The Move - Great Move! The Best Of The Move mp3 album
Very Best of the Move Remastered Salvo 2009. Best of: Move Repertoire 1997.
In other words, a film's commercial success (Oscars & BAFTA Awards), and greatness in direction, screenwriting and production, is how I ranked the films on this list. They travel to California, suffering the misfortunes of the homeless in the Great Depression.
These are the best movies of all time, ranked by movie experts and film fans alike. So, what are the best movies of all time? The list includes a wide range of films, from art house European cinema to top action films and blockbusters to established, highly-regarded classics of the Golden Age of Hollywood
The title is really a misnomer; it includes much of the best of the Move, but can hardly stake a claim as a definitive collection, as it only covers their final years in the early '70s. Which isn't to say it isn't good. This is basically a spruced-up version of their final album, Message From the Country (1971), with the addition of five bonus tracks from early-'70s singles
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.
EMI Legends Of Rock n'Roll Series. Actually 'Message From The Country' album plus five bonus tracks (11-15).
For most Americans, Birmingham's Move straddled both categories, as incomprehensible as Brinsley Schwarz or Pink Floyd. And except for a dream project Move latecomer Jeff Lynne got going with soon-estranged mastermind Roy Wood long before the Move broke up, no one has ever sounded remotely like them. True, that project was the Electric Light Orchestra-conceived by Wood, eventually taken over by Lynne. But bear with me. Admit that Lynne's ELO hit machine was hookier than Yes or King Crimson if not Beethoven or Tchaikovsky. And then believe that Wood's ELO sound lab clomped more.
The best movies in theaters, the best movies on Netflix, the best movies everywhere. No one gets away clean.
His movie about the 1912 sinking of the world's biggest cruise liner was the most expensive made, suffered a difficult, overrunning shoot, and was predicted to be a career-ending flop. But it turned out to be one of the most successful films ever made (in terms of both box office and Awards), and made him King Of The World. The result is the movie on his CV which best balances art and entertainment. Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef are great value as Blondie and Angel Eyes, but it's Eli Wallach's Tuco who steals this Wild West show: "When you have to shoot, shoot.
|1||Message From The Country||4:46|
|4||Don't Mess Me Up||3:11|
|5||Until Your Moma's Gone||5:03|
|6||It Wasn't My Idea To Dance||5:28|
|8||Ben Crawley Steel Company||3:02|
|9||The Words Of Aaron||5:25|
|13||Down On The Bay||4:13|
- Manufactured By – EMI Manufacturing (USA)
- Mastered At – Tower Mastering
- Pressed By – EMI Jax
- Compilation Producer – Ron Furmanek
- Compiled By – Steve Kolanjian
- Coordinator – Vincent M. Vero*
- Executive-Producer – Bruce Harris
- Liner Notes – Ira Robbins
- Mastered By – Kevin Reeves
- Mastered By [Digital Transfers] – Ron Furmanek
NotesPrinted in USA
Mastered from the original 2-track master mixdown tapes.
Actually Message From The Country plus five bonus tracks (11-15)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 7777-96060-2 3
- Barcode (Scanned): 077779606023
- Matrix / Runout: 96060-2 MO RE1 L4521G
- Matrix / Runout: Y 1-1-1 EMI JAX
|CDP-596060||The Move||Great Move! The Best Of The Move (CD, Comp, Club)||EMI, United Artists Records||CDP-596060||US||1994|