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  1. Listen free to The Move – Anthology (You're The One I Need, I Can't Hear You No More and more). 62 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.coinfo
  2. Exciting news for fans of this legendary Brum group is the long-awaited release of their live concert performance recorded in at the famous Fillmore West in San Francisco, California. This double-CD set is significant as the only 'complete' recording of a Moveconcert .
  3. The power of this set, along with the blistering version of "I Can Hear the Grass Grow" and the Nazz's "Open My Eyes" from the Fillmore West in , may be the biggest revelation of the set, and it's also why this collector-bait heavy box isn't just for collectors. Sure, this is loaded up with rarities, but it does give the arc of the band's 8/
  4. The Move - Anthology (4 CD's Box Set) The power of this set, along with the blistering version of "I Can Hear the Grass Grow" and the Nazz's "Open My Eyes" from the Fillmore West in , may be the biggest revelation of the set, and it's also why this collector-bait heavy box isn't just for collectors. The Warner Bros. Recordings (
  5. The Move were a British rock band of the late s and the early s. They scored nine top 20 UK singles in five years, but were among the most popular British bands not to find any real success in the United States. Although bassist-vocalist Chris "Ace" Kefford was the original leader, for most of their career the Move was led by guitarist, singer and songwriter Roy Wood.
  6. Apparently the Move always did a lot of covers in their live set. On the third disc, we have Second Class(Too Good For Me), an instrumental backing track which later became She's Too Good For Me on Roy Wood's solo album Boulders, a country-rock song that I love and played on guitar years ago. Then there's Todd Rundgren's Open My Eyes/5(32).
  7. The Move — one of Nazz's main influences — played "Open My Eyes" and "Under The Ice" during live sets in , as documented on the version recorded at the Fillmore Auditorium included on 's The Move Anthology. Rundgren commented in that he was unaware of this until that album was released.
  8. Live at the Fillmore The Move. Right Recordings - RIGHT get not only the entire catalogue but also the 4-CD box set, Anthology , if you can track it down, 'cause there's a ton of alt recordings, Open My Eyes (Todd Rundgren) Don't Make My Baby Blue (Mann / .
  9. And I can't see a thing but the fire in your eyes Clear my eyes, make me wise Or is all I believe in lies I really don't know when or where to go And I can't see a thing 'til you open my eyes I've been told by some you'll forget me The thought doesn't upset me I am blind to whatever they're saying And all I can see is the fire in your eyes.

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