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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) "Fire Brigade" Single by The Move from the album Move B-side Walk Upon the Water Released February 1968 Format 7" Recorded 20 February 1968, at Maximum Sound Studios, London Genre Rock music Length 2:20 Label UK Regal Zonophone US A&M Writer(s) Roy Wood The Move singles chronology "Flowers in the Rain" (1967) "Fire Brigade" (1968) "Wild Tiger Woman" (1968) "Fire Brigade" is a song written by Roy Wood and performed by The Move, with Wood on lead vocal. The song contains a guitar figure straight out of Duane Eddy. Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols admitted some years later that this guitar had strongly influenced him when they were writing their single, "God Save the Queen". "Fire Brigade" influenced "Firehouse" from the self-titled debut album by Kiss. Released as a single in Britain in February 1968, it reached number three in the UK Singles Chart. A cover version was recorded by The Fortunes and released as a single in the U.S., but did not chart. The book included with the 4-CD boxed set 'The Move Anthology', released in October 2008, noted that sessions for the song began on 16 November 1967 at Olympic Studios in Barnes, London. 'Anthology' includes both the finished version which was released as a single, as well as an early, previously unreleased version with Matthew Fisher of Procol Harum on piano. An earlier retrospective release, the 3-CD 'Movements', from 1997, also has two slightly different recordings - the final version, and an undubbed one, before backing vocals, tambourine and opening 'fire engine' sound effects were added. v · d · eThe Move Roy Wood  · Carl Wayne · Bev Bevan · Trevor Burton · Ace Kefford · Rick Price · Jeff Lynne Studio albums Move · Shazam · Looking On  · Message from the Country Live albums Something Else from The Move Singles "Night of Fear" · "I Can Hear the Grass Grow"  · "Flowers in the Rain" · "Cherry Blossom Clinic" (cancelled) · "Fire Brigade" · "Wild Tiger Woman"  · "Blackberry Way" · "Curly" · "Brontosaurus" · "When Alice Comes Back to the Farm · "Ella James" · "Tonight" · "Chinatown"  · "California Man" · "Do Ya" Related articles Electric Light Orchestra · Wizzard · Steve Gibbons This 1960s pop song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e