Chuck Berry & Interprètes Divers - The Great Twenty-Eight (2014)

Размещено: 29-10-2014, 12:17 by remusicer
Музыка: Альбомы, Blues, Rock
Chuck Berry & Interprètes Divers - The Great Twenty-Eight (2014)
Artist: Panabrite
Title Of Album: Darker Nights
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Geffen Records
Genre: Rock'n'Roll, Blues
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 68:50 min
Total Size: 158 MB


01. Maybellene
02. Thirty Days
03. You Can't Catch Me
04. Too Much Monkey Business
05. Brown Eyed Handsome Man
06. Roll Over Beethoven
07. Havana Moon
08. School Days
09. Rock and Roll Music
10. Oh Baby Doll
11. Reelin' and Rockin'
12. Sweet Little Sixteen
13. Johnny B. Goode
14. Around and Around
15. Carol
16. Beautiful Delilah
17. Memphis
18. Sweet Little Rock and Roller
19. Little Queenie
20. Almost Grown
21. Back in the U.S.A.
22. Let It Rock
23. Bye Bye Johnny
24. I'm Talking About You
25. Come On
26. Nadine (Is It You?)
27. No Particular Place to Go
28. I Want to Be Your Drive

This is the place to start listening to Chuck Berry. The Great Twenty-Eight was a two-LP, single CD compilation that emerged during the early '80s, amid a brief period in which the Chess catalog was in the hands of the Sugar Hill label, a disco-oriented outfit that later lost the catalog to MCA. It has proved to be one of the most enduring of all compilations of Berry's work. Up until the release of this disc, every attempt at a compilation had either been too sketchy (the 1964 Greatest Hits album on Chess) or too demanding for the casual listener (the three Golden Decade double-LP sets), and this was the first set to find a happy medium between convenience and thoroughness. Veteran listeners will love this CD even if they learn little from it, while neophytes will want to play it to death. All of the cuts come from Berry's first nine years in music, including all of the major singles as well as relatively minor hits such as "Come On" (which was more significant in the history of rock & roll in its cover version performed by the Rolling Stones as their debut release). The sound is decent throughout (surprisingly, except for "Come On," which has some considerable noise), although it is considerably outclassed by the most recent round of remasterings. In the decades since its release, there have been more comprehensive collections of Berry's work, but this is the best single disc, if one can overlook the relatively lo-fi digital sound.

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