Chuck Berry - More Chuck Berry album flac
Title: More Chuck Berry
Style: Rock & Roll
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Chuck is the eponymous (posthumous) twentieth and final studio album by American rock and roll singer and guitarist Chuck Berry, released in June 2017. Berry died between the announcement of its recording on his 90th birthday in October 2016 and its release. It (posthumously) became his first UK Top 10 chart entry since 1977, debuting at No. 9. This is the first Berry studio album to be released in almost four decades
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Chuck Berry/More Chuck Berry - Студийный альбом от Chuck Berry. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:05:00. CHUCK BERRY "Carol" 2. 1.
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Complete your Chuck Berry collection. This 1967 album consists of re-recorded version of Chuck Berry's Chess label classics for his new label, Mercury. All of these songe were recorded at Technasonic Studios in Clayton, Missouri in October and November, 1966. Chuck himself was in full charge of the sessions from beginning to end.
FILE - Chuck Berry plays "Johnny B. Goode" at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. The album, called Chuck, has 10 songs, including eight written by Berry. The album has new songs that he had been writing since 1991. The sound is similar to the original style that first made Berry popular. Berry told journalists in 2012, It’s the same type of music I’ve been playing. As soon as I can get someone to guide me in that, I’m gonna come back and push ‘em out, if you know what I mean. Chuck Berry's new album, titled, "Chuck. Paul Roper is head of Dualtone Records which produced the album. He says the album is special for Chuck Berry’s family.
More Chuck Berry was a compilation album that made perfect sense in England. England's Decca label had held the distribution rights to the Chess label in England until 1958, and had gotten exactly one LP of his material out - the rights shifted to Pye Records in 1960, who rushed out his then current album and a 14-song LP (Chuck Berry) of some of his best songs from the years up to 1960, and then. Drawn on earlier singles and material off of albums up through Rockin' at the Hops (which Pye had missed out on), it wasn't much less coherent a record than most of Chess' own releases, though one wishes they'd found a track other than "Anthony Boy" (one of Berry's weaker LP cuts) to include among the dozen tracks here.
Chuck Berry, the father of rock & roll, is releasing his first album in nearly 40 years, which is comprised mostly of new, original songs written, recorded and produced by the legend himself. Chuck is Chuck's first new studio album since 1979's Rock It! (and obviously now his last one), and it shows an artist for whom age truly was a number, as he hadn't lost his creative and performing spark. I don't know of any other musician who sounds or sounded as vibrant and energetic at 90 years of age as Chuck does on this record. His guitar playing and singing are as lively as ever, especially combined with the latest, state-of-the-art recording technology. Chuck S. s classic style is unmistakable, with Chuck Jr. displaying more of a jazzy side and Chuck III ripping fiery, screeching solos. I hope the latter two continue their patriarch's legacy, at least in terms of guitar playing.