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Lets Boogie - Chuck Berry - The Chess Years (CD)

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  • Let's Boogie Lyrics: Come on over here, baby / Girl, I'm going to give you a little kiss / You're going to feel my hands all around you / Not a finger will you miss / After I turn you on, baby / I'm.
  • Berry, of course, had another decade of vital recordings on Chess ahead of him (and an often-overlooked series of worthy recordings for the label in the '70s), but within these '50s sessions is where the heart of his legacy lies, as this is when he created rock & roll out of jump blues, country boogie, juke joint R&B, Harry Belafonte calypso.
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  • Buy Best Of The Chess Years (LP) [ Gram Vinyl] by Chuck Berry (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  • The Chess Years Album by Chuck Berry. CD 1 Maybellene Wee Wee Hours Thirty Days Together (We'll Always Be) You Can't Catch Me Roly Poly Berry Pickin' Downbound Train No Money Down Drifting Heart Brown Eyed Handsome Man Roll Over Beethoven Too Much Monkey Business Havana Moon Rock And Roll Music (Demo) Deep Feelin' School Days La Juanda Blue Feeling Low Feeling Wee .
  • Album The London Chuck Berry Sessions () by Chuck Berry. Label Chess. Written-By. Chuck Berry. Guitar. Derek Griffiths, Onnie McIntyre. Bass. Nic Potter. Drums. Kenny Jones, Robbie Chuck Berry – Let's Boogie Lyrics. Come on over here, baby Girl, I'm gonna give you a little kiss.
  • Not Now's budget-priced box set Best of the Chess Years is a triple-disc, track collection of Chuck Berry's Chess recordings. As this is a collection that skirts around the edges of Europe's public domain laws, it relies on the tracks that are available -- i.e., the big hits from the '50s and some from the early '60s, but nothing from Chuck's comeback (no "No Particular Place to 7/

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