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CHUCK BERRY - The London Chuck Berry Sessions (1972) [2010]

The London Chuck Berry Sessions is an album of studio recordings and live recordings by Chuck Berry, released by Chess Records in October 1972. Side one of the album consists of studio recordings, engineered by Geoff Calver; side two features three live performances recorded by the Pye Mobile Unit, engineered by Alan Perkins, on February 3, 1972, at the Lanchester Arts Festival in Coventry, England. At the end of the live section, the recording includes the sounds of festival management trying in vain to get the audience to leave so that the next performers, Pink Floyd, can take the stage; the crowd begins chanting "We want Chuck!"

"My Ding-a-Ling", from the live side of the album, was edited to approximately 4 minutes for release as a single. It was Berry's first and only single to reach number 1 in both the US and the UK. This Japanese CD adds another 5 tracks from the same Lanchester Arts Festival, two single edits and a BBC TV recording of South Of The Border.

01. Let's Boogie 02. Mean Old World 03. I Will Not Let You Go 04. London Berry Blues 05. I Love You 06. Reelin' And Rockin' 07. My Ding-A-Ling 08. Johnny B. Goode 09. Sweet little Sixteen (live) 10. Roll 'em Pete (live) 11. It Hurts Me Too (live) 12. Around and Around (live) 13. Promised Land (live) 14. Roll 'em Pete (live single edit) 15. My Ding-A-Ling (Live Single Edit) 16. South of the Border



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