YOU BETTER MOVE ON

Latest update on 10/11/2016

Artist: Arthur Alexander
Author: Arthur Alexander
Label: Dot
Year: 1961

First hit single coming out of producer Rick Hall's first studio in a former tobacco barn and so the first step in the Muscle Shoals success story. Accompanied by Dan Penn and his white buddies The Pallbearers. The proceeds were invested in Rick's new location on East Avalon. See: Steal Away.

Covers:

1962:

Bobby Vee

1962:

Debbie Reynolds [as (The Answer To) You Better Move On]

1963:

Rolling Stones

1963:

Alain Dumas [as Tu peux t'en aller]

1964:

Dave Berry

1964:

Hollies

1965:

Johnny Rivers

1965:

Bill Black's Combo

1966:

Leaves

1969:

Brenda Lee

1971:

Billy 'Crash' Craddock

1972:

Travis Wammack [hardly recognizable version in a Marvin Gaye way]

1973:

Dean Martin

1981:

Mink DeVille

1981:

George Jones & Johnny Paycheck

1990:

Katy Moffatt

1995:

Chuck Jackson & Mark Knopfler [on Adios Amigo tribute cd]

1995:

Piet Veerman [als You'd Better Move On]

1998:

Sugar Ray

2008:

Levon Helm

See also: Sally Sue Brown and Anna (Go To Him).

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