The fifth album from this British band.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of congas, drums, bass, guitars, clarinet, piano and vocals.
Stray, due to some dubious managers who then ripped them off and did not fulfilled the promises they gave the band, was a band very much flying under the radar during their career.
That is a shame as this band has released some decent albums.
Move It is a rock album.
Stray has put the brakes on a bit from their earlier albums. The music on Move It is a fresh breeze compared to their socalled prog rock album Mudanzas.
There is a lot of 1960s in their music and some really good harmonies. The music sounds actually pretty much like an indie band in today's day and age.
The songs are also good and this album, which I did not have any hopes for whatsoever, did make me sit up and really take notice.
This is an album worth checking out.