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Goodbye, Chuck Berry

     
3:08 pm on Mar 19, 2017 (gmt 0)

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Those famous guitar licks .... that raggedy rhythm and tongue-in-cheek vocal... He will be missed.
12:05 am on Mar 20, 2017 (gmt 0)

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my first 45 was a chuck berry song. (johnny b goode was on the b side)
many of my favorite bands had his songs in their regular live repertoire, including the grateful dead and the rolling stones.
i never saw him live - missed my last chance over 5 years ago and have been regretting that ever since.
for years he had a monthly residency at blueberry hill in st louis - his last show was october 2014.

keep on rockin, chuck!
5:29 am on Mar 20, 2017 (gmt 0)

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phranque, I misread your post as "My first 45 years were a Chuck Berry song" and thought Yeah, I know what you mean.

Oops.
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I talked with him once in Hollywood on the street. Can't remember what we talked about but I do remember his shoes were polished really well... and he was cranky :)
 

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