Move is the eponymous debut album by British rock group the Move, released in April 1968 through Regal Zonophone Records. The album features ten Roy Wood compositions, along with three covers which had been a prominent part of the group's live act. The album was sporadically recorded between January 1967 and February 1968 at Advision, De Lane Lea and Olympic Studios in London during gaps in their tight recording schedule when the group wasn't booked for any performances.
Delayed by missing master tapes, the album featured two previously released singles: "Flowers in the Rain" and "Fire Brigade", both of which reached the top-five in the UK Singles Chart. It was the only album by the Move to feature original bassist Chris "Ace" Kefford, who left the band shortly after the release in the spring of 1968.
The album itself was also the only album by the Move to chart in the UK, reaching number fifteen on the charts during the early summer of that year.