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In December 1970.

In December 1970, “Fly” label released “Looking On”, the third Move album. It was recorded May – September 1970, at “Advision Studios” and “Philips Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne. “Looking On” was band’s first album containing entirely original compositions, and the first one to feature Jeff Lynne.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood- vocals, oboe, sitar, banjo, slide guitar, cello, guitars, bass, saxophones
  • Jeff Lynne- vocals, piano, guitars, percussion, drums
  • Bev Bevan– drums, percussion
  • Rick Price– bass
  • P. Arnold, Doris Troy— backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Looking On – Roy Wood
  2. Turkish Tram Conductor Blues – Roy Wood
  3. What? – Jeff Lynne
  4. When Alice Comes Back to the Farm – Roy Wood
  5. Open Up Said the World at the Door – Jeff Lynne
  6. Brontosaurus – Roy Wood
  7. Feel Too Good – Roy Wood

 

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In November 1975.

In November 1975, “Jet” label released “Mustard”, the second Roy Wood album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Phonogram Studios” and “De Lane Lea Studios” in  London, and was produced by Roy Wood.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood – all instruments, vocals, engineer
  • Annie Haslam, Phil Everly – vocals
  • Rick Price – bass, percussion, vocals, photography
  • Dave Donovan – drums
  • Dick Plant – engineer, vocals
  • Roger Wake, Mike Pela – engineer
  • Beverly Parker – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Wood.

  1. Mustard
  2. Any Old Time Will Do
  3. The Rain Came Down on Everything
  4. You Sure Got It Now
  5. Why Does Such a Pretty Girl Sing Those Sad Songs
  6. The Song
  7. Look Thru’ the Eyes of a Fool
  8. Interlude
  9. Get On Down Home

In December, 1970.

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In December 1970, “Fly” label released “Looking On”, the third Move album. It was recorded May – September 1970, at “Advision Studios” and “Philips Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne. It was band’s first album to feature Jeff Lynne, and first one containing entirely original compositions.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood- vocals, oboe, sitar, banjo, slide guitar, cello, guitars, bass, saxophones
  • Jeff Lynne- vocals, piano, guitars, percussion, drums
  • Bev Bevan- drums and percussion
  • Rick Price- bass
  • P. Arnold, Doris Troy — backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Looking On – Roy Wood
  2. Turkish Tram Conductor Blues – Roy Wood
  3. What? – Jeff Lynne
  4. When Alice Comes Back to the Farm – Roy Wood
  5. Open Up Said the World at the Door – Jeff Lynne
  6. Brontosaurus – Roy Wood
  7. Feel Too Good – Roy Wood

On October 8, 1971.

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On October 8, 1971, “Harvest” label released “Message from the Country” the fourth and last The Move album. It was recorded 1970 – 1971, at “Olympic Studios” and “Philips Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood– lead and backing vocals, guitars, steel guitar,  recorders,  bass, clarinet, bassoon, tenor and baritone saxes
  • Jeff Lynne– lead and backing vocals, guitars, piano, percussion, Wurlitzer electric piano, tack piano, Moog
  • Bev Bevan– drums, percussion, backing vocals, lead vocal
  • Rick Price– bass

Track listing:

  1. Message from the Country – Jeff Lynne
  2. Ella James – Roy Wood
  3. No Time – Jeff Lynne
  4. Don’t Mess Me Up – Bev Bevan
  5. Until Your Mama’s Gone – Roy Wood
  6. It Wasn’t My Idea to Dance – Roy Wood
  7. The Minister – Jeff Lynne
  8. Ben Crawley Steel Company – Roy Wood
  9. The Words of Aaron – Jeff Lynne
  10. My Marge – Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood