From German television in 1967, please enjoy the original five piece lineup of The Move...
...with astounding performances of "Walk Upon the Water," "I Can Hear the Grass Grow" and "Night of Fear."
I think I may have posted this here six or seven years ago, but it had apparently vanished from YouTube for a while, so when I stumbled across it the other day I figured it was time to re-up.
About the band, I can only say a) it's a major cultural crime that these guys never played in America (or got any airplay) at this point in their history and b) they're fucking fantastic. The only group of the day I can think of with this much raw talent and a front line with four strong voices was Moby Grape.
On the other hand, watching lead singer Carl Wayne's stage shtick, with the benefit of hindsight, it's not really a surprise he nudged, briefly and disastrously, the band onto the cabaret circuit or that he eventually wound up doing musical theater and more or less disavowing his rock career.