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VG+ ON VINYL AND COVER. THE RECORD LOOKS AND SOUNDS GOOD. THE COVER HAS TIGHT SEAMS AND LOOKS GOOD, LIGHT SHELF WEAR(SEE PHOTOS). OVERALL GOOD ALBUM. ORIGINAL 1965 CHESS RECORDS LP 1498, MONO. a
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Tracklist: It Wasn''t Me, Run Joe, Every Day We Rock & Roll, One For My Baby (And One More For The Road), Welcome Back Pretty Baby, It''s My Own Business, Right Off Rampart Street, Vaya Con Dios, Merrily We Rock & Roll, My Mustang Ford, Ain''t That Just Like A Woman, Wee Hour Blues

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Mike N.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very suprised
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2017
I''m absolutely pleasantly surprised on how good this cd is from the perspective of the songwriting, the guitar playing ( absolutely NO ONE that plays rock guitar has not played one of the his licks, pro and amateur alike) His voice for a 90 year old is nothing sort of... See more
I''m absolutely pleasantly surprised on how good this cd is from the perspective of the songwriting, the guitar playing ( absolutely NO ONE that plays rock guitar has not played one of the his licks, pro and amateur alike) His voice for a 90 year old is nothing sort of amazing. He could have done this 40 + years ago and you wouldn''t know. His story telling on Dutchman is goose bump inducing.
As people say Elvis was the King...but simply put without Chuck there would most likely be no guitar driving rock, or it would be much different.

There are certain people who founded or were involved in their fields that will never be replace, Buddy Rich, Elvis, Beatles, Ali, BB King, Albert King, Robert Johnson, Babe Ruth...we can add the father of Rock and Roll to that Chuck Berry, at 90 I can only hope to be around and still feed myself, let alone play guitar and sing like that..
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Music Sense
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice Way To Go Out
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2017
Wow at age 90 to still be going like this is amazing. I actually like the slower songs on this disk versus the rockers, but all in all it is an enjoyable listen. The lyrics on one particular song are great where Chuck mentions he doesn''t want to stop playing. Sadly not too... See more
Wow at age 90 to still be going like this is amazing. I actually like the slower songs on this disk versus the rockers, but all in all it is an enjoyable listen. The lyrics on one particular song are great where Chuck mentions he doesn''t want to stop playing. Sadly not too long after this he was gone. His voice on this is quite strong considering his age. A few weak songs make this less than 5 stars. I wouldn''t have liked those songs if they were from the vintage Chuck. However for being 90 years old, and producing this, just adds to his legendary status. To anyone who is thinking about purchasing this you should be made aware that this is not the 1950''s Chuck Berry. It seems that anyone giving it a poor rating don''t seem to realize this.
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Joe & Cheryl DeMattei
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Swan Song
Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017
This is a really hard album to rate. I own Chuck''s entire discography, and this ranks somewhere between his 8th & 10th best album in my opinion. It is one of the better swan song albums ever, and probably third to only Bowie''s Blackstar & Otis Redding''s Dock of the... See more
This is a really hard album to rate. I own Chuck''s entire discography, and this ranks somewhere between his 8th & 10th best album in my opinion.
It is one of the better swan song albums ever, and probably third to only Bowie''s Blackstar & Otis Redding''s Dock of the Bay as greatest posthumous albums of all time. We''ll start off with the great songs. In my opinion there are 4-5 great songs on this album- specifically Wonderful Woman, Big Boys, Lady B Goode, and Dutchman. The great songs are what puts this up a few pegs when comparing to the rest of his discography- for example Back Home is a great album & more consistent than Chuck but (with the exception of Tulane) never quite reaches the heights this album does.
Out of the great tracks, Dutchman is worth special mention because it is easily Chuck''s beast spoken poetry song, and really showcases why I consider Chuck Berry to be the poet laureate of rock & roll.
The rest of the songs, except Jamaica Moon fall under either good or okay. The presence of Jamaica Moon on this album really annoys me, probably more than it should. It''s a remake of Havana Moon, which was already done & more interestingly so on his last album, Rock It. It''s worth noting that just making a disco remake of a song in the late 70''s wasn''t especially interesting, but it was still less lazy than Jamaica Moon. For me, that song''s presence knocks this album down from 5 stars to 4. Personally, I would have preferred that song been left off the album completely.
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Axis, Bold as LoveTop Contributor: Classic Rock
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
He could play that guitar like ringin'' a bell
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2020
This was the last berry in the bowl and it was still sweet. The problem with a serious Chuck Berry album is that he was forced to compete against himself and his own history. Chuck defined the parameters of Rock and Roll. A boy. A girl. The escape from school. Cruisin'' in a... See more
This was the last berry in the bowl and it was still sweet. The problem with a serious Chuck Berry album is that he was forced to compete against himself and his own history. Chuck defined the parameters of Rock and Roll. A boy. A girl. The escape from school. Cruisin'' in a souped-up jitney or Aeromobile. Hamburgers on the grill, night and day. No particular place to go..

