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You Gotta Move
by Rolling Stones
"You Gotta Move" is a traditional African-American spiritual song. Beginning around the 1940s, the song has been recorded by a variety of gospel musicians: Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1950), the Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama (1953), and the Hightower Brothers (1956). The Reverend Gary Davis recorded the song in 1962.
In 1965, Mississippi bluesman Fred McDowell recorded it as a slow, slide guitar Hill country blues solo piece and changed some of the lyrics.
The Stones regularly performed "You Gotta Move" during their 1969 US tour. They recorded a version at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama in December 1969, with later recording in England in 1970. It was later included on their 1971 album Sticky Fingers, which credited McDowell as the songwriter. Mick Taylor's electric slide guitar accompaniment mirrors that of McDowell.

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I'm going to be a little less active on here for a while, but I'll pop by when I can.
Some (not entirely unexpected) news I received on Thursday has forced me to focus my attention on other more pressing matters.
Jam on Jukers!
1971 - Rolling Stones Records
Posted: 23rd September 2018
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