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Chuck Berry - After School Session FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 School Day (Ring Ring Goes The Bell)
A2 Deep Feeling
A3 Too Much Monkey Business
A4 Wee Wee Hours
A5 Roly Poly
A6 No Money Down
B1 Brown Eyed Handsome Man
B2 Berry Pickin'
B3 Together (We Will Always Be)
B4 Havana Moon
B5 Down Bound Train
B6 Drifting Heart

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Arc Music

Credits

  • Written-By – Berry*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 8448
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 8449
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
81206 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) State Of Art 81206 Europe 2017
515030 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Album, RE) Chess 515030 France Unknown
LP 1426 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Mono) Chess LP 1426 US 1957
CH-9284 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Chess, MCA Records CH-9284 US 1989
CHD-9284 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) MCA Records CHD-9284 US 1989

Tracklist

1 School Day 2:43
2 Deep Feeling 2:21
3 Too Much Monkey Business 2:56
4 Wee Wee Hours 3:05
5 Roly Poly (aka Rolli Polli) 2:51
6 No Money Down 2:59
7 Brown Eyed Handsome Man 2:19
8 Berry Pickin' 2:33
9 Together (We Will Always Be) 2:39
10 Havana Moon 3:09
11 Downbound Train 2:51
12 Drifting Heart 2:47

Notes

2014 rerelease of this 1957 classic, comes with bonus CD

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060174956379

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP 1426, LP-1426 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Mono) Chess, Chess LP 1426, LP-1426 US 1957
81206 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) State Of Art 81206 Europe 2017
515030 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Album, RE) Chess 515030 France Unknown
LP 1426 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Mono) Chess LP 1426 US 1957
CH-9284 Chuck Berry After School Session ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Chess, MCA Records CH-9284 US 1989


Chuck Berry - After School Session FLAC album

Musician performer: Chuck Berry

Title: After School Session

Country: Europe

Date of release: 1957

Style: Rock & Roll

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1559 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 725

