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If you've read some of our other articles, you'll know that Trevor Burton helped form one of Britain's leading rock bands of the sixties, Birmingham-based The Move.  The Move were a headline act throughout the country scoring nine Top 20 UK singles in 5 years. The original members were - apart from our very own Trevor Burton on guitar and vocals, Bev Bevan on drums, Roy Wood on guitar and vocals, Chis "Ace" Kefford on bass and vocals and Carl Wayne on vocals. Jeff Lynne later joined on vocals, guitar, bass guitar and keyboards and the trio of Bevan, Wood and Lynne transformed into what would become one of Britain's leading global and iconic brands - The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). But Trevor had left before then in 1969 because he wanted to work in a more hard rock/bues oriented style.  So this article explores some of the original sounds of The Move with a few snippets of: "I can Hear The Grass Grow", "Blackberry Way" and "Curly".

I Can Hear The Grass Grow

Blackberry Way

Curly

 
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