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Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session


2010
Label: Geffen Records - UICY-94624 • Format: CD Album, Mono Limited Sleeve Paper, SHM-CD • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Classic Rock
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Charles Edward Anderson Berry October 18, — March 18, was an American singer and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music.

Nicknamed the " Father of Rock and Roll ", Berry refined and developed rhythm and blues into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive with songs such as " Maybellene "" Roll Over Beethoven "" Rock and Roll Music " and " Johnny B. Goode " Born into a middle-class African-American family in St. LouisMissouriBerry had an interest in music from an early age and gave his first public performance at Sumner High School. While still a high school student he was convicted of armed robbery and was sent to a reformatory, where he was held from to After his release, Berry settled into married life and worked at an automobile assembly plant.

By earlyinfluenced by the guitar riffs and showmanship techniques of the blues musician T-Bone WalkerBerry began performing with the Johnnie Johnson Trio. With Chess, he recorded "Maybellene"—Berry's adaptation of the country song " Ida Red "—which sold over a million copies, reaching number one on Billboard magazine's rhythm and blues chart.

By the end of the s, Berry was an established star, with several hit Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session and film appearances and a lucrative touring career. He had also established his own St. Louis nightclub, Berry's Club Bandstand. But these did not achieve the same success, or lasting One:15 - CEOXiME - Theta, of his s songs, and by the s he was more in demand as a nostalgic performer, playing his past hits with local backup bands of variable quality.

His insistence on being paid in cash led in Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session a four-month jail sentence and community service, for tax evasion. Berry was among the first musicians to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on its opening in ; he was cited for having "laid the groundwork for not only a rock and roll sound but a rock and roll stance.

Goode", "Maybellene", and "Rock and Roll Music". Goode" is the only rock-and-roll song included on the Voyager Golden Record. Born in St. LouisMissouri[12] Berry was the fourth child in a family of six. He grew up in the north St. Louis neighborhood known as the Villean area where many middle-class people lived. His father, Henry William Berry —was a contractor and deacon of a nearby Baptist church; his mother, Martha Bell Banks —was a certified public school principal.

He gave his first public performance in while still a student at Sumner High School ; [14] he was still a student there inwhen he was arrested for armed robbery after robbing three shops in Kansas City, Missouriand then stealing a car at gunpoint with some friends. Louis, working briefly as a factory worker at two automobile assembly plants and as a janitor in the apartment building where he and his wife lived.

By the early s, Berry was working with local bands in clubs in St. Louis as an extra source of income. By early Berry was performing with Johnnie Johnson 's trio, starting a long-time collaboration with the pianist. Berry wrote, "Curiosity provoked me to lay a lot of our country stuff on our predominantly black audience and some of our black audience began whispering 'who is that black hillbilly at the Cosmo?

Berry thought his blues music would be of more Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session to Chess, but to his surprise it was a traditional country fiddle tune, " Ida Red ", as recorded by Bob Wills[27] that got Chess's attention. Chess had seen the rhythm and blues market shrink and was looking to move beyond it, and he thought Berry might be the artist for that purpose. He and Carl Perkins became friends.

Perkins said that "I knew when I first heard Chuck that he'd been affected by country music. I respected his writing; his records were Champa B - Reform / Past & Present, very great.

Jimmie Rodgers was one of his favorites. He had a hard life. He was a good guy. I really liked him. Goode ".

Goode", " Memphis, Tennessee ", and " Little Queenie ". By the end of the s, Berry was a high-profile established star with several hit records and film appearances and a lucrative touring career. He had opened a racially integrated St.

Louis nightclub, Berry's Club Bandstand, and invested in real estate. The appeal was upheld, [6] [37] and a second trial was heard in May and June[38] resulting in another conviction and a three-year prison sentence. When Berry was released from prison inhis return to recording and performing was made easier because British invasion bands—notably the Beatles and the Rolling Stones —had sustained interest in his music by releasing cover versions of his songs, [42] [43] Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session other bands had reworked some of them, such as the Beach Boys ' hit " Surfin' U.

Although this period was not a successful one for studio work, [49] Berry was still a top concert draw. In Mayhe had made a successful tour of the UK, [45] but when he returned in January his behavior was erratic and moody, and his touring style of using unrehearsed local backing bands and a strict nonnegotiable contract was earning him a reputation as a difficult and unexciting performer. Robert Christgau [52]. Berry returned to Chess from to There were no hit singles from the Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session Back Homebut in Chess released a live recording of " My Ding-a-Ling ", a novelty song which he had recorded in a different version as "My Tambourine" on Debut 1 - HS* / AMK - Sleep Debt LP From St.

