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“Move It On Over” by Hank Williams

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    “Move It On Over” by Hank Williams is a country song from 1947.

    Song Title: Move It On Over
    Artist: Hank Williams
    Genre: country
    Lead Vocals: Hank Williams Sr.
    Guitar: Hank Williams
    Rhythm Guitar: Louis Innis
    Electric Guitar: Zeke Turner
    Steel Guitar: Smokey Lohman
    Bass: Brownie Reynolds
    Fiddle: Tommy Jackson
    Recorded: 21 April 1947, Castle Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
    Released: 6 June 1946
    Label: MGM 10033

    This song is the number eight (8) song of 1947 according to Digital Dream Door’s Adam.

    Number of listens: 5881
    Current rank: 1320 (updated weekly)
    Highest rank: 1151 (play the video all the way through to register a vote for this song)

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    Summary quotation from Wikipedia:

    “Move It On Over” is a 12-bar blues song written and recorded by the American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1947. The song was Williams’ first major country hit, reaching #4 on the Billboard Country Singles chart.

    The song is considered very influential to later rock-and-roll. The song’s lightweight subject matter and composition very closely resemble that of “Rock Around the Clock,” released seven years later, which would go on to become the first hit rock and roll single.

    The song follows a man who is forced to sleep in the doghouse after coming home late at night and not being allowed into his house by his wife. In the decades since its release, the song has been covered a number of times by artists such as Ray Charles, Bill Haley, Tiny Hill and the Hilltoppers, George Thorogood, Travis Tritt with George Thorogood (on the 1999 King of the Hill Original Soundtrack album), and Williams’ son Hank Williams Jr.

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