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San Francisco Dues - Chuck Berry - The Chess Years (CD)


1991
Label: Charly Records - CD RED BOX 2 • Format: 9x, CD Compilation Box Set slipcase (box within a box) • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll
San Francisco Dues - Chuck Berry - The Chess Years (CD)

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 · Chuck Berry – The Chess Years. Chuck Berry. –. The Chess Years. Label: Charly Records – CD RED BOX 2. Format: 9 x CD, Compilation. Box Set, slipcase (box within a box).

 · CD 7 San Francisco Dues My Dream My Ding-A-Ling Johnny B. Goode Reelin' And Rockin' Let's Boogie Mean Old World I Love You I Will Not Let You Go London Berry Blues Rain Eyes Sue, Answer Got It And Gone A Deuce CD 8 Talkin' About My Buddy Hello, Little Girl.


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3 thoughts on “San Francisco Dues - Chuck Berry - The Chess Years (CD)”

  1. It was during this time that Berry returned to Chess Records from his previous association with Mercury, to release the overlooked San Francisco Dues in The album remained obscure and largely unnoticed, but remains a fascinating glimpse into Berry's musical mind, and is now looked upon by critics as a forgotten great/5(31).

  2. Chuck Berry released this album in ; if my memory is correct, he scored his last big hit, his cover of My Ding-a-Ling, a year or so after this album was released. The sound on this CD though is a lot closer to Dr. John's night tripper albums than Chuck Berry's rock and roll sound--even when he trots out his signature two-string bending /5(31).

  3. Chuck Berry released this album in ; if my memory is correct, he scored his last big hit, his cover of My Ding-a-Ling, a year or so after this album was released. The sound on this CD though is a lot closer to Dr. John's night tripper albums than Chuck Berry's rock and roll sound--even when he trots out his signature two-string bending /5(29).

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