‘The Rolling Stones’ feat. ‘Can I Get A Witness’ is their debut eponymous album released on April 16 1964 by Decca. Track Listing : 1.Route 66 (Bobby Troup) – 02:20 . 2.I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) – 02:17 . 3.Honest I Do (Jimmy Reed) – 02:09 . 4.Mona (I Need […]
This day ( April 13, 2005), in St. Louis, Missouri, died Johnnie Johnson, an American pianist and blues musician whose work with Chuck Berry led to his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Blues is central to the repertoire of Eric Clapton whose birthday is today – Happy Birthday BTW. So we looked for and found twelve (videographed) occasions where Eric plays live with one (or more) of his blues masters or colleagues. They are Buddy Guy, B.B. King, George Benson, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Dr. John, John […]
This day (March 30, 1945), in Ripley, Surrey (UK), is born Eric Clapton, an English guitarist, singer and member of The Yardbirds and Cream.
March 29, 1972 – Chuck Berry is with Rocking Horse – that is Jimmy Campbell (g), Billy Kinsley (b), Dave Harrison (d) and Michael Snow (kb)- at the BBC in England.
The Beach Boys ‘Surfin’ U.S.A.’ is their second studio album (78 weeks on the US albums chart) released on March 25, 1963 by Capitol. Track Listing : 1.Surfin’ U.S.A. (Brian Wilson, Chuck Berry) – 02:27 . 2.Farmer’S Daughter (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) – 01:49 . 3.Misirlou (Nick Roubanis, Fred Wise, Milton Leeds, Bob Russell) – […]
This day (March 18, 2017), in St. Charles County, Missouri, died Charles Edward Anderson ‘Chuck’ Berryan American guitarist, singe, songwriter and rock and roll pioneer
February 22, 1958 – you do not want to miss Chuck Berry at “The Dick Clark’s Saturday Night Beechnut Show” on ABC
Status Quo’s ‘On the Level’ is their eighth studio album recorded in London in 1974 and released on February 21, 1975 by Vertigo. Track Listing : 1.Little Lady (Rick Parfitt) – 03:03 . 2.Most Of The Time (Francis Rossi, Bob Young) – 03:22 . 3.I Saw The Light (Francis Rossi, Bob Young) – 03:40 . […]
John Lennon’s ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ is his sixth studio album produced (in part) by Phil Spector and released on February 17, 1975 by Apple. Track Listing : 1.Be-Bop-A-Lula (Tex Davis, Gene Vincent) – 02:39 . 2.Stand By Me (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben E. King) – 03:26 . 3.Rip It Up / Ready Teddy (Robert […]
The Rolling Stones ‘Now!’ feat. ‘Heart of Stone’ and ‘Little Red Rooster’ is their third American studio album released on February 13, 1965 by London Records. Track Listing : 1.Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Solomon Burke, Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler) – 03:00 . 2.Down Home Girl (Jerry Leiber, Arthur Butler) – 04:13 . 3.You Can’T […]
February 4, 1977 – American Bandstand TV music-performance show, hosted by Dick Clark, celebrates its 25th Anniversary. For the occasion, Chuck Berry and a ton of guests will close the show with a special rendition of “Roll Over Beethoven.”
January 31, 1981 – you do not want to miss Deborah Harry singing and hosting at “Solid Gold” with among other guests, Chuck Berry, Hall & Oates on a television channel near you
MC5’s ‘Back in the USA’ is their debut studio album (following ‘ Kick Out the Jams,’ a live album) released on January 15, 1970 by Atlantic. Track Listing : 1.Tutti Frutti (Dorothy Labostrie, Joe Lubin, Richard Penniman) -01:30 . 2.Tonight (Rob Tyner, Wayne Kramer, Fred Sonic Smith, Michael Davis, Dennis Thompson) – 02:29 . 3.Teenage […]
Keith Richards whose birthday is today – Happy Birthday BTW – has performed with, beside his famous Rolling Stones colleagues, a myriad of bands or solo artists of all genres. We have selected twelve of them : Eric Clapton, The Faces, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Sheryl Crow, Aretha Franklin, Mick Jagger, James Cotton, Etta […]