Chuck Berry in Memphis is the eleventh studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1967 by Mercury Records. All songs written by Chuck Berry except as noted. Back to Memphis" – 2:40. I Do Really Love You" – 2:28. Ramblin' Rose" (Joe Sherman, Noel Sherman) – 2:34. Sweet Little Rock and Roller" (re-recording) – 2:14. My Heart Will Always Belong to You" – 2:40. Oh Baby Doll" (re-recording) – 2:15. Check Me Out" – 2:32. It Hurts Me Too" (Mel London) – 2:57.
This is the discography of rock and roll musician Chuck Berry. Chuck Berry on Stage (1963 - UK, US studio recordings with overdubbed . Live at the Fillmore Auditorium (1967), re-released in 1994 with bonus tracks. The London Chuck Berry Sessions (1972), side 2. Chuck Berry Live in Concert (1978). Alive and Rockin' (1981). Chuck Berry Live (1981). Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival 1969 Vol. II (1982). III (1982).
Chuck Berry – Memphis, Tennessee (Live at Bruxelles, 1965). Chuck Berry – Let It Rock. Chuck Berry1967 - Chuck Berry In Memphis (224 kbps) – It Hurts Me Too. 2:12. Chuck Berry – Memphis Tennessee (1959).
Chuck Berry's Golden Hits is the tenth studio album by Chuck Berry, released in 1967 by Mercury Records, his first for that label. It consists of new recordings of songs he had recorded for Chess Records and one new song. The re-recordings were performed with faster tempos and recorded in stereo. Royal Studios is a recording studio located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Established in 1956, it is one of the oldest continuously operated music recording studios in the world. It is widely known for producer, recording artist and owner, Willie Mitchell, and notable productions of Al Green, Chuck Berry, John Mayer, Buddy Guy, My Morning Jacket, Robert Cray, De La Soul, Otis Rush, Keith Richards, Solomon Burke, The Bo-Keys, Bobby Blue Bland, Ann Peebles, Ike & Tina Turner, Tom Jones, Anthony Hamilton, Rod Stewart, Paul Rodgers, Cody Chesnutt as well as the.
Chuck Berry in Memphis is an album by Chuck Berry, released in 1967 by Mercury Records. Back to Memphis" (2:40). I Do Really Love You" (2:28). Ramblin' Rose" (Joe Sherman, Noel Sherman) (2:34). Sweet Little Rock and Roller" (re-recording) (2:14). My Heart Will Always Belong to You" (2:40). Oh Baby Doll" (re-recording) (2:15).
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Chuck Berry in Memphis was the artist's first effort to record an album of new material under his contract with Mercury Records - it followed a blatant cash-in attempt, Golden Hits, on which Berry had cut new versions of his classic Chess Records hits. Recorded over a three-day period in Memphis in March of 1967, the record features Berry mixing blues and pop with rock & roll. None of it is bad, though his version of the Nat King Cole hit "Ramblin' Rose" raised a few eyebrows.