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Born:
18 October 1926
Country:
US
Genres:
Pop/Rock, R&B
Releases:
37
Biography Chuck Berry: Of all the early breakthrough rock & roll artists, none is more important to the development of the music than Chuck Berry. He is its greatest songwriter, the main shaper of its instrumental voice, one of its greatest guitarists, and one of its greatest performers. Quite simply, without him there would be no Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, nor a myriad others. There would be no standard "Chuck Berry guitar intro," the instrument's clarion call to get the joint rockin' in any setting. The clippety-clop rhythms of rockabilly would not have been mainstreamed into the now standard 4/4 rock & roll beat. There would be no obsessive wordplay by modern-day tunesmiths; in fact, the whole history (and artistic level) of rock & roll songwriting would have been much poorer without him. Like Brian Wilson said, he wrote "all of the great songs and came up with all the rock & roll beats." Those who do not claim him as a seminal influence or profess a liking for his music and showmanship show their ignorance of rock's development as well as his place as the music's first great creator. Elvis may have fueled rock & roll's imagery, but Chuck Berry was its heartbeat and original mindset. He was born Charles Edward Anderson Berry to a large family in St. Louis. A bright pupil, Berry developed a love for poetry and hard blues early on, winning a high school talent contest with a guitar-and-vocal rendition of Jay McShann's big band number, "Confessin' the Blues." With some local tutelage from the neighborhood barber, Berry progressed from a four-string tenor guitar up to an official six-string model and was soon working the local East St. Louis club scene, sitting in everywhere he could. He quickly found out that black audiences liked a wide variety of music and set himself to the task of being able to reproduce as much of it as possible. What he found they really liked -- besides the blues and Nat King Cole tunes -- was the sight and sound of a black man playing white hillbilly music, and Berry's showmanlike flair, coupled with his seemingly inexhaustible supply of fresh verses to old favorites, quickly made him a name on the circuit. In 1954, he ended up taking over pianist Johnny Johnson's small combo and a residency at the Cosmopolitan Club soon made the Chuck Berry Trio the top attraction in the black community, with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm their only real competition. But Berry had bigger ideas; he yearned to make records, and a trip to Chicago netted a two-minute conversation with his idol Muddy Waters, who encouraged him to approach Chess Records. Upon listening to Berry's homemade demo tape, label president Leonard Chess professed a liking for a hillbilly tune on it named "Ida Red" and quickly scheduled a session for May 21, 1955. During the session the title was changed to "Maybellene" and rock & roll history was born. Although the record only made it to the mid-20s on the Billboard pop chart, its overall influence was massive and groundbreaking in its scope. Here was finally a black rock & roll record with across-the-board appeal, embraced by white teenagers and Southern hillbilly musicians (a young Elvis Presley, still a full year from national stardom, quickly added it to his stage show), that for once couldn't be successfully covered by a pop singer like Snooky Lanson on Your Hit Parade. Part of the secret to its originality was Berry's blazing 24-bar guitar solo in the middle of it, the imaginative rhyme schemes in the lyrics, and the sheer thump of the record, all signaling that rock & roll had arrived and it was no fad. Helping to put the record over to a white teenage audience was the highly influential New York disc jockey Alan Freed, who had been given part of the writers' credit by Chess in return for his spins and plugs. But to his credit, Freed was also the first white DJ/promoter to consistently use Berry on his rock & roll stage show extravaganzas at the Brooklyn Fox and Paramount theaters (playing to predominately white audiences); and when Hollywood came calling a year or so later, also made sure that Chuck appeared with him in Rock! Rock! Rock!, Go, Johnny, Go!, and Mister Rock'n'Roll. Within a years' time, Chuck had gone from a local St. Louis blues picker making 15 dollars a night to an