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The original plan formulated by Burton, Kefford, and Wood was to start a group consisting of Birmingham’s supposedly best musicians and create a look and sound similar to The Who.The Cedar Club on Constitution Hill hosted late night jam sessions and it was there where the future Move members first got together on stage.116 Wharfside Street The Mailbox Birmingham B1 1RF Open in maps To speak to an Everyman representative at our customer care office please call us on 08 (calls cost 13ppm plus your telephone company's access charge).The Mailbox can be easily accessed via Birmingham's main train station: Birmingham New Street, with connections to all parts of the UK and serves all train operators including Virgin, Cross Country and London Midland.Please let us know if you would prefer your vintage newspapers to be sent second class (which could be cheaper for you). We are willing to send vintage newspapers without the signed for option if the value of the package is less than £25, but please be aware that items sent without tracking have no insurance/protection, so we will not reimburse you if you choose the no tracking option and the item gets lost in the post. One of the most successful pop groups to come out of Birmingham in the 1960s in terms of British chart success, they were also the hardest to categorize musically as their style ranged from pop to psychedelic, progressive, heavy metal, 1950s style rock ‘n’ roll and even country and western.For information on booking disabled access seats please click here to contact the venue.
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Above all, it was Roy Wood’s talent as a highly original songwriter that propelled the band on an extended chart run.
Many songs that Roy Wood composed for The Move in the first few years were considered by some to be drug inspired but in reality, a lot of his early lyrics were written while supposedly attending classes at the Moseley School of Art while he was there as a student.
Despite the groups’ controversial reputation and almost constant inner turmoil, The Move laid the foundations of what was to become one of the biggest and most successful rock bands of the 1970s.