The only thing Chuck could do is keep on keepin'' on. This he did for decade after decade. Nothing could stop him. Parental concerns...Nope. Police harassment...Nope. Sexual pecadillos...Nope. Tax problems...Nope. Composer credits...Nope. Changes in musical fashion. He took his lumps, but he always bounced back. The Energizer Bunny has nothing on Chuck Berry. He held steady to his vision. This he did into his 90s.

This CD is his last set of contemporary recordings. If this record had been produced in 1956, it would probably be considered a near-classic collection of Chuck Berry songs. That the songs are as good as they are, and written about 65 years after his heyday is a flippin'' miracle. Berry had nothing to prove. His music is in the cosmos alongside Beethoven on a gold disc headed into intergalactic space. Talk about you can''t catch me!

If you are feeling self-pity, old and in the way, then blast this disc while scarfin'' French fries in your ''56 T-Bird. Chuck was an adult when he captured ''50s teen life in 2 min. 30 sec. slices. Here he is the World''s Oldest Teenager singing the songs about and for Ancient Baby Boomers. The pop musicians of today should study Chuck for guidelines and directions about how you can actually Bop ''til you drop.
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Dave Fevertree SigmonTop Contributor: Blues Music
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Chuck Berry''s Fitting Coda
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
Worthwhile things can come to those who wait and this is an end-of-career, near masterwork from the true King of Rock and Roll. Even in the sunset of his life, Chuck could still deliver some vocal fireworks and play his guitar just like a ring in a bell. His other... See more
Worthwhile things can come to those who wait and this is an end-of-career, near masterwork from the true King of Rock and Roll. Even in the sunset of his life, Chuck could still deliver some vocal fireworks and play his guitar just like a ring in a bell. His other supporting guitarists (Chuck Berry, Jr., Tom Morello, Gary Clark, Jr.) contribute a lot of spice as well. It starts with two rollicking blues; "Wonderful Woman" and the single, "Big Boys". It''s a howl to hear him incorporate some French lyrics into that latter song and it stands proudly with his tremendous oldie, "You Never Can Tell". Chuck''s poetic lyrics were his other attribute.

There are two other Chuck Berry originals on "Chuck" that really tear through the wall. Both are unabashedly autobiographical. One is a touching duet which he sings with his daughter, Ingrid, called "Darlin"''. It''s as perfectly realized a song about aging and death as can get. Chuck''s voice reminds me of Ray Charles during his C&W period and it''s equally as soulful. The other track, "Dutchman", is the reason that Chuck Berry is the preeminent taleteller. He very effectively sing-speaks over a deliciously subtle blues guitar that sounds like it could have been performed at that bar he stepped into. It has a smoky ambience to it and that blues guitar and Chuck''s words cut the smoke.

The two cover songs Chuck does are intriguing - especially a live take of Tony Joe White''s amusing "3/4 Time (Enchiladas)". But where the album falters slightly are on "Lady B. Goode" and "Jamaica Moon". They''re nothing more than retreads of "Johny B. Goode" and "Havana Moon" with no real point.

After a 38-year gap, this is it. There will be no others. I''ll value it for what it is and accomplishes. The music on "Chuck" is confirmation enough that blues and country music, with a bit of gospel, were lifelong pleasures for Chuck Berry. And, in that way, it''s a fitting coda to his life.
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Mark Conlan
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A nice exit for the legendary rocker
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2020
Chuck Berry made better music than this, not only in the 1950''s but in two great 1970''s albums, "Back Home" and "Rockit," that should be in the collection of everyone who loves rock ''n'' roll. Still, I''m really glad he finished this record and got it ready for release before... See more
Chuck Berry made better music than this, not only in the 1950''s but in two great 1970''s albums, "Back Home" and "Rockit," that should be in the collection of everyone who loves rock ''n'' roll. Still, I''m really glad he finished this record and got it ready for release before he died. The voice is a bit more gravelly than it was in the glory years (at times he sounds a bit like late Ray Charles) but the music is still righteous. I especially liked "Big Boys," the 1930''s standard "You Go to My Head" (I STILL wish Berry would have made a standards album in the early 1980''s; judging from his performance of "I''m Through with Love" in the movie "Hail! Hail! Rock ''n'' Roll" it would have been an artistic triumph, and given how well Willie Nelson was doing with his standards albums it probably would have sold, too) and the final spoken-word pieces "Dutchman" and "Eyes of Man" (even though Berry''s best spoken-word track is the awesome "Pass Away" from "Rockit").
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Raj Manoharan
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Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2017
After gracing Earth with his presence for 90 years, the father of rock-and-roll has left us mere mortals behind, but not without bequeathing to us his final, posthumously-released gift. And what a gift it is! Chuck is Chuck''s first new studio album... See more
After gracing Earth with his presence for 90 years, the father of rock-and-roll has left us mere mortals behind, but not without bequeathing to us his final, posthumously-released gift.

