MOVE - Message From The Country (Capitol Records – ST-811) USA 1971 LP (Pop Rock, Art Rock, Rock & Roll) | vinyl: NM (mint-) little hairlines visible, which does not effect play | cover: VG++ (excellent)
Message from the Country is the fourth and final studio album by the Move, as well as the group's only album for EMI's Harvest label.
By the time of Message from the Country, the band members had long since lost interest in the Move, and had already joined a newly formed band, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO).
|A1||It Wasn't My Idea||5:31|
|A3||Message From The Country||4:45|
|A4||The Words Of Aaron||5:26|
|A5||Ben Crawley Steel Co.||3:07|
|B1||Until Your Mama's Gone||5:06|
|B4||Don't Mess Me Up||3:11|
MOVE Message From The Country (Capitol Records – ST-811) USA 1971 LP (Pop Rock, Art Rock, Rock & Roll)
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