New Juke Box Hits is the fifth studio album by rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry, released in March 1961 on Chess Records, catalogue LP 1456. Unlike his previous four long-players, only two tracks had been previously released on 45 rpm singles, both sides of his record from the month before, "Little Star" backed with "I'm Talking About Yo. The album was recorded and released while Berry was in the midst of legal difficulties which led to his imprisonment in 1962.
Chuck Berry's fifth Chess Records album, New Juke Box Hits, was recorded and released in the midst of the legal difficulties that would put him in jail the following year. That distraction seems to have kept him from composing top-flight material, while the attendant publicity adversely affected his record sales, such that the album contained no hits
Rock'n'Roll Chuck Berry. Band's List Rock'n'Roll Chuck Berry New Juke-Box Hits. Band Name Chuck Berry. Album Name New Juke-Box Hits. Labels Chess Records. Music StyleRock'n'Roll. Members owning this album0. Side 1. 1. I'm Talking About You. 2. Diploma for Two. 3. Thirteen Question Method.
Главная Chuck Berry (5. New Juke Box Hits, 1961). Chuck Berry (5. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 10. Run Around 02:33. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 7. Little Star 02:48. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 9. Sweet Sixteen 02:48. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 2. Diploma for Two 02:31. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 11. Stop and Listen 02:27. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 4. Away From You 02:39. New Juke Box Hits, 1961) - 6. The Way It Was Before 02:13.
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New Juke Box Hits is the fifth album by Chuck Berry, released in 1961 by Chess Records. It was recorded and released while Berry was in the midst of legal difficulties, which led to his imprisonment in 1962. The adverse publicity from his legal problems affected sales of his records. There were no hits on the album. Only one single from the album, "I'm Talking About You", was released. It was later recorded by the Rolling Stones, with some commercial success.