Chuck Berry - Bio FLAC album
Chuck Berry interprète Down in St-Louis (13/7/79 à 21h50 à Nice - France).
2004 Занял 5-е место в рейтинге 50 величайших исполнителей всех времён по версии журнала Rolling Stone.
2017 Скончался 18 марта 2017 года в США.
Bio is the seventeenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1973 by Chess Records. The backing musicians were Elephants Memory, except on "Rain Eyes" and "Got It and Gone". All tracks composed by Chuck Berry. Hello Little Girl, Goodbye" – 3:56. Aimlessly Driftin'" – 5:42. Got It and Gone" – 4:19. Talkin' About My Buddy" – 6:56. Chuck Berry – guitar, piano, vocals. Wayne "Tex" Gabriel – guitar. Gary Van Scyoc – bass
Bio (LP, Album, Gat). Bio (LP, Album, Promo).
Chuck is the eponymous twentieth and final studio album by American rock and roll singer and guitarist Chuck Berry. The first studio album in decades by Berry was received positively by critics who considered it a return to form and a poignant last statement. Berry died between the announcement of its recording on his 90th birthday and its release in 2017
Chuck Berry:Bio (1973). Album by Chuck Berry. Bio. Hello Little Girl, Goodbye.
Chuck Berry's 15th new studio album and his follow-up to The London Chuck Berry Sessions demonstrated the fluke nature of its predecessor by missing the charts. Berry told his autobiography in song in the title track and on the brief LP's other six tracks recycled his familiar themes and riffs. The result is an adequate, but inessential collection.
Anthology (Chuck Berry album). Anthology is a two-disc compilation album by rock and roll performer Chuck Berry released on July 27, 2000 by Chess Records. It duplicates in its entirety the previous anthology The Great Twenty-Eight ranked at on the Rolling Stone 500 greatest all time albums list, as well as the entirety of the later Definitive Collection issued in 2006 as part. of the Universal series. It also includes an additional three singles, "Tulane" from 1970, "Bio" from 1973, and his only hit on the Billboard Hot 100, "My Ding-a-Ling" from 1972. After the 31 A-sides, the set's 50 songs total includes eleven b-sides, seven album tracks, and one that appeared on the 1990 rarities compilation, Missing Berries. Four of the b-sides charted independently from their plug side.
At his best Chuck Berry was a hip short-story teller, with insightful, affecting and entertaining pictures to show, set to a strong jumping boogie beat. But he never had much of a way with albums, and the problem with being chief chronicler and day-to-day historian of the ways of an era is that it fades away - and people grow older. Times and audiences change - but Berry hasn’t much. Bio is OK - but if you never hear it you won’t have missed much - certainly not anything important in Chuck Berry’s musical history. And if that’s a harsh judgment, well, damnit, it’s supposed to be. I don’t know how much longer Berry can get away with putting out albums that are just all right, but I wish he’d put some effort into making the really good one that he has in him. Mediocrity is such a bore. In This Article: Chuck Berry.
Chuck Berry was one of the most influential rock 'n' roll performers in music history. He's known for songs including "Maybellene" and "Johnny B. Goode. Born on October 18, 1926, in St. Louis, Missouri, Chuck Berry had early exposure to music at school and church. As a teen, he was sent to prison for three years for armed robbery. He began producing hits in the 1950s, including 1958's "Johnny B. Goode," and had his first No. 1 hit in 1972 with "My Ding-a-Ling . On his 90th birthday in October, the music legend announced that he had plans to release a new album dedicated to Themetta, whom he called Toddy, his wife of 68 years. This record is dedicated to my beloved Toddy," he said in a statement. My darlin', I'm growing old!
|A2||Hello Little Girl, Goodbye|
|B2||Got It And Gone|
|B3||Talkin' About My Buddy|
- Bass – Gary Van Scyoc (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3), Greg Edick (tracks: A4, B2)
- Drums – Rick Frank (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3), Ron Reed (tracks: A4, B2)
- Guitar – Billy Peek (tracks: A4, B2), Chuck Berry (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3), Wayne "Tex" Gabriel (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3)
- Piano – Adam Ippolito (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3), Chuck Berry (tracks: A4, B2)
- Saxophone – Stan Bronstein (tracks: A1-A3, B1, B3)
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