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LastDodo number
1233669
Area
Vinyl records and CDs
Title
Move it on Over
(Guest) Artist
Label
Release number
10033
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Year
1947
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released 1947 The first real country charts hit (No. 4) by Hank Williams. Very influential for early rockabilly. Origin of this song: Joe Jackson "Kansas City Blues" from 1927. Very popular, 1 million were sold. 1927 Kansas City Blues - Joe Jackson 1929 Going To Move To Alabama - Charley Patton 1947 Move it on over - Hank Williams. 1952 Sundown Boogie - Bill Haley 1954 Rock around the clock - Bill Haley Joe Jackson 1927 http://www.youtube.com/user/Joehilllouistwo#p/f/6/RMBO2Sb_91k Charley Patton 1929 http://www.youtube.com/user/Joehilllouistwo#p/f/6/UuY6NROhCQw Hank Williams 1947 http://www.youtube.com/user/Joehilllouistwo#p/f/6/-Lza3NVH6Ig Bill Haley 1952 http://www.youtube.com/user/Joehilllouistwo#p/f/6/2M3MDs3L7GA Bill Haley 1954 http://www.youtube.com/user/Joehilllouistwo#p/f/6/O21xFX7QBpE 47S123-1 - - 4/22/47 47S125-3 - - 4/23/47

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Composer / Arranger
Lyricist

A : Move it on Over

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B : (Last Night) I Heard You Crying in Your Sleep

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