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Get a Move on
Mr Scruff
Get a Move on
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
 
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Includes Two Versions of the Title Track plus "ug-carthy" and the Enhanced Video.

      
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All Artists: Mr Scruff
Title: Get a Move on
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ninja Tune
Original Release Date: 4/27/1999
Re-Release Date: 5/4/1999
Album Type: Single, EP
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Ambient, Electronica, Trip-Hop, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 625978308028

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Includes Two Versions of the Title Track plus "ug-carthy" and the Enhanced Video.

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Get a Move On, Getamoveon
Michael Ashley Schulman, Cfa | Newport Beach, CA, USA | 03/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Excellent jazz/dance tune: blends styles and crosses genres while maintaining the cool of lounge jazz and 'hip' verve of a fashionable club or `in the know' venue. Mr. Scruff is the "Moby" of modern jazz (in the most complimentary way).

The single is excellent, but I might suggest purchasing the full "Keep it Unreal" album that spawned it."
Lincoln Commercials
Kenneth G. Sodergren | Arlington, TX United States | 10/30/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Yes, the is the song they play in the Lincoln commercials. Enjoy."
Mr. Scruff and Moondog cross referred
Lawrence Miller | Pineville, NC United States | 12/03/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Right here on Amazon.com, if you look up Moondog, you are cross-referred to Mr. Scruff. And vice versa. Which is interesting because:When I first heard the melody in use in 2002 for Lincoln Town Car TV commercials, I recognized the melody (at least I think I did) as "Bird's Lament," a Moondog melody originally reocrded by him in the late '60s for Columbia, now on the CD Moondog, also on Columbia, and rerecorded by him on Atlantic a few years ago as "sax pax for a sax."Moondog was blind, died a few years ago. The Mr. Scruff single CD does not credit Moondog (Louis Hardin) for the tune so is it a coincidence as with George Harrison and "My Sweet Lord"/"He's so Fine"? It seems to credit someone named Carthy. So I dunno. I'd love to hear more about this. Maybe it's a puzzle meant to be solved."