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Stock Photo - THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. From left: Ace Kefford, Carl Wayne, Roy Wood, Trevor Burton, Bev Bevan

Stock Photo - THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967.

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THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. from left: Roy Wood, Carl Wayne

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THE MOVE UK pop group about 1967. From left: Roy Wood, Bev Bevan

THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. From left: Bev Bevan, Trevor Burton

THE MOVE UK pop group in April 1967. From l: Carl Wayne, Trevor

THE MOVE UK pop group about 1967. Clockwise from top left: Trevor Burton,

Original members of British pop group The Move at their manager's office in London From left. Roy Wood

THE MOVE UK pop group about 1968 clockwise from top left: Roy Wood, Carl

THE MOVE AT THE HIGH COURT: September 1967 L-R: Tony Secunda, Roy Wood, Bev Bevan, Ace Kefford, Trevor Burton and Carl Wayne (Photo copyright Bobby Davidson ...

THE MOVE UK pop group in September 1967. From left: Trevor Burton, Roy

Ace Kefford (December 20, 1946) American bassist, o.a. known from the band the Move.

Photo of MOVE LR Ace Kefford Trevor Burton Carl Wayne Bev Bevan Roy Wood posed group

THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. From left: Trevor Burton, Roy Wood

THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. From left: Bev Bevan, Ace Kefford

The Move was a pop-psych band from Birmingham that formed in late 1965 with original members Roy Wood (guitar, vocals), Ace Kefford (bass, vocals), ...

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THE MOVE UK pop group in 1967. From left: Carl Wayne, Ace Kefford

Sixties Brum rock legends The Move: Carl Wayne, Bev Bevan, Ace Kefford,

Original line-up 1967

PARK Photo of Ace KEFFORD and Trevor BURTON and Roy WOOD and Carl WAYNE and MOVE

THE MOVE UK group in January 1967 From left Chris Kefford Bev Bevan Carl Wayne Roy

Formed by Roy, Bev, Trevor, Ace Kefford and Carl Wayne, who died in 2004, The Move were one of the great pop combos of the 60s.

Notable tunes included the 1812 Overture-quoting "Night of Fear," a #2 UK hit in 1967; the mod/psych "I Can Hear the Grass Grow" (#5 UK hit 1967); the ...

Roy Wood Photos - British rock group The Move outside the Royal Courts of Justice on

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The Move back row Bev Bevan and Roy Wood. Front row Chris 'Ace'

The Move once again came under Don Arden's management and Roy Wood, now firmly in artistic control of the band, asked his friend Jeff Lynne from The Idle ...

Rave Magazine June 1968 (Cilla Black/Honeybus/Herd/Monkees/Ace Kefford

The Move "Sound of Silence" (speed adjusted)

Jeff Lynne On The Move, The Idle Race and ELO | Louder

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GANGSTERS L-R: Trevor Burton, Bev Bevan, Ace Kefford, Carl Wayne and Roy Wood (Photo copyright Bobby Davidson 1966 / Move Productions 2005, ...

You know, I came to The Move late. I thought that I didn't really like the band based simply on hearing "California Man" and "Brontosaurus" which, ...

The Move, 1969. Photograph: Brian Moody/Rex Features

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THE MOVE - UK pop group in January 1967. From l: Chris Kefford,

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Top selling rock band The Move in their 1960s heyday

The Move - Tired Of Being Lonely BBC Unreleased.

The Move Albums: songs, discography, biography, and listening guide - Rate Your Music

The Move - Fire Brigade

The current line-up of The Move. From left to right: Tony Kelsey

THE MOVE: ALWAYS AND FOREVER; BELATEDLY (2015): Classic pop, great

During the late '60s, you just couldn't take your eyes off The Move - five " Ace Faces" who'd perfected their craft on Birmingham's buoyant beat scene, ...

MARQUEE Photo of MOVE LR Roy Wood Carl Wayne Ace Kefford performing live onstage

Released in 1968, Move, released here in a 3-CD edition, shines -- at least in spots -- as the equal to the Beatles' output in roughly the same era.

The Move 1967 Colour Pic

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... the re-mastered Shazam album, now as per the original vinyl release, has the "false-start" at the beginning of the track 'Don't Make My Baby ...

... The Move [Roy Wood, Trevor Burton, Chris 'Ace' Kefford, Carl Wayne and Bev Bevan] made their live debut on the night of Sunday 23rd January 1966 at The ...

T.I. and YG pose backstage at the 32nd Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction

Move 1967. Carl Wayne: "We were, because it was a new, fresh energetic band in which there was no disharmony on a personal level. Before the singles we were ...

"I did ask him to be part of it, but he didn't want to. That's his decision.

A new Move single titled 'Wild Tiger Woman', that had controversial lyrics, was issued in July 1968 but did not chart so became the group's first failure.

The Harold Wilson episode strained and ultimately ended the relationship The Move had with Tony Secunda and the band secured Don Arden as their new ...

"Page Boys!" 1967

There have been many compilations featuring The Move through the decades .

Any fans of this classic British act? Not only did they essentially morph into ELO, the band spawned the mighty Roy Wood, one of England's most beloved cult ...

The Move - Turkish Tram Conductor Blues (1970)

The MOVE 1968 Bev Bevan Carl Wayne Roy Wood Trevor Burton

Inductee Niles Rodgers attends the 32nd Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at

We plan to run the Orchestra and the Move as two separate units. But the rumours that The Move will break up before the autumn just aren't true."

L-R: Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood, Bev Bevan and Rick Price (Photo copyright EMI Records, not for reproduction)

The Move - I Can Hear The Grass Grow (1967)

One of the first photographs of The Move from 1966; Carl is 2nd from the

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Looking back now, it makes perfect sense that I got into The Move so late, even after reading about them before. They remain a hard band to pin down, ...

The Move in 1967

Sometimes great bands and albums don't bubble to the surface of fame, depriving fans of brilliant music. The Move is one of those acts and its wondrous pop ...

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Meanwhile, the Electric Light Orchestra (or E.L.O.) now under Jeff Lynne's artistic control, along with remaining original Move member Bev Bevan and ...

BIRMINGHAM rock legend Roy Wood has vowed never to work with former bandmate Bev Bevan again following a big clash over a new version of their 60s band The ...

PARK Photo of Trevor BURTON and MOVE and Roy WOOD and Ace KEFFORD and Bev BEVAN

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I said to Roy, 'Wouldn't that make a great song title?', and he went off and wrote the song."

Vote For Me: The flip for the proposed 'Cherry Blossom Clinic' 45 until it was pulled. An obvious crack at the political establishment in the wake of the ' ...

Music Book. Roy Wood

as the band plays ominous/sinister sounding music and everyone (led by Roy's distinct voice) does a sort of chant (described by them as "Hammer horror film ...

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Unfortunately, the Prime Minister in question, Harold Wilson, took the offending promotional postcard somewhat to heart and sued Regal Zonophone, the band's ...