
- Written-By – M.B. Cenac*, T. Clair
NotesProduced for Jam-On Productions
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