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Maucage
mine says electronically altered for stereo..any thoughts? it has a black cover
Maucage
mine says electronically altered for stereo..any thoughts? it has a black cover
Djang
Just picked one up that's similar to yours - "Electronically altered for stereo." Did you find the Discogs entry or create your own, George?
Djang
Just picked one up that's similar to yours - "Electronically altered for stereo." Did you find the Discogs entry or create your own, George?
Amhirishes
I have a copy of this wonderful record. An original I believe. It has the yellow box on the front cover and the rare blue with silver writing label (not to be confused with the later blue fade labels). Does anybody have any info on this pressing? Is the blue label also a first press like the black and silver?
Amhirishes
I have a copy of this wonderful record. An original I believe. It has the yellow box on the front cover and the rare blue with silver writing label (not to be confused with the later blue fade labels). Does anybody have any info on this pressing? Is the blue label also a first press like the black and silver?
Hucama
The blue pressing is a first pressing. I read that the blue labels were used because they ran out of black.
Hucama
The blue pressing is a first pressing. I read that the blue labels were used because they ran out of black.
Mozel
Isn't there a Stereo repress in the 60's or 70's with a blue fade label?
Mozel
Isn't there a Stereo repress in the 60's or 70's with a blue fade label?
Dobpota
yes,lps-1426-"electronic stereo"-late 60's
Dobpota
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Vichredag
This is essential to anyone's collection of classic rock and roll. Although Chuck's only real 'hit' was the abysmal 'My Ding-A-Ling', he was responsible for at least two albums full of other people's hits.I consider Berry the true 'King of Rock and Roll'. His guitar style practically invented what became rock. Unlike Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry wrote his own material, and the quality of his lyrics often entered the realm of poetry, with images of 'coffee colored Cadillacs' and 'hurry home drop tears'.This first album for Chess record finds five bona fide Berry classics. Side one kicks off with one of the first rock and roll anthems, "School Days" with the knowing lyric "and the guy behind you won't leave you alone'. The exhilarating finish, with Chuck proclaiming 'hail, hail rock and roll' only testifies to the exuberance of the new musical medium.'Too Much Monkey Business' features Chuck's now-famous shotgun delivery of clever lyrics (to be imitated by Dylan quite well on his 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'). The verses tell of the many frustrations of teenage life. 'Same thing everyday, gettin' up, go to school, no need to be complaining, my objection's overruled.' Wonderful stuff."No Money Down" is one of the many Berry tunes that's centers around the automobile. It's a tribute to Berry's wordplay that you aren't always certain whether he's singing about a car or a girl, so consuming are the passions of each. (Would have really been nice to include 'Maybellene' on this collection.)"Brown Eyed Handsome Man" is black pride without being obnoxious and "in your face" about it, as so many lesser talents have done through the years. Once again, the quality of the writing is exemplary. At a time when myriads of 'moon, spoon, balloon' rhymes were strung together, Berry is penning "Milo Venus was a beautiful lass, she had the world in the palm of her hand. She lost both her arms in a wrestling match to meet a brown eyed handsome man".To this day, one of the strangest songs I have ever heard is the obscure Berry track "Downbound Train". A tale of a drunkard's nightmare, it's a 'Twilight Zone' screenplay complete in under three minutes.An island-style rhythm is featured in 'Havana Moon', along with some blues instrumentals. The blues numbers, to me, are the weakest cuts. Chuck was always best at rock and roll.A man with incredible style and intelligence, Chuck Berry was no technical genius, and he's been winging it with live shows for decades. It's enough that he is Chuck Berry.And this is possibly the greatest rock and roll album ever released.
Vichredag
This is essential to anyone's collection of classic rock and roll. Although Chuck's only real 'hit' was the abysmal 'My Ding-A-Ling', he was responsible for at least two albums full of other people's hits.I consider Berry the true 'King of Rock and Roll'. His guitar style practically invented what became rock. Unlike Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry wrote his own material, and the quality of his lyrics often entered the realm of poetry, with images of 'coffee colored Cadillacs' and 'hurry home drop tears'.This first album for Chess record finds five bona fide Berry classics. Side one kicks off with one of the first rock and roll anthems, "School Days" with the knowing lyric "and the guy behind you won't leave you alone'. The exhilarating finish, with Chuck proclaiming 'hail, hail rock and roll' only testifies to the exuberance of the new musical medium.'Too Much Monkey Business' features Chuck's now-famous shotgun delivery of clever lyrics (to be imitated by Dylan quite well on his 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'). The verses tell of the many frustrations of teenage life. 'Same thing everyday, gettin' up, go to school, no need to be complaining, my objection's overruled.' Wonderful stuff."No Money Down" is one of the many Berry tunes that's centers around the automobile. It's a tribute to Berry's wordplay that you aren't always certain whether he's singing about a car or a girl, so consuming are the passions of each. (Would have really been nice to include 'Maybellene' on this collection.)"Brown Eyed Handsome Man" is black pride without being obnoxious and "in your face" about it, as so many lesser talents have done through the years. Once again, the quality of the writing is exemplary. At a time when myriads of 'moon, spoon, balloon' rhymes were strung together, Berry is penning "Milo Venus was a beautiful lass, she had the world in the palm of her hand. She lost both her arms in a wrestling match to meet a brown eyed handsome man".To this day, one of the strangest songs I have ever heard is the obscure Berry track "Downbound Train". A tale of a drunkard's nightmare, it's a 'Twilight Zone' screenplay complete in under three minutes.An island-style rhythm is featured in 'Havana Moon', along with some blues instrumentals. The blues numbers, to me, are the weakest cuts. Chuck was always best at rock and roll.A man with incredible style and intelligence, Chuck Berry was no technical genius, and he's been winging it with live shows for decades. It's enough that he is Chuck Berry.And this is possibly the greatest rock and roll album ever released.