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  1. Goltigal Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Chuck Berry's Golden Decade, Vol. 3 - Chuck Berry on AllMusic - - Chess Records had just about exhausted its.
  2. Gugis Reply
    Gatefold credit states "All songs written by Chuck Berry Music, Inc.", while labels state "All compositions written by CHUCK BERRY and published by ARC MUSIC CORP. (BMI)". Altered electronically for stereo B5 is called "Memphis" on inside and back of album jacket but called "Memphis, Tennessee" on 5/5(1).
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    The Great Twenty-Eight Maybellene Two Great Guitars Rock Rock Rock The World of Chuck Berry On the Blues Side St. Louis to Liverpool The Best of the Best of Chuck Berry Rock 'n' Roll Music 2 After School Session San Francisco Dues Volume 2 Chuck Berry Is on Top Chuck Berry's Golden Decade Guitar Legends Rock It Portrait of Chuck Berry Rockin' at the Hops New Juke Box Hits The London Chuck.
  4. Brasida Reply
    Jan 08,  · Chuck Berry and John Lennon in 'The Mike Douglas Show' played "Memphis, Tennessee" and "Johnny B. Goode".
  5. Dusho Reply
    Chuck Berry – Memphis, Tennessee. 11 Comments; 0 Tags; Long distance information, give me Memphis Tennessee Help me find the party trying to get in touch with me She could not leave her number, but I know who placed the call 'Cause my uncle took the .
  6. Tauzshura Reply
    Memphis, Tennessee Lyrics. K 3. School Days About “Chuck Berry’s Golden Hits” “Chuck Berry’s Golden Hits” Q&A. Album Credits. Liner Notes Jim Delehant.
  7. Mausar Reply
    Chuck Berry ‎– Flashback Label: Pickwick/33 Records ‎– PTP , Mercury ‎– SPC , Mercury ‎– SPC
  8. Faegal Reply
    It is out of print and it has been superseded by The Great Twenty-Eight and The Chess Box, but when Chuck Berry's Golden Decade was released as a two-disc, track LP in , it was a rock & roll mother lode, the first time that a substantial chunk of Berry's classics had been put together on one album. These songs, released between 19(that's the decade), constitute as good a.
  9. Shahn Reply
    Anyone spotting this album beware. It is not a compilation of hits, but consists of all-"new" (mid-'60s) recordings by Chuck Berry of his classic Chess hits for his then-new label, Mercury, with one new song added. The re-recordings wouldn't be a problem, except that Berry and whoever produced this record decided to update his sound, not only mixing it in stereo but also replacing the upright.