The Routers - The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book mp3 album
|Genre:||Rock / Pop|
|Title:||The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book|
|Date of release:||1977|
|MP3 album size:||1213 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1726 mb|
|Digital formats:||AAC APE ADX RA WMA WAV MMF|
Listen free to The Routers – Play the Chuck Berry Song Book (School Days (2006 Remastered Version), Sweet Little Sixteen (2006 Remastered Version) and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
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1963 Great Instrumental Hits.
Play The Chuck Berry Song Book.
Although the Routers started off as a real band, by the time the quintet had garnered their solitary charting single, "Let's Go!" in 1963, Warner Brothers staff producer Joe Saraceno had replaced them with various and sundry members of the all-star recording studio heavyweights known as the Wrecking Crew. This A list included the respective talents of Hal Blaine (drums), Leon Russell (keyboards), Tommy Tedesco (guitar), and Carol Kaye (bass). Most notably featured was Plas Johnson (sax), whose yakety brass was often at the musical center of the material.
Free download and listen Play The Chuck Berry Song Book. The Routers - Too Much Monkey Business 02:37. The Routers - No Particular Place to Go 02:48. The Routers - Sweet Little Sixteen 03:20. 1963 Great Instrumental Hits - The Routers. Charge! - The Routers. Let's Go! With The Routers - The Routers.
School Days (2006 Remastered Version). 02. Sweet Little Sixteen (2006 Remastered Version). 03. Too Much Monkey Business (2006 Remastered Version). 04. Wee Wee Hours (2006 Remastered Version). 05. Bye, Bye, Johnny (2006 Remastered Version). 06. Memphis Tennessee (2006 Remastered Version).
Album: Play The Chuck Berry Song Book. The Routers: best 2 tracks. The Routers - Wild Weekend 1963 Great Instrumental Hits, 1964 02:08. The Routers - Marie Elena 1963 Great Instrumental Hits, 1964 02:34.
Chuck is the eponymous (posthumous) twentieth and final studio album by American rock and roll singer and guitarist Chuck Berry, released in June 2017. Berry died between the announcement of its recording on his 90th birthday in October 2016 and its release. It (posthumously) became his first UK Top 10 chart entry since 1977, debuting at No. 9. This is the first Berry studio album to be released in almost four decades
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|A2||Sweet Little Sixteen||3:00|
|A3||Too Much Monkey Business||2:34|
|A4||Wee Wee Hours||2:47|
|A5||Bye, Bye, Johnny||2:12|
|B1||Johnny B. Goode||2:55|
Written-By – Freed*, Berry*, Fratto*
|B3||Rock & Roll Music||2:30|
|B4||Roll Over Beethoven||2:45|
|B5||You Never Can Tell||2:17|
|B6||No Particular Place To Go||2:47|
- Arranged By – Rene Hall
- Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
- Engineer – Hal Linstrot*
- Producer – Joe Saraceno
- Recording Supervisor – Sid Sharpe*
- Written-By – Chuck Berry
NotesBack cover: Made in Belgium
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|WS 1595||The Routers||The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WS 1595||US||1965|
|CCM-338-2||The Routers||The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book (CD, RE)||Collectors' Choice Music||CCM-338-2||US||2003|
|W 1595||The Routers||The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book (LP, Mono)||Warner Bros. Records||W 1595||Canada||1965|
|W 1595||The Routers||The Routers Play The Chuck Berry Song Book (LP, Mono)||Warner Bros. Records||W 1595||US||1965|