Some stereo recordings were released on re-issues in the s and s. For a full discussion see the blog article "Chuck Berry in Stereo". While the funny Dear Dad was also used for the upcomming album, this version of Lonely School Days was a long time rarity until re-released in the Nineties.
And although the U. Louis, St. The album has been reissued with additional material recorded live in England Again, both records are not exactly the same. For collectors this is another important record since Ramona Say Yes was not available in other form until the late Eighties. Lonely School Days is important, because this version is a completely different recording than the one issued on Chess one year earlier.
And of interest is that Chess was also published with the version of Havana Moon instead of Lonely School Days. Chuck Berry returned to Chess Records in November , recording another set of albums and singles. I will dedicate a whole chapter to this Back-At-Chess Era. In later years re-releases of Chess material not only contained the big hits and the well-known songs, records also displayed music from the original Chess tapes which had not been released before.
This section will list all the songs recorded at the Chess studios that have been published after Chess Records themselves was among the least active companies to publish such material. All three Marble Arch albums were available in mono and stereo versions. This version contains an alternate take of Come On and a different recording of Around and Around. Well, almost, as there also was MAL from MAL is one of the strangest Chuck Berry albums ever.
This is due to the fact that there are three different records with the same name and number. First there is a Mono version of MAL It contains 10 songs. It contains the same ten songs, though in true Stereo, even those that were released in Mono only before. And third there is another Stereo version of MALS which contains twelve songs, although both cover and label list only ten. The remaining songs from San Francisco Dues have been recorded after Chuck's return to Chess in This 2-LP set contained lesser known songs from Chuck's Chess era.
The first is an alternate take, the second and third are alternate mixes different from the ones released before. Carol has an additional piano overdub while Let It Rock misses the guitar overdub known from the hit version. Since the cover doesn't make a note on these two, it seems like someone just took the wrong tapes to master. The UK version of this record Chess In the remaining Seventies and early Eighties the Chess archives were sold several times, but none of the official owners was able or willing to release anything but the well-known classics.
Looking for Chuck Berry rarities you had to watch the release of private records a. For more information about this record read the corresponding blog article. Then in America's Hottest Wax Reelin' , image shows a later picture cover appeared. This record contained a lot of rare and unreleased material. For details about this bootleg look at the blog which supplements this page. In addition to producing a new album and film with Chuck Hail!
Rock 'n' Roll , MCA made true use of the archives. However, it only contains five versions of songs not heard previously. Goode, Beautiful Delilah, and Little Queenie. Collectors should be aware that some of these versions were glued together from different unreleased takes. The most part of this album is used by remixes of known songs. This means that MCA used the original tapes but mixed them in a new fashion to show true Stereo. Come On is the alternate take which was already released in stereo on Marble Arch MALS, but has been remixed to a different stereo version.
Sheldon Recording Studio, where all of the recordings were made, was located at South Michigan Ave. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chuck Berry. Retrieved December 8, Encyclopedia of Popular Music 4th ed. Oxford University Press. Retrieved October 26, These charges are the buyer's responsibility.
Packed securely in professional cardboard mailers with paper sleeve and plastic protector. Unless noted, all records are original pressings. My Grading Scale Why Mint- and not Mint? Shows minor signs of use like some very light paper scuffs or just a hint of groove wear.
Vinyl still retains most of its original gloss and plays superb. Vinyl still retains a majority of its original gloss and playback fidelity is still excellent.
My VG's are clean playing discs. Vinyl displays more scuffs and scratches but gloss is still present. Playback still has nice fidelity. There may be some light surface noise on certain low level recordings or on softer passages but it will be even and not distracting to the listening experience.
Many of these often play quite well and make very acceptable fillers until a better one comes along. If not noted, disc may playback with some minor surface noise or ticks.
Expect some surface noise, ticks, etc. Unless truly rare, anything in this grade would be more appropriate for skeet shooting. Skip to main content. Add to Watch list. People who viewed this item also viewed. Picture Information. Mouse over to Zoom - Click to enlarge.
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