You Gotta Move (track) by The Rolling Stones
You Gotta Move appears on the following album(s) by The Rolling Stones:
- Sticky Fingers (track #5) (this album) (1971)
- Love You Live (track #9) (1977)
- From The Vault: L.A. Forum (Live In 1975) (track #7) (2014)
- Sticky Fingers Live (track #5) (2015)
- L.A. Friday (Live 1975) (track #7) (2014)
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To get why this song is here you have to understand Delta Blues and how much it influenced the Stones, especially on their next album
Works better than country honk, which is similarly disruptive, but this one is less of a “low-effort goof”. Still should objectively not be here to follow one of the grooviest songs ever written.
If this album has a low point, this would be it. Still a good song though.
After four stunning masterpieces in a row this comes as a slight disappointment. It's decent enough and has a gritty authenticity about it but it just halts the energy of the album after the preceding four tracks. Still, it's very good, but it just seems a little out of place on side one.
Amazing slide work.
If you like country blues (wich I do) this could arguably be one the best tracks on the record.
Worst on the album by far
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