Shazam is the second album by The Move, originally released in the UK in February 1970. The album marked a bridge between the band's quirky late 60s pop singles and the progressive, long-form style of Roy Wood's next project, the Electric Light Orchestra. It was the last Move album to feature the group's original lead vocalist, Carl Wayne.
Essentially The Move's 1969 stage act captured on record, with its mixture of California psychedelia, heavy metal riffs, thundering drums and quotations from classic composers, the album was generally praised by critics and is generally regarded as the band's best album.
"It's wildly inventive music and, as pure sound, the Move may never have been better than they are here..." - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
1. Hello Susie
2. Beautiful Daughter
3. Cherry Blossom Clinic Revisited
1. Fields Of People
2. Don't Make My Baby Blue
3. The Last Thing On My Mind