9 thoughts on “ I Got To Move On - Kracker - Kracker Brand (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Kracker Kracker Brand German Promo vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. For A Little Love 2. I'm So Glad I Found You 3. Memories 4. Wake Up, People 5. Mary Cool 6. A Song For Polly 7. Travel Agent 8. I Got To Move On 9. But Not For Me Funky, Funky Living: Condition.
  2. View all records by Uncle Kracker for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  3. KRACKER Kracker Brand ( UK track vinyl LP, produced by Jimmy Miller and featuring Bobby Keyes, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows some noticeable edge wear and one small area of paper loss in the top right corner, whilst the vinyl displays only minor signs of play - priced advantageously COC).
  4. May 01,  · KRACKER - KRACKER BRAND 1 LP MADE IN UK ROLLING STONES RECORDS COC Matrix: ROLLING STONES RECORDS COC A1 / ROLLING STONES RECORDS COC B2 Side A: 1. For A Little Love 2. I'm So Glad I Found You 3. Memories 4. Wake Up, People 5. Mary Cool Side B: 6. A Song For Polly 7. Travel Agent 8. I Got To Move On 9. But Not .
  5. Uncle Kracker not only goes the indie route on 's Midnight Special but he's making a move toward the country. He's working with producer Keith Stegall, best-known for his work with Alan Jackson and the Zac Brown Band, and he's co-written the entire album with a bunch of Music City pros.
  6. Uncle Kracker turns many a clever phrase on this album and I love good word play, so I really appreciate that. Mostly though, the reason I am back to replace a CD that I over-loved by dragging it everywhere is that a lot of the tracks on here Move Me Like a Memphis Soul Song/5(66).
  7. The Official Youtube Channel for Uncle Kracker. Official Music Video for “No Time To Be Sober” Directed, Shot and Edited by Madison Blue Shafer and Troy Averie Shafer.
  8. KRACKER Vinyl Records and CDs. American Rock Band from Florida. They signed late a contract with Henry Stone of Dash Records (TK Records) for his last album, "Hot". A mix of Funk-Dance-Rock. Not to confuse with the Rock Bands "Uncle Kraker", or the 70s band live act from Spokane, Washington, USA.

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