The Move - Stephanie Knows Who (Live 1968, Marquee Club) Arthur Lee, Love, Da Capo.





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Published on May 18, 2009

The Move - Stephanie Knows Who

From Something Else EP, 1968

Written by Arthur Lee

When the Move were reaching the peak of their popularity after a burst of fine psychedelic-tinged power pop singles, they issued this rather odd live five-song EP consisting entirely of covers. If nothing else, it proves the Move were a dynamic live act with an eclectic range, to say the least, as they cover tunes by the Byrds, Love, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Spooky Tooth on this set. They really burn it up, in fact, on the Byrds' "So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star" and Love's "Stephanie Knows Who," with spinning and frenetic guitar work. The rest of the set is more routine, coming off more as a tribute to some of their idiosyncratic favorites

What's in your life, dear Stephanie
What's in your life for me
Aches and pains they cloud your sight
But tired you did you said you did
What can I say, dea Stephanie
Who shal I next inform
Of love and poetry that you bring
Your eyes, your hair, your everything
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Come on, come on, come on, come on
What am I now, dear Stephanie
Am I you in disguise
The words they come so naturally
I save them all for Stephanie, yeah
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Come on, come on, come on, come on
Hey, all right
Talk to me all the time
From A to Z and in between
Say it sweet all the time
All the time, yeah ...

Love - Stephanie Knows Who - from Da Capo LP


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