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Not Moving - Sinnerman (Psychobilly Cover)

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From '' Black 'N' Wild '' Label: Spittle Records -- SP 1020 NM 001 EP Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP Country: Italy Released: 1985 Tracklist A1 Crawling A2 Eternal Door B1 Goin' Down B2 I Just Wanna Make Love To You http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6Xt1F... B3 Sinnerman (hidden track) Vocals - Lilith Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals - Dome La Muerte Bass, Artwork By - Dany D. Drums - Tony F. Keyboards - Maria Severine ------------------------ "Sinner Man" or "Sinnerman" is an American traditional spiritual song that has been recorded by a number of performers. The song dates to the turn of the 20th century but most modern recorded versions derive from the 1956 recording by Les Baxter, further changes and additions were codified in 1959 by the folk music group the Weavers. The Weavers' performance of the song appears on their compilation albums Gospel and Reunion at Carnegie Hall Part 2. The Nina Simone recording "Sinnerman" is one of Nina Simone's most famous songs and she recorded her definitive 10-minute-plus version on her 1965 album Pastel Blues. Simone's version of Sinnerman has been sampled by Kanye West for the Talib Kweli song "Get By", by Timbaland for the song "Oh Timbaland", and by Felix da Housecat for Verve Record's "Verve Remixed" series (1rst posthume music video directed by J.G Biggs). It has also been covered by 16 Horsepower on their album Folklore, and by Zegota on their self-titled 7". French rapper Abd al-Malik sampled Simone's version for the title track of his 2006 album "Gibraltar". He also sampled Simone's version of "See Line Woman" for the track "Le grand frère" from the same album. Versions of "Sinnerman" were featured in 1999's The Thomas Crown Affair, in the 2004 film Cellular by David R. Ellis, and in three 2006 films: Michael Mann's Miami Vice, The Golden Door by Emanuele Crialese, in the closing scene of David Lynch's Inland Empire, and during a chase scene midway through the 2007 documentary Sharkwater by Rob Stewart. On TV, the song was heard in episode 10 of season 6 of Homicide: Life on the Street, at the end of episode 6 of season 4 of Entourage, and in episode 11 season 1 of Scrubs. An instrumental section is used by Australian Network Ten during its Australian Football League broadcasts. Peter Tosh and the Wailers versions "Sinner Man" has also been recorded as a reggae interpretation several times by the Wailers. It was first recorded by the group at Studio One in Kingston, Jamaica in early 1966; Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer shared lead vocals. The Tosh solo version was covered by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor on her 2005 album Throw Down Your Arms, and by the ska-punk band Goldfinger. Other versions The Seekers, Three Dog Night, John P. Kee, 16 Horsepower, Soda & His Million Piece Band, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Lauryn Hill and 1960s Spanish folk group "Nuestro pequeño mundo". An interpretation was recorded by Yoko Kanno as a background track for an episode of Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG entitled "Vegetarian Dinner". A hard rock version was recorded by the band Extra Fancy in 1996. It was a minor hit on MTV2, and was also featured on the cartoon series, Mega Man, which is based on the best-selling video game series and character of the same name by Capcom. An instrumental variation titled "Guru / Sinnerman" was recorded by indie-rock band Plants and Animals for their 2007 EP With/Avec. The Canadian section of the Ukrainian youth orgranization Plast has adapted a translated version, sung regularly at campfires. It is unknown when it was first sung. The Von Trapp Children have recorded a version for their A Capella CD. "Spot Light on Bud and Travis" Liberty Records side one LRP3138 Gordon Lightfoot and Terry Whelan recorded Sinnerman in 1962 as the Two Tones. Sinnerman (Heavenly House mix) by Felix Da Housecat, from the 2003 CD entitled Verve Remixed. American blues duo Black Diamond Heavies recorded a version for their 2008 album, "A Touch of Someone Else's Clas...