The Moving Day
Walt Disney | 1936

This classic Mickey Mouse, Donald and Goofy cartoon depicts the three in a bind and they need to move before their furniture is auctioned off. Unfortunately for them their furniture doesn't want to leave and the results are hillarious!

Move On Now
Hard-Fi | 2005

‘Stars of CCTV’ is Hard-Fi's debut album, ‘the album of the year’ upon its U.K. release in 2005. They sound like a garage band while delving into the monotony of everyday suburban life, referring to their small town upbringing. Thus a raw kind of work ethic gradually emerges on Stars of CCTV.

The easy way
Move in with style

You don't want these people to move your expensive stuff. Fun to watch if you know that this is not your furniture...

Move On Up
Curtis Mayfield | 1970

Curtis Mayfield embraced the most progressive soul sounds of the era, stretching them out compellingly on numbers like ‘Move On Up’ –from his first solo album ‘Curtis’–, but also drew on orchestral sounds (especially harps), to achieve some striking musical timbres and wove all of these influences, plus the topical nature of the songs, into a neat, amazingly lean whole.

Move on Up a Little Higher
Mahalia Jackson | 1948

General critical consensus holds Mahalia Jackson as the greatest gospel singer ever to live; a major crossover success whose popularity extended across racial divides, she was gospel's first superstar, and even decades after her death remains, for many listeners, a defining symbol of the music's transcendent power.