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The Move: Reissues

Album Review

Overlooked studio set and a live EP, with loads of extras.

Having unleashed their debut LP only two years earlier, The Move were beginning to splinter by the start of 1970. Vocalist Carl Wayne quit after the release of second album, Shazam, while resident songwriting genius Roy Wood had one eye on a proposed new project with the band’s freshest recruit, Jeff Lynne. Indeed, sessions for the first Electric Light Orchestra album were already under way by the time The Move were making Looking On (8/10).


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