The Move: The Best Of The Move
Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, May 1974
IF THER IS one band whose legendary attributes and entangled history need no longer be catalogued, that band is the Move. True, of all the British bands whose American breakthrough has been stifled by unfortunate circumstances, the Move were among the most deserving of greater fame. That recognition, however, has at least come their way posthumously, by means of increasingly fervent fan activity for both splinter groups (Wizzard and The Electric Light Orchestra) and two fine anthology albums.
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