Louie to Frisco. A live recording of " Reelin' and Rockin' ", issued as a follow-up single in the same year, was his last Top 40 hit in both the US and the UK. Berry's second tenure with Chess ended with the album Chuck Berryafter which he did not make a studio record until Rockit for Atco Records inwhich would be his last studio album for 38 years.

In the s Berry toured on the strength of his earlier successes. He was on the road for many years, carrying only his Gibson guitar, confident that he could hire a band that already knew his music no matter where he went.

AllMusic said that in this period his "live performances became increasingly erratic, Springsteen related in the documentary film Hail! Rock 'n' Roll that Berry did not give the band a set list and expected the musicians to follow his lead after each guitar intro. Berry neither spoke to nor thanked the band after the show.

Nevertheless, Springsteen backed Berry again when he appeared at the concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Berry's touring style, traveling the "oldies" circuit in the s often being paid in Come See Me - Jeb Loy Nichols - Country Hustle by local promoters added ammunition to the Internal Revenue Service 's accusations that Berry had evaded paying income taxes.

Berry continued to play 70 to one-nighters per year in the s, still traveling solo and requiring a local band to back him at each stop. InTaylor Hackford made a documentary film, Hail! Rock 'n' Rollof a celebration concert for Berry's sixtieth birthday, organized by Keith Richards.

During the concert, Berry played a Gibson ESthe luxury version of the ES that he favored on his s tours. He was accused of causing "lacerations of the mouth, requiring five stitches, two loose teeth, [and] contusions of the face. Berry claimed that he had had the camera installed to catch a worker who was suspected of stealing from the restaurant. Although his guilt was never proven in court, Berry opted for a class action settlement.

Schoeneberg as his legal counsel. Reportedly, a police raid on his house found intimate videotapes of women, one of whom was apparently a minor. Felony drug and child-abuse charges were filed. As the child-abuse charges were dropped, Berry agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanor possession of marijuana. The case was dismissed when the judge ruled that too much time had passed since the songs were written. In mid, he played at the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, Maryland.

He also had a home at "Berry Park", near Wentzville, Missouri, where he lived part-time since the s, and was the home in which he died. This home, with Umbilical Chord - Andy Clark - Open Your Mind guitar-shaped swimming pool, is seen in scenes near the end of the film " Hail! Rock 'n' Roll ". Louisfrom to Berry announced on his 90th birthday that his first new studio album since Rockit inentitled Chuck Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session , would be Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session O.P.P.

- Various - Westwood The Invasion Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session On March 18,police in St. Charles County, Missouriwere called to Berry's house, near Wentzville, Missouri, where he was found unresponsive.

He was pronounced dead at the scene, aged 90, by his personal physician. Louis, Missouri. Afterwards a private service was held in the club celebrating Berry's life and musical career, with the Berry family inviting members of Contact - Iain Matthews - Zumbachs Coat public into the service.

Gene Simmons of Kiss gave an impromptu, unadvertised eulogy at the service, while Little Richard was scheduled to lead the funeral procession but was unable to attend due to an illness. The night before, many St. Louis area bars held a mass toast at 10 pm in Berry's honor. The Berry estate owned roughly half of his songwriting credits mostly Boprosthesis - JVKM* - Teledesic Disco 2 his later careerwhile BMG Rights Management controlled the other half; most of Berry's recordings are currently owned by Universal Music Group.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [80]. A pioneer of rock and roll, I Spoils - DJ Paul - Scale-A-Ton [Skeleton] was a significant Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session on the development of both the music and the attitude associated with the rock music lifestyle. Goode "Berry refined and developed rhythm and blues into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive, with lyrics successfully aimed to appeal to the early teenage market by using graphic and humorous descriptions of teen dances, fast cars, high school life, and consumer culture, [3] and utilizing guitar solos and showmanship that would be a major influence on subsequent rock music.

In addition to the Beatles and the Rolling Stonesa large number of significant popular-music performers have recorded Berry's songs. He has been cited as a major reference to a variety of some of the most influential acts of all time:.

Louis, Missouri, right across the street from Blue Berry Hill. Berry said, "It's glorious--I do appreciate it to the highest, no doubt about it. That sort of honor is seldom given out.

But I don't deserve it. The rock critic Robert Christgau considers Berry "the greatest of the rock and rollers", [90] while John Lennon said, "if you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it 'Chuck Berry'. When asked what caused the explosion of the popularity of rock 'n roll that took place in the s, with him and a handful of others, mainly him, Berry said, "Well, actually they begin to listen to it, you see, because certain stations played certain music.

The music that we, the blacks, played, the cultures were Deep Feeling - Chuck Berry - After School Session far apart, we would have to have a play station in order to play it.


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