Adios Amigo

V.A.




basic information

release date 1994 Oct, 13
country of manufacture U.S.A.
label Razer & Tie
catalog no. RT 2814 / 7 93018 28144 7 [UPC Cass.], 7 93018 28142 3 [UPC CD]
format Cass., CD
note of registration P & ©1994 Razier & Tie Music
recording Studio 900 and Sound On Sound, NYC by Jimmy Douglas and Joe Johnson; River Sound and Power Play, NYC by Jimmy Douglas; Pilot, NYC by Will Schillinger, Gordon Davies; Hormone, NYC by Jon Tiven; Skruggs Studios, Nashville by Greg England; Creative Workshop, Nashville by Joe Funderburk; Church Studios, London by Mike Gregovich; The Townhouse, London by Neil Brockbank; Abbey Road, London by Darren Godwin; Full Sail/Platinium Post, Orlando by Gary Platt
mixing Jon Tiven and Jimmy Douglass
mastering n/a
production Jon & Sally Tiven
credits Thanks Lucy Tiven, Dab & Linda Penn, Donna Fritts, Spooner & Karen Oldhaus, Abdrew Loog Oldham, John Horwood, Cliff Chenfeld, Craig Balsam, Seth Brandler, Rob Kemp, Erica Barrone, Jacquie Rivera, Buffy Thibodeaux, Jon Phelps, Camilla McGuinn, Melant & Ed Rogers, Garry Jones, Jake Riviera, Anne Weldon, Laurie Anderson, Lenell Alexander, Garry Velletri, Paul Clementis, Anne Selznick, Buzz Cason, Thomas Cain, Allan Peppers, Vin Scelsa, David Hinckley, Howard and Ruth Tiven, Norma Bishop, Flash Fleischman, Ken Goes, Ed Bicknell, Paul Wexler, Al Bunetta, Dan Einstein, Bill Siddons, Bob Krasnow, Glen Matlock, Jonathan Greenfield, Kay MacCauley, Noel Fox & Maypop Music, Dave Tucker, Travis Wammack, Bobby Weinstein, Charlie Feldman, Adrian Berwick, Fran Fried, Steve Zuckerman, Richard Younger, Helen Jackson, Donald Lenz, Steve Hoffman, Mike Ragogna, Scott Barkham, Joel Kerr, Gene Paul. Chrissie Hynde, Robert Epstein, Gene Harvey, Joel Newman, Mindy Glasberg, Barbara Shelley, Gary Nicholson, Dave Amblin, Katie Hill, Jolie Parker, PeterLubin, Maty Paula Allegaert

musicians

Mark Knopfler electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Chuck Jackson vocals
Muzz Skillings bass

tracks [CD]

5 you better move on [3:41]

lyrics

5

you better move on
(Arthur Alexander)

You ask me to give up the hand of the girl I love
You tell me I'm not the man she's worthy of
But who are you to tell her who to love?
That's up to her, yes, and the Lord above
You better move on
Well, I know you can buy her fancy clothes and diamond rings
But I believe she's happy with me without those things
Still you beg me to set her free
But, my friend, that will never be
You better move on
I can't blame you for lovin' her
But can't you understand, man, she's my girl?
And I'm never gonna let her go
'cause I love her so
I think you better go, now, I'm gettin' mighty mad
You ask me to give up the only love I've ever had
Maybe I would, oh, but I love her so
Never gonna let her go
You better move on (you better move on)
You better move on (you better move on)
You better move on (you better move on)
You better move on (you better move on)
You better move on (you better move on)
You better move on (you better move on)

Fade

You better move on

©Gil Music Corp. (BMI)

notes

Taken from the booklet:

Arthur's groundbreaking first Dot single was also the first hit produced at Rick Hall's original FAME studio in Muscle Shoals. Released in late 1961, it entered the charts in early '62, eventually reaching #24 following Arthur's appearance on American Bandstand in March. A favorite of The Rolling Stones, it was covered on their 1963 December's Children album, and later recorded by Johnny Rivers, Bobby Vie, Mink DeVille and Jones/Johnny Paycheck.
"My criteria for that song was Ben. E. King's 'Stand By Me' and Chuck Jackson's 'Any Day Now' and 'Save The Last Dance For Me'," Arthur explained. It's only fitting that Chuck Jackson interpret the lyric here with help from Dire Strait's Mark Knopfler on guitar.

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remarks of the author:
Mark (electric guitar) performed this song already live on a promotion event for the Randy Newman album 'land of dreams' 1988, together with Randy Newman (vocals, piano), Marcus Miller (bass, background vocals), Hiram Bullock † (acoustic guitar, background vocals), Omar Hakim (drums) and Philippe Saisse (keyboard). This was aired on NBC's late-night televisionshow 'Sunday Night' [season #1, episode #106] 6. Nov. 1988 hosted by Jools Holland and David Sanborn.

you better move on [ca. 3:00]

revised
22.04.2017

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