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View Poll Results: Pick your three favorite Chuck Berry songs if you'd like to do so.
Back in the USA 1 2.22%
Brown-Eyed Handsome Man 3 6.67%
Carol 2 4.44%
Come On 1 2.22%
Johnny B. Goode 28 62.22%
Let It Rock 2 4.44%
Maybellene 13 28.89%
Memphis 1 2.22%
No Particular Place to Go 16 35.56%
Promised Land 2 4.44%
Rock and Roll Music 6 13.33%
Roll Over Beethoven 14 31.11%
Sweet Little Sixteen 5 11.11%
Too Much Monkey Business 1 2.22%
You Never Can Tell 12 26.67%
Some Other Chuck Berry Song Not Mentioned Above 5 11.11%
I'm not really a Chuck Berry fan. I know nothing about rock and roll. 0 0%
Actually, I want to vote for My Ding-A-Ling even though it's not on the list. 8 17.78%
I really preferred his work hosting The Gong Show over his music. 2 4.44%
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:02 PM  
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What are your three favorite Chuck Berry songs?

No, that ding-a-ling song will not be in the poll. But Chuck had a lot of good songs. Really good songs. Even they sometimes sound alike.

Back in the USA


Brown-Eyed Handsome Man


Carol


Come On


Johnny B. Goode


Let It Rock


Maybellene


Memphis


No Particular Place to Go


Sweet Little Sixteen


Promised Land


Rock and Roll Music


Roll Over Beethoven


Too Much Monkey Business


You Never Can Tell
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:44 PM   #2
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I figured Johnny B. Goode would be an easy leader, but I was curious about the rest. There are a few other songs that I highly recognize, and I view them all about equal: Promised Land, Maybellene, You Never Can Tell, and Roll Over Beethoven. I know Sweet Little Sixteen's tune but didn't know it was his, and the same is true of Memphis to a lesser degree.

The funny thing is that Chuck Berry wasn't my first exposure to several of these songs:

Maybellene - first heard the Simon & Garfunkel version.

You Never Can Tell - I'd vaguely heard the song before, but Pulp Fiction is really what pulled it to my frontal lobe. I can't separate the song from the movie.

Promised Land - first heard the Meat Loaf version (which may be better than Chuck's)

Roll Over Beethoven - don't laugh, but the first version I ever heard was by ELO.
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Roll Over Beethoven - don't laugh, but the first version I ever heard was by ELO.
By a long shot the first Roll Over Beethoven I heard was on the Beatles' second album, elementary school age. Just a small kid, it was candy for the ears.
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I figured Johnny B. Goode would be an easy leader, but I was curious about the rest. There are a few other songs that I highly recognize, and I view them all about equal: Promised Land, Maybellene, You Never Can Tell, and Roll Over Beethoven. I know Sweet Little Sixteen's tune but didn't know it was his, and the same is true of Memphis to a lesser degree.

The funny thing is that Chuck Berry wasn't my first exposure to several of these songs:

Maybellene - first heard the Simon & Garfunkel version.

You Never Can Tell - I'd vaguely heard the song before, but Pulp Fiction is really what pulled it to my frontal lobe. I can't separate the song from the movie.

Promised Land - first heard the Meat Loaf version (which may be better than Chuck's)

Roll Over Beethoven - don't laugh, but the first version I ever heard was by ELO.
The meat loaf Promised land is based on the Elvis version and both those fat turds drop a verse.
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Chuck did an album back in the 1980's that was pretty great. It was called "Rock It." And he had a lot of guest musicians, including Johnny Johnson, his long time piano player. Piano in Chuck Berry music is what gives it the bite. This song is called "I Never Thought" which sums up his life pretty well.

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The meat loaf Promised land is based on the Elvis version and both those fat turds drop a verse.
I'd never known that until I was just listening the version in this thread. I wonder why.
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