Chuck Berry - The Great Twenty-Eight (2LP)

Chuck Berry - The Great Twenty-Eight (2LP)
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Chuck Berry was almost 29 years of age when he made his 1955 breakthrough on Chess Records with "Maybellene." The song was the first in a series of brilliantly creative, perfectly formed and often wittily observed vignettes reflecting the lives of the newly-termed teenager. In 1955 and '56 alone, Berry released such timeless songs as "Roll Over Beethoven," "Thirty Days," "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" and "Too Much Monkey Business."

All those and many subsequent releases, always with his hugely influential and utterly distinctive guitar playing and usually with the piano accompaniment of Johnnie Johnson, became part of the very fabric of rock 'n' roll. Berry's scorecard of hits didn't come close to reflecting the inspiration he provided for countless future stars, from The Beatles to the Rolling Stones and every other beat group worth their salt. But he reached the US top ten again with "School Days" and "Rock & Roll Music" in 1957, "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Johnny B. Goode" (1958) and "No Particular Place To Go" (1964).


  1. Maybellene
  2. Thirty Days
  3. You Can't Catch Me
  4. Too Much Monkey Business
  5. Browned-Eyed Handsome Man
  6. Roll Over Beethoven
  7. Havana Moon
  8. School Days
  9. Rock And Roll Music
  10. Oh Baby Doll
  11. Reelin' And Rockin'
  12. Sweet Little Sixteen
  13. Johnny B. Goode
  14. Around And Around


  1. Carol
  2. Beautiful Delilah
  3. Memphis
  4. Sweet Little Rock And Roller
  5. Little Queenie
  6. Almost Grown
  7. Back In The USA
  8. Let It Rock
  9. Bye Bye Johnny
  10. I'm Talking About You
  11. Come On
  12. Nadine
  13. No Particular Place To Go
  14. I Want To Be Your Driver



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