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Youre The Reason - Arthur Alexander - A Shot Of Rhythm And Soul (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Karan

    You Better Move On (GV + 2 Bonus Tracks) by Arthur Alexander - Vinyl LP () for $ from lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfo R&B / Soul - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. Kabar

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Shot of Rhythm and Soul - Arthur Alexander on AllMusic - - This track compilation LP made up of Arthur 9/
  3. Tusida

    ARTHUR ALEXANDER Vinyl Records and CDs Born: May 10, , Florence, Alabama Died: June 9, , Nashville, Tennessee Arthur Alexander was a southern soul/ country soul singer who was one of the first to record at a prototype Muscle Shoals Studio.
  4. Molrajas

    Arthur Alexander (May 10, – June 9, ) was an American Country Soul songwriter and singer. Jason Ankeny, music critic for AllMusic, said Alexander was a "country-soul pioneer" and that, though largely unknown, "his music is the stuff of genius, a poignant and deeply intimate body of work on par with the best of his contemporaries." Alexander's songs were covered by .
  5. Mausho

    Arthur Alexander You Better Move On Vinyl LP MONO Dot Records DLP EX Favourite Auctions A Shot Of Rhythm And Soul: CH Ace: LP, Compilation,, UK: Arthur Alexander: You're The Reason / Go Home Girl: 45 .
  6. Tami

    Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album including 14 bonus tracks. In the early s, southern soul singer/songwriter Arthur Alexander made a handful of single records that inspired a generation of artists. His Top 40 hit, 'You Better Move On', helped kick-start the famed Muscle Shoals music scene/5(37).
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    Artist Release Name lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Arthur Alexander: Arthur Alexander: BS Warner Bros. Records: Album, LP,, US: Arthur Alexander.
  8. Akinozuru

    Arthur Alexander, born in Sheffield, Alabama, in , was the first hit artist to emerge from Rick Hall's Muscle Shoals studio with a beautifully understated interpretation of the self-penned 'You Better Move On' () — a seminal per-formance, reflected by many later southern soul hits.

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