overnight sensation commanding over a hundred times that, arriving at the dawn of a new strain of popular music called rock & roll. The hits started coming thick and fast over the next few years, every one of them about to become a classic of the genre: "Roll Over Beethoven," "Thirty Days," "Too Much Monkey Business," "Brown Eyed Handsome Man," "You Can't Catch Me," "School Day," "Carol," "Back in the U.S.A.," "Little Queenie," "Memphis, Tennessee," "Johnny B. Goode," and the tune that defined the moment perfectly, "Rock and Roll Music." Berry was not only in constant demand, touring the country on mixed package shows and appearing on television and in movies, but smart enough to know exactly what to do with the spoils of a suddenly successful show business career. He started investing heavily in St. Louis area real estate and, ever one to push the envelope, opened up a racially mixed nightspot called the Club Bandstand in 1958 to the consternation of uptight locals. These were not the plans of your average R&B singers who contented themselves with a wardrobe of flashy suits, a new Cadillac, and the nicest house in the black section. Berry was smart with plenty of business savvy and was already making plans to open an amusement park in nearby Wentzville. When the St. Louis hierarchy found out that an underage hat-check girl Berry hired had also set up shop as a prostitute at a nearby hotel, trouble came down on Berry like a sledgehammer on a fly. Charged with transporting a minor over state lines (the Mann Act), Berry endured two trials and was sentenced to federal prison for two years as a result. He emerged from prison a moody, embittered man. But two very important things had happened in his absence. First, British teenagers had discovered his music and were making his old songs hits all over again. Second, and perhaps most important, America had discovered the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, both of whom based their music on Berry's style, with the Stones' early albums looking like a Berry song list. Rather than being resigned to the has-been circuit, Berry found himself in the midst of a worldwide beat boom with his music as the centerpiece. He came back with a clutch of hits ("Nadine," "No Particular Place to Go," "You Never Can Tell"), toured Britain in triumph, and appeared on the big screen with his British disciples in the groundbreaking T.A.M.I. Show in 1964. Berry had moved with the times and found a new audience in the bargain and when the cries of "yeah-yeah-yeah" were replaced with peace signs, Berry altered his live act to include a passel of slow blues and quickly became a fixture on the festival and hippie ballroom circuit. After a disastrous stint with Mercury Records, he returned to Chess in the early '70s and scored his last hit with a live version of the salacious nursery rhyme, "My Ding a Ling," yielding Berry his first official gold record. By decade's end, he was as in demand as ever, working every oldies revival show, TV special, and festival that was thrown his way. But once again, troubles with the law reared their ugly head and 1979 saw Berry headed back to prison, this time for income tax evasion. Upon release this time, the creative days of Chuck Berry seemed to have come to an end. He appeared as himself in the Alan Freed bio-pic, American Hot Wax, and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, but steadfastly refused to record any new material or even issue a live album. His live performances became increasingly erratic, with Berry working with terrible backup bands and turning in sloppy, out-of-tune performances that did much to tarnish his reputation with younger fans and oldtimers alike. In 1987, he published his first book, Chuck Berry: The Autobiography, and the same year saw the film release of what will likely be his lasting legacy, the rockumentary Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, which included live footage from a 60th-birthday concert with Keith Richards as musical director and the usual bevy of superstars coming out for guest turns. But for all of his off-stage exploits and seemingly ongoing troubles with the law, Chuck Berry remains the epitome of rock & roll, and his music will endure long after his private escapades have faded from memory. Because when it comes down to his music, perhaps John Lennon said it best, "If you were going to give rock & roll another name, you might call it 'Chuck Berry'."
