TJR says

Having been released from prison in October ’63, Chuck got straight back to work as he sought to retain his place as one of the World’s primary rockers. The scene was changing all around him – but he just got on with the business of being a high energy Rock n Roller, although the new rock beat is apparent from time to time. Sticking Liverpool in the album’s title wasn’t just a titular gimmick! His new album of works was issued in November, and included all 8 of his single sides from this year, including his major comeback hits, “No Particular Place To Go” and “You Never Can Tell”. The sizzling hot “Promised Land” was the brand new single released in the same month as the LP. “St Louis to Liverpool” was as almost as brilliant as his debut LP back in ’57 – Chuck was back and he was on the form of his life.

The Jukebox Rebel
29-Dec-2007

A1 [02:37] 7.9.png Chuck Berry - Little Marie (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A2 [02:03] 7.7.png Chuck Berry - Our Little Rendezvous (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A3 [02:44] 8.8.png Chuck Berry - No Particular Place To Go (Charles Berry) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A4 [02:11] 6.5.png Chuck Berry - You Two (Charles Berry) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A5 [02:24] 9.2.png Chuck Berry - Promised Land (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A6 [02:43] 9.1.png Chuck Berry - You Never Can Tell (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B1 [02:59] 7.1.png Chuck Berry - Go Bobby Soxer (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B2 [02:42] 7.5.png Chuck Berry - Things I Used To Do (Eddie Jones) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B3 [02:56] 7.5.png Chuck Berry - Liverpool Drive (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B4 [02:46] 7.3.png Chuck Berry - Night Beat (Charles Berry) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B5 [03:14] 6.6.png Chuck Berry - Merry Christmas Baby (Lou Baxter, Johnny Moore) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B6 [02:15] 6.5.png Chuck Berry - Brenda Lee (Charles Berry) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly




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