Notorious for demolishing TV sets on stage and for provoking injunctions from the Prime Minister, the Move were one of the more controversial groups of the 60s.
Today founder member Carl Wayne looks back to those heady years and plays records by artists such as Eddie Cochran, The Moddy BLues, Sam Cooke and Joe Cocker.
Join composer, conductor, pianist and compere
Henry Mancini at a concert recorded at the Barbican Hall, London with the Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra. Together they perform music from The Thorn Birds and Out of Africa,
The Pink Panther and Mancini's first Oscar-winning song, Moon River.
Introduced by Peter Clayton Producer ANTHONY PUGH
(A BBC Transcription Service digital recording)
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