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Name:the move 1970 looking on[

Total Size: 165.50 MB

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01 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Looking On.mp3 (Size: 165.50 MB) (Files: 35)

 01 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Looking On.mp3

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 01 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Looking On.sfv

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 02 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Turkish Tram Conductor Blues.mp3

11.13 MB

 03 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - What¿.mp3

15.50 MB

 04 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - When Alice Comes Back To The Farm.mp3

8.71 MB

 05 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Open Up Said The World At The Door.mp3

16.66 MB

 06 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Brontosaurus.mp3

10.27 MB

 07 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Feel Too Good.mp3

22.06 MB

 08 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Lightnin' Never Strikes Twice.mp3

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 09 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Looking On Part 1 (take 3; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

10.48 MB

 10 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Looking On Part 2 (take 12; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

11.13 MB

 11 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Turkish Tram Conductor Blues (take 5; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

11.24 MB

 12 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Open Up Said The World At The Door (take 4; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

3.34 MB

 13 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - Feel Too Good (take 11 extract; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

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 14 The Move - Looking On [Deluxe Expanded Edition] - The Duke Of Edinburgh's Lettuce (take 2; rough mix - previously unreleased version).mp3

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Torrent description

Artist....: The Move
Title.....: Looking On(Expanded)
Rel. Date.: 1970
Type/Genre: rock
Size......: 165
Format....: mp3
Bitrate...: 320

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Tracks:

01. "Looking On" (Wood) – 7:48
02. "Turkish Tram Conductor Blues" (Bevan) – 4:38
03. "What?" (Lynne) – 6:42
04. "When Alice Comes Back to the Farm" (Wood) – 3:40
05. "Open Up Said The World At The Door" (Lynne) – 7:10
06. "Brontosaurus" (Wood) – 4:25
07. "Feel Too Good" (Wood) – 9:30

Bonus tracks:
08. "Lightnin' Never Strikes Twice" (Price/Tyler)
09. "Looking On Part 1 (take 3; rough mix)" (Wood)
10. "Looking On Part 2 (take 12; rough mix)" (Wood)
11. "Turkish Tram Conductor Blues (take 5; rough mix)" (Wood)
12. "Open Up Said The World At The Door (take 4; rough mix)" (Lynne)
13. "Feel Too Good (take 11 extract; rough mix)" (Wood)
14. "The Duke Of Edinburgh's Lettuce (take 2; rough mix)" (Wood/Lynne)

"Looking On" is generally regarded as the hardest rocking, least popular and most eclectic album in the Move's catalogue, as it presents the band dabbling in heavy metal ("Brontosaurus," "When Alice Comes Back To The Farm"), blues ("Turkish Tram Conductor Blues"), prog-style epics ("Open Up Said The World At The Door"), soul ("Feel Too Good"), or, in the case of the title track, all four styles mashed together.

It's also the first LP to feature both Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne as a tandem, with Wood’s use of cello and woodwinds and Lynne's vocals anticipating the work they would later pursue in the Electric Light Orchestra, whose debut album they were starting to record at around the same time. The jazzy fills on the title track also serve as a signpost of the style that Wood would later develop in Wizzard and the Wizzo Band.

The Move was effectively a dead band walking when Lynne joined in February 1970 after fronting (and producing) The Idle Race. Wood had wanted to launch a new group with Lynne that would feature rock and strings -- to pick up, in theory, where the Beatles' "I Am The Walrus" had left off -- and retire the Move immediately. But despite mainstream media reports that the Move were finished -- with Wood's blessing -- contractual obligations and management pressure kept the brand name kicking, regardless of the drastic changes in sound and personnel.

Undaunted, Wood and Lynne took the opportunity to begin work on the embryonic ELO project in the studio and get the Move off the road, for the most part -- the occasional live set in 1970 usually featured most of the tracks on "Looking On," a cover of the Beatles' "She's A Woman," and just one of Wood's classic singles, "I Can Hear The Grass Grow."

Both composers saw the forthcoming album as a chance to experiment with motifs that they could apply to future recordings. Indeed, in July, during the "Looking On" sessions, the band recorded "10538 Overture," a Lynne composition that was originally intended to be a Move 'B'-side. It never got there. When Wood overdubbed a monster cello riff over the basic track 15 times over, he and Lynne decided they'd found the template for something even better than they'd originally planned -- a ground-breaking hit that could launch the ELO with a bang. Their instincts were eventually proven right, although the "10538 Overture" didn't wind up crashing the UK charts until the summer of 1972.

While Lynne was trying out longer and more complex songs and harmonies (foreshadowing the "ELO 2" album by a few years), Wood was trying to play (and successfully) every instrument he could get his hands on. He's credited with handling no fewer than seven of them on "Looking On" -- including the oboe, sitar, cello, bass, saxophone, and the 'banjar,' a banjo rigged to sound something like a cross between a pedal steel guitar and a sitar (featured on "Turkish Tram Conductor Blues"). In addition to guitar and piano, Lynne plays drums on the album's closer, "Feel Too Good," a track that also features P.P. Arnold and Doris Troy on backing vocals and ends with an (uncredited) doo-wop-style coda, "The Duke Of Edinburgh's Lettuce."

Just as "Shazam" had gotten lost in the wake of Carl Wayne's departure and Wood's new, wild on-stage persona, "Looking On" was not a hit. Nor was it extensively promoted by Fly, in part because the Move had fled the company to join EMI's new Harvest label shortly after sessions for the album were completed.

Not surprisingly, the final product was regarded by some critics as uneven, noodling, and self-indulgent. Four of the record's seven tracks are longer than six minutes in length, and drummer Bev Bevan recently told journalist Mark Paytress that even he felt the LP was "ploddy."

Nevertheless, the high points of "Looking On" are widely rated among Wood's most beloved compositions. "Brontosaurus" was eventually covered by Move fans Cheap Trick, and "Feel Too Good" was later featured on the soundtrack of the movie "Boogie Nights."

"Looking On" has been reissued on CD with various combinations of bonus tracks, including in 1998 by Repertoire, and most recently by Salvo in 2008

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