“Yes, Yes and thrice Yes!! This bunch are a Swedish group and if you
liked Sweden’s The Strollers then you will want this disc without doubt.
The Movements have a strong affinity to the ‘Paint It Black’ school of
minor key modal scale lead lines, but played on farfisa organ rather
than guitar. Add some strong fuzztone guitar, well mixed back, leaving
the keyboard to carry the melody and add a confident vocal, cleanly
recorded and you have a perfect modern ’60s album.
~ Paul Martin (Shindig magazine)
It is also not unduly
reminsent of Sean Bonniwell’s Music Machine at times, and that’s no
small compliment! This is a blinding set from start to finish. The
Swedes and the Spanish (see Winnerys review further on) seem to be the
global hubs for inventively modern 60s rooted music. From the opener ‘It
Starts With A Whisper’, you know you will be on this ride until the
end. The end comes 11 songs later with ‘Space Autopsy’ which is a great
whirlwind of a number coloured by bleeps and various noises which
conjure up a late 60s episode of the popular British science programme
Tomorrow’s World take on what the future will sound like. I recommend
this one very strongly and you can find out how to get it via their
website, don’t hesitate!”
Hello Folks wish you a relaxed nice sunday all out there wherever you are. To this band Paul Martin of Shindig magazine have all said. If you love psychedelic pop with minor scales and all what a nice sixties psychedelic pop sound needs you are right here. I only can recommend it. You can buy it here.