Hits Over Hits
Hits Over Hits
Tracks: 60
Year: 2017
Chuck
Chuck
Tracks: 10
Year: 2017
Chuck
Chuck
Tracks: 10
Year: 2017
The Great Chuck Berry, Vol. 2
The Great Chuck Berry, Vol. 2
Tracks: 25
Year: 2011
Colour Collection
Colour Collection
Tracks: 20
Year: 2007
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
Tracks: 30
Year: 2006
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
Tracks: 30
Year: 2005
Gold [2 CD]
Gold [2 CD]
Tracks: 50
Year: 2005
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
Tracks: 30
Year: 2005
The EP Collection
The EP Collection
Tracks: 24
Year: 1996
The Chess Years
The Chess Years
Tracks: 220
Year: 1991
The Chess Years (9CD, Box-Set)
The Chess Years (9CD, Box-Set)
Tracks: 220
Year: 1991
San Francisco Dues
San Francisco Dues
Tracks: 10
Year: 1991
Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll
Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll
Tracks: 13
Year: 1987
The Great Twenty-Eight
The Great Twenty-Eight
Tracks: 28
Year: 1982
The Great Twenty-Eight
The Great Twenty-Eight
Tracks: 28
Year: 1982
Live In Toronto
Live In Toronto
Tracks: 12
Year: 1982
Rock It
Rock It
Tracks: 10
Year: 1979
Chuck Berry
Chuck Berry
Tracks: 13
Year: 1975
Bio
Bio
Tracks: 12
Year: 1973
Bio
Bio
Tracks: 7
Year: 1973
Six Two Five
Six Two Five
Tracks: 11
Year: 1972
The London Sessions
The London Sessions
Tracks: 8
Year: 1972
Live In London
Live In London
Tracks: 14
Year: 1972
San Francisco Dues
San Francisco Dues
Tracks: 13
Year: 1971
San Francisco Dues
San Francisco Dues
Tracks: 10
Year: 1971
Back Home
Back Home
Tracks: 9
Year: 1970
Back Home
Back Home
Tracks: 15
Year: 1970
Concerto In B Goode
Concerto In B Goode
Tracks: 5
Year: 1969
Live In Toronto '69
Live In Toronto '69
Tracks: 12
Year: 1969
Live In Toronto
Live In Toronto
Tracks: 12
Year: 1969
From St Louie To Frisco
From St Louie To Frisco
Tracks: 16
Year: 1968
Chuck Berry In Memphis
Chuck Berry In Memphis
Tracks: 12
Year: 1967
Fresh Berry's
Fresh Berry's
Tracks: 12
Year: 1965
Fresh Berry's
Fresh Berry's
Tracks: 20
Year: 1965
Chuck Berry In London
Chuck Berry In London
Tracks: 14
Year: 1965
St. Louis To Liverpool
St. Louis To Liverpool
Tracks: 19
Year: 1964
St. Louis to Liverpool
St. Louis to Liverpool
Tracks: 12
Year: 1964
St. Louis To Liverpool
St. Louis To Liverpool
Tracks: 15
Year: 1964
Two Great Guitars
Two Great Guitars
Tracks: 8
Year: 1964
Two Great Guitars
Two Great Guitars
Tracks: 4
Year: 1964
You Never Can Tell
You Never Can Tell
Tracks: 12
Year: 1964
Chuck Berry On Stage
Chuck Berry On Stage
Tracks: 14
Year: 1963
New Juke Box Hits
New Juke Box Hits
Tracks: 26
Year: 1962
Twist
Twist
Tracks: 21
Year: 1962
New Juke-Box Hits
New Juke-Box Hits
Tracks: 12
Year: 1961
New Juke-Box Hits
New Juke-Box Hits
Tracks: 12
Year: 1961
Rockin' At The Hops
Rockin' At The Hops
Tracks: 12
Year: 1960
Rockin' At The Hops
Rockin' At The Hops
Tracks: 27
Year: 1960
Chuck Berry Is On Top
Chuck Berry Is On Top
Tracks: 12
Year: 1959
Chuck Berry Is On Top
Chuck Berry Is On Top
Tracks: 23
Year: 1959
One Dozen Berrys
One Dozen Berrys
Tracks: 12
Year: 1958
One Dozen Berrys
One Dozen Berrys
Tracks: 26
Year: 1958
After School Session
After School Session
Tracks: 26
Year: 1957
After School Session
After School Session
Tracks: 15
Year: 1957
After School Session
After School Session
Tracks: 12
Year: 1957
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