Welcome To Stopadoodledoo's Retro World



Welcome fellow retroettes to my blog the date is 19th January 2011 but im hoping to take you back to the far off days of black and white TV and the sounds of the 50's 60's 70's & 80's music, films, & products, of those far off days when everything was a whole lot better.

No rules really just no swearing and i ask if you take anything from this site you please do not put it anywhere else this is for YOUR personal pleasure Only and if you need to join the larger files please use Hjsplit.

I'm Now Going To Concentrate On The Charts From 1952 - 1990 The Whole Top 40's Or What They Were Back In The Day. If Anythings Down Please Message Me So I Can Then Sort.

So sit back and enjoy with me once again the golden age of RETRO.

Stopadoodledoo..........A.K.A. Jimbo.

Friday, 17 February 2017

The Move - 1966 - 1972 The Anthology

Another Request Thrown In With 4 Carl Wayne Bonus Track's Here's The Move's Anthology 1966 -1972.
“A Magnetic Wave Of Sound…” More than 40 years in the making. 62 career-spanning tracks and well over three hours of Move magnificence on one superbly remastered 4-CD box set! Classic hit singles, b-sides, choice album cuts, a wealth of previously unreleased material including never-before-heard songs, demos, alternate takes & live recordings from 1966-72. The full-colour 72-page booklet with rare & unseen photos & memorabilia includes extensive 10,000-word Move history & band interviews with complete track-by-track info & UK discography. The story of The Move is as mad, bad and dangerous as any rock’n’roll tale gets. The cast includes four loutish hot-heads, one shy songwriter, and a scheming, Mexican ’tached manager. And let’s not forget one furious British Prime Minister. Travelling with the band in the back of the van is one nasty looking axe and a case of smoke bombs. Chasing them out of the nation’s clubs and ballrooms is a queue of fist-waving venue managers demanding explanations for the crowd disturbances and splintered stages. That’s hardly the start of it. There’s a quite brilliant procession of singles that helped create a second golden age of British pop. Secret service agents loitering menacingly in the shadows. Acid-induced breakdowns. Boozy blackouts. A High Court appearance decked out in granny perms, floral jackets and dark glasses. Probably the most notorious and costly postcard ever produced. High jinx with Jimi Hendrix. Endless rows, punch-ups and changes in personnel. And, quite possibly, the most protracted split in pop history. On a happier note, The Move’s work has never been so highly regarded, and this latest, career-crunching 4-CD collection, the sovereign set in Salvo/Fly’s programme of 40th anniversary releases, presents the band in various hues. From Who-influenced mod mavericks to beat group harmony specialists, flower power opportunists to power pop sophisticates, and psychedelic jamming band to progressive and hard rock pioneers, The Move are revealed here as a defining example of late ’60s /early ‘70s pop era eclectics.
Disc 1
01. 02:03 - You're The One I Need 
02. 02:51 - I Can't Hear You No More 
03. 02:04 - Is It True 
04. 02:28 - Respectable 
05. 02:28 - Night of Fear [Alternate version] 
06. 02:03 - Disturbance [Undubbed alternate version] 
07. 03:18 - I Can Hear The Grass Grow [Full-length version] 
08. 02:08 - Move 
09. 02:58 - Wave The Flag And Stop The Train 
10. 02:59 - (Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree 
11. 01:08 - Flowers & Lemon Tea [Tony Visconti talks to the players...] 
12. 02:29 - Flowers In The Rain 
13. 02:31 - Cherry Blossom Clinic [Enhanced stereo] 
14. 02:50 - Vote For Me 
15. 02:26 - Fire Brigade [Early piano version - rough mix] 
16. 02:57 - Useless Information 
17. 02:43 - Yellow Rainbow [Enhanced stereo] 
18. 02:43 - Kilroy Was Here [Enhanced stereo] 
19. 02:23 - Fire Brigade 
20. 02:59 - The Girl Outside [Elternate take] 
21. 02:31 - Mist On A Monday Morning [Enhanced stereo] 
22. 02:35 - Flowers In The Rain [Acoustic version - rough mix] 

23. 02:06 - Simple Simon [Backing track take 6 - rough mix] 

Disc 2
01. 00:19 - Move Bolero [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
02. 02:41 - It'll Be Me [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
03. 02:32 - Too Much In Love [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
04. 02:28 - Flowers In The Rain [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
05. 02:31 - Fire Brigade [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
06. 03:10 - Stephanie Knows Who [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
07. 02:21 - Somethin' Else [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
08. 03:13 - So You Want To Be A Rock'n'Roll Star [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
09. 04:44 - The Price Of Love [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
10. 04:07 - Piece Of My Heart [Live At The Marquee 1968] 
11. 04:04 - (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher [Live At The Marquee 1968] 

12. 06:55 - Sunshine Help Me [Live At The Marquee 1968] 

Disc 3
01. 02:32 - Somethin' Else [EP version] 
02. 05:19 - Sunshine Help Me [EP version] 
03. 02:35 - Wild Tiger Woman [UK single edit] 
04. 03:53 - Omnibus [Enhanced stereo] 
05. 03:42 - Blackberry Way 
06. 03:53 - A Certain Something [Piano version - rough mix] 
07. 02:46 - Curly 
08. 01:27 - Second Class [She's Too Good For Me] Part 1 
09. 02:15 - Second Class [She's Too Good For Me] Part 2 
10. 02:37 - Beautiful Daughter [Reduced mix] 
11. 03:42 - This Time Tomorrow 
12. 03:34 - Hello Susie [Abridged] 
13. 06:16 - Don't Make My Baby Blue 
14. 07:37 - The Last Thing On My Mind 
15. 06:50 - Open My Eyes [Live at the Fillmore West 1969] 

Disc 4
01. 10:04 - I Can Hear The Grass Grow [Live at the Fillmore West 1969] 
02. 03:18 - Brontosaurus [US promo edit] 
03. 03:43 - When Alice Comes Back To The Farm 
04. 04:53 - Turkish Tram Conductor Blues [Take 5; rough mix] 
05. 08:16 - Feel Too Good 
06. 03:13 - Lightnin' Never Strikes Twice 
07. 03:14 - Ella James 
08. 02:55 - Tonight [US edited single] 
09. 03:14 - Do Ya [Edited version] 
10. 03:08 - Chinatown 
11. 03:37 - California Man 
12. 01:19 - The Duke Of Edinburgh's Lettuce 

Bonus Tracks
01.Carl Wayne - Hi Summer
02 Carl Wayne - My Girl And Me
03.Carl Wayne & The Vikings - What's The Matter Baby
04. Carl wayne & The Vikings - Your Loving Ways
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