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You Gotta Move. Mississippi Fred McDowell. The Best of Mississippi Fred Mcdowell. 03:24 Writer: Fred McDowell / Composers: Fred McDowell. 19. Jim and John. Ed Young. 59 Blues. 03:08 Composers: Ed Young - Lonnie Young. 02. Baby Please Don't Go. Mississippi Fred McDowell Mississippi Fred McDowell / Composers: Mississippi Fred McDowell.
McDowell learned to play the blues in the 1920s, from records of Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charlie Patton, and Eli Green, among others. Late in life, his music achieved great visibility when one of his classic tunes, "You Gotta Move," appeared on the Rolling Stones' "Sticky Fingers." Some cuts to 4.6/5(15). This version has a cover with a blue background and is titled "You Gotta Move." Tracks 1 to 15 recorded at Fred McDowell's house near Como, Miss., February 13, 1964. Tracks 16 & 17 recorded near Holly Springs, Miss., March 1965. Tracks 18 & 19 recorded in Berkeley, CA, July 5, 1965.3/5(1).The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Ed Young, Unidentified prisoners - I'll Be Mississippi Fred McDowell. You Got to Move.