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Arthur Alexander - You Better Move On flac
Performer: Arthur Alexander
Title: You Better Move On
Label: Dot Records
Country: US
Released: 1962
Style: Soul, Rhythm & Blues
Cat: DLP 3434
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2222 mb | MP3 size: 1911 mb | WMA size: 2814 mb
Genre: Rythm
Tracklist

1Hey! Baby!
Written-By – Channel, Cobb
2:21
2Love Me Warm And Tender
Written-By – Paul Anka
2:04
3Don't Break The Heart That Loves You
Written-By – Davis, Murry
2:24
4You're The Reason
Written-By – Edwards, Henley, Imes, Fell
2:24
5Lover, Please
Written-By – Bill Swan
1:58
6A Thousand Stars
Written-By – Gene Pearson
2:57
7A Hundred Pounds Of Clay
Written-By – Elgin, Rogers, Dixon
2:23
8Love Letters
Written-By – Hyman, Young
2:27
9You Better Move On
Written-By – Arthur Alexander
2:44
10Funny How Time Slips Away
Written-By – Willie Nelson
2:45
11The Wanderer
Written-By – E. Maresca
2:32
12Young World
Written-By – Jerry Fuller
2:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DLP 3434Arthur Alexander You Better Move On ‎(LP, Mono)Dot RecordsDLP 3434US1962
CATLP123Arthur Alexander You Better Move On ‎(LP, Album, RE)Not Now MusicCATLP123UK2015
MCLD 19251Arthur Alexander You Better Move On ‎(CD, Album)MCA RecordsMCLD 19251UK1993
DLP 25434Arthur Alexander You Better Move On ‎(LP)Dot RecordsDLP 25434US1962
DLP 25434Arthur Alexander You Better Move On ‎(LP)Dot RecordsDLP 25434US1962

Credits

  • Arranged ByJim Hall
  • EngineerTommy Strong
  • ProducerNoel Ball

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): LPM-55761 Δ 4335 MR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): LPM-55762 Δ 4335-X MR

Companies

  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – Δ 4335

Video

Album

Arthur Alexander. You Better Move On: His Impressive 1962 Debut Album Bonus Track. The Orchard Music от лица компании Yeah Mama Records LatinAutor, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. EMI Better Move On - Arthur Alexander. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. You Better Move On is a 1961 rhythm and blues song by Arthur Alexander. It reached number 24 on the Billboard chart in March 1962. It was recorded in 1962 by Bobby Vee and then by both the Hollies and the Rolling Stones in 1964. It was also covered by Dean Martin in 1973, as well as George Jones and Johnny Paycheck for their 1980 collaboration album Double Trouble George Jones and Johnny Paycheck album. Album 1962 12 Songs. You Better Move On. R&BSoul 1962. R&B 2016. Love Letters. Hey Baby. You Better Move On Single Version. You Better Move On - The Best Of Arthur Alexander. 2,491 listeners. Play album. Arthur Alexander May 10, 1940 June 9, 1993, born in Florence, Alabama, was perhaps one of the biggest stars to arise out of the American country-soul scene. Working with Muscle Shoals, a pioneering record label, Alexander's You Better Move On was the label's first hit and perhaps his best-known song, covered by The Rolling Stones. Anna Go to Him a US rhythm and blues Top Ten Hit covered by The Beatles, Soldier of Love covered by The Beatles, Marshall Crenshaw and Pearl Jam and Set Me Free covered by Esther Phillips read more. Download and listen online You Better Move On by Arthur Alexander. Genre - Rock 'n' Roll. Duration 02:41. Format mp3. On this page you can download song Arthur Alexander - You Better Move On in mp3 and listen online. Rock 'n' Roll. Ready Steady Go, Vol. 6 Race With The Devil CD1. Album: The Ultimate Arthur Alexander 1961. Charted: 24. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Arthur Alexander was born in Florence, Alabama, which had the good fortune of being the original site of FAME Studios, home of the Muscle Shoals sound. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 18th 1962, you Better Move On by Arthur Alexander entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 87 and on April 15th it peaked at 24 for 1 week and spent 12 weeks on the Top 100. The Rolling Stones covered it on their debut EP release, The Rolling Stones, in 1964