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Hank Williams Move it on over 78 rpm 1947

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Published on Jul 30, 2010

Hank Williams first real country charts hit (nr. 4).

Very influential for early rockabilly.

The origin of this number Joe Jackson's Kansas City Blues from 1927.
Very popular there were 1 million sold.

Early predecessors and follow ups

1927 Kansas city blues Joe Jackson

1929 Going To Move To Alabama Charley Patton

1947 Move it on over Hank Williams.

1952 Sundown Boogie Bill Haley

1954 Rock around the clock Bill Haley
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