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Chuck Berry - Flashback flac album
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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

Written-By – Chuck Berry. A3. Roll Over Beethoven. Written-By – Chuck Berry. A4. Sweet Little Sixteen. Flashback ‎(2xLP, Comp). Pickwick/33 Records, Mercury, Mercury. PTP 2061, SPC 3327, SPC 3345.

In 1958, Chuck Berry played Rhode Island’s Newport Jazz Festival. He was a rare rock & roll act alongside acts like Thelonious Monk, Max Roach, Louis Armstrong and Dinah Washington. The festival was immortalized in Bert Stern’s remarkable documentary Jazz on a Summer’s Day. The most stunning moment of the film is Berry’s Sweet Little Sixteen. He begins his performance relatively reserved, playing a plodding version of the single with the house band. But soon, he loosens up, swinging his hips, hoisting his Gibson guitar up, duck-walking across the stage over a clarinet solo.

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Chuck, his first album since 1979's Rock It, will be released on June 16. You can listen to the new song. Big Boys," which features guitarist Tom Morello and singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff, above. The album includes 10 songs, eight of them penned by Berry. A few go back to the '80s, when Berry started to put together new tracks in his home studio in St. Louis. He recorded songs over the years, in between tours and other downtime, and continued to work on the record up until 2014, when he retired from performing. Berry died of natural causes at the age of 90 over the.

Chuck Berry is the eighteenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1975 by Chess Records. Some pressings of this album carry the title Chuck Berry '75. Berry's daughter, Ingrid, contributed backing vocals. This was Berry's final new album release for Chess Records, ending his off-and-on association with the label dating back 21 years. He moved to Atco Records, for which he recorded his next studio album, Rockit, in 1979.

CHUCK BERRY - Rock 'N' Roll Great. Together We Will Be. Chuck Berry. El Rock and Roll De Chuck Berry.

After School Session 1957. One Dozen Berrys 1958. Chuck Berry Is on Top 1959. Rockin' at the Hops 1960. New Juke Box Hits 1961. Two Great Guitars with Bo Diddley 1964. St Louis to Liverpool 1964. Chuck Berry in London 1965. Chuck Berry's Golden Hits 1967. Chuck Berry in Memphis 1967. From St Louie to Frisco 1968. Concerto in "B Goode" 1969. San Francisco Dues 1971. The London Chuck Berry Sessions 1972 Side 1. Bio 1973.


Johnny B. Goode 2:45
Memphis, Tennessee 2:07
Roll Over Beethoven 2:02
Sweet Little Sixteen 2:14
School Days 2:35
Maybelline 2:35
Reelin' & Rocking 4:11
Rock & Roll Music 2:33
Back In The U.S.A. 2:27
Sweet Little Rock & Roller 2:12
Check Me Out 2:31
Ramblin' Rose 2:34
Goodnight Well It's Time To Go 2:20
Carol 2:26
Oh Baby Doll 2:13
Back To Memphis 2:38
It Hurts Me Too 2:58
C.C. Rider 4:21


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PTP 2061, SPC 3327, SPC 3345 Chuck Berry Flashback ‎(2xLP, Comp) Pickwick/33 Records, Mercury, Mercury PTP 2061, SPC 3327, SPC 3345 US 1975
PTP-2061 Chuck Berry Flashback ‎(2xLP, Comp) Pickwick PTP-2061 Canada 1975
PTP-2061 Chuck Berry Flashback ‎(2xLP, Comp) Pickwick PTP-2061 Canada 1975
  • Gribandis
Great compilation, good variety, but the quality of the pressing is okay as some of the tracks sound low-fi but as expected. RIP Chuck, he was rock-n-roll....