Download links and information about Shazam by The Move. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 6 tracks with total duration of 40:30 minutes.
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|3.||Cherry Blossom Clinic Revisited||7:43|
|4.||Fields of People (featuring Various Artists)||10:54|
|5.||Don't Make My Baby Blue (featuring Various Artists)||6:17|
|6.||The Last Thing On My Mind||7:35|
Since The Move’s 1970 LP Shazam was to be the last recording with the band’s original singer, Carl Wayne, it also displays a duality in style. The first half is all Ron Wood. “Hello Suzie” blends the stompy bottom end of what would become British glitter rock with Wood’s love for The Byrds’ 12-string Rickenbacker jangle and a muscled, Beatlesque production that contrasts melodious harmonies and gruff lead vocals. With powerful orchestral arrangements, the following song, “Beautiful Daughter,” plays like a pocket symphony—it’s only two minutes and 42 seconds long. This stands in stark contrast to the nearly eight-minute epic “Cherry Blossom Clinic Revisited,” a psychedelic expansion of “Cherry Blossom Clinic” from The Move's eponymous 1968 debut. What would be side two (were this on vinyl) is an all-covers affair that starts with a kaleidoscopic take on Ars Nova’s “Fields of People,” replete with baroque instruments playing over a bombastic rhythm section. “Don't Make My Baby Blue” flirts with ‘70s hard rock while “The Last Thing on My Mind” grasps at the dimming light of ‘60s psychedelia.