|Single by Bob & Earl|
|B-side||"I'll Keep Running Back"|
|Genre||Rhythm and blues|
|Label||Marc Records 104|
|Songwriter(s)||Bob Relf/Earl Nelson|
|Bob & Earl singles chronology|
The original single, co-arranged by Barry White and Gene Page, peaked at #44 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #36 on the Cash Box chart. The record was a commercial failure when first released in the UK in 1963, but on reissue in 1969 peaked at #7. It was released on Marc Records, a subsidiary of Titan Records.
In 2003, the original Bob & Earl version of the song was ranked #23 by the music critics of The Daily Telegraph on their list of the "50 Best Duets Ever". The song was used in the 2017 Edgar Wright film Baby Driver.
|Single by The Rolling Stones|
|from the album Dirty Work|
|B-side||"Had It with You"|
|Released||February 28, 1986|
|Recorded||April - October, 1985|
|Genre||Pop rock, dance-rock|
3:23 (7" single)|
6:19 (12" "London Mix")
6:35 (12" "New York Mix")
|Songwriter(s)||Bob Relf, Earl Nelson|
|Producer(s)||Steve Lillywhite and The Glimmer Twins|
|The Rolling Stones singles chronology|
The Rolling Stones' cover version, with Bobby Womack on backing vocals, appeared on their 1986 album Dirty Work, and went to #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #13 in the UK. Keith Richards had been looking for songs to possibly include on the album and had been working up songs with Ronnie Wood and Womack while waiting for Jagger to return to the studio in Paris after doing promo work on his solo album. To Richards' surprise, Jagger liked the feel and cut the vocals quickly. It became the first cover song the Stones had released as an opening single off a new studio album since 1965. It opens with:
You move it to the left and you go for yourself
You move it to the right yeah if it takes all night
Now take it kinda slow with a whole lot of soul.
In 1986, a 12" extended single mix of the song was released. One side contained the "London Mix" and ran 6:19. The other side had a "New York Mix" and ran 6:35. Both mixes were variations of the 7" mix. The "New York Mix" is available on the CD, Rarities 1971–2003, although it has been edited to 5:48. Both full-length 12" versions can be found on Disc 25 of Singles 1971–2006.
The Rolling Stones produced an accompanying three-minute music video, which combined live-action and animation. The live-action was directed by famous animation director Ralph Bakshi and the animation was directed by future The Ren & Stimpy Show creator John Kricfalusi. Other animators who also worked on the video included Lynne Naylor, Jim Smith, Bob Jaques, Vicky Jenson, Pat Ventura and two other unknown animators.
|Australia (Kent Music Report)||6|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||13|
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||4|
|Belgium (VRT Top 30 Flanders)||4|
|Canada (RPM 100 Singles)||5|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||11|
|Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)||5|
|Netherlands (Single Top 100)||5|
|New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)||1|
|Poland (Polish Singles Chart)||24|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||10|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||13|
|US Billboard Hot 100||5|
|US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play1 ||4|
|US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales1 ||5|
|US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks||2|
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