And what a gift it is!

Chuck is Chuck''s first new studio album since 1979''s Rock It! (and obviously now his last one), and it shows an artist for whom age truly was a number, as he hadn''t lost his creative and performing spark.

I don''t know of any other musician who sounds or sounded as vibrant and energetic at 90 years of age as Chuck does on this record. His guitar playing and singing are as lively as ever, especially combined with the latest, state-of-the-art recording technology. Chuck is still rocking it!

The album is a family affair, with Chuck''s daughter on harmonica and accompanying/backup vocals and three generations of Berry men on guitars. Chuck Sr.''s classic style is unmistakable, with Chuck Jr. displaying more of a jazzy side and Chuck III ripping fiery, screeching solos. I hope the latter two continue their patriarch''s legacy, at least in terms of guitar playing.

Chuck has left the building, and he goes out at the top of his game.
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Going Haywire
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A last, short, blast of history before check out time. God Bless Chuuck Berry
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2018
It''s ok because it''s history of the man the pretty much started it all and without my knowing, put a guitar in my hands and ratcheted up my sense of humour and perseverance. Sadly, a higher review on the music wouldn''t feel true. Short songs, pieces of songs etc. He... See more
It''s ok because it''s history of the man the pretty much started it all and without my knowing, put a guitar in my hands and ratcheted up my sense of humour and perseverance. Sadly, a higher review on the music wouldn''t feel true. Short songs, pieces of songs etc. He knew he was heading on. EVERYONE who loves rock and roll should buy it! Chuck Berry''s last musical sounds on earth. Given his life spent being shagged down by "the man" the take all of his money they could I''d say "Some money maybe for the family is more than heroic."
It''s actual HISTORY!
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Diamond Dog
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Surprisingly good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 27, 2017
I was sceptical when I ordered. It was more out of the historical significance of this release because it was the last we''d hear from the one and only Chuck. What a pleasant surprise it turned out to be. The old licks are there as you would hope and expect, but they''re...See more
I was sceptical when I ordered. It was more out of the historical significance of this release because it was the last we''d hear from the one and only Chuck. What a pleasant surprise it turned out to be. The old licks are there as you would hope and expect, but they''re delivered with a confident maturity that could only ever have come from one man. The voice has mellowed but it''s still strong and still unique. There''s something for everyone here - from touching bluesly numbers to a couple of good old-fashioned Chuck Berry rockers in the vein of the great iconic early hit tunes. Check out Lady B. Goode and Dutchman in particular. I''ve played it 4 or 5 times today already!
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Ian Lever
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The promised land is all chucks
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 17, 2017
What a surprise this is , a near ninety year old playing like a teenager, from wonderful women to eyes of a man, a tour of all that is great about chuck ,blues rock n roll and all else in between Jamaica moon , a partner for Havana moon perhaps,but my personal favourite...See more
What a surprise this is , a near ninety year old playing like a teenager, from wonderful women to eyes of a man, a tour of all that is great about chuck ,blues rock n roll and all else in between Jamaica moon , a partner for Havana moon perhaps,but my personal favourite Dutchman superb thanks chuck.
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S. J. Blackwood
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A massive hero of mine , but this is a mixed bag .
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 26, 2017
I''ve got decidedly mixed views on this . Lady b Goode and big boys etc are great , however when I hear the instrumental track with chuck reciting poetry over it , I think considering this material has been amassed since around 1990 , these 10 tracks can''t be the best there...See more
I''ve got decidedly mixed views on this . Lady b Goode and big boys etc are great , however when I hear the instrumental track with chuck reciting poetry over it , I think considering this material has been amassed since around 1990 , these 10 tracks can''t be the best there is ?! Chucks playing ( and it is him playing - you can tell him from An imposter a Mile off ... ) is superb - as is his singing . The sound of the drums however - snare drum especially is really badly eq d . As I''ve said , he is a legend the true king of rock and roll , and one of my biggest heroes . I want to say that''s it''s astoninshing , but I don''t feel that way . It''s pretty short , it contains some material that I''m sure must be substandard to other stuff in the vaults , but at the same time it doesn''t ruin his legacy . If only all the tracks were as good as " Big Boys " ! ....
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like Dutchman, which is laid back talking over a ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 25, 2017
A worthwhile effort from the King of Rock n Roll at the end of his life. No surprises here. Just old time Chuck Berry rock n roll with his usual guitar licks and poetry lyrics. Not the full on energy of his classic work, but look at the mans age when he recorded this!!! A...See more
A worthwhile effort from the King of Rock n Roll at the end of his life. No surprises here. Just old time Chuck Berry rock n roll with his usual guitar licks and poetry lyrics. Not the full on energy of his classic work, but look at the mans age when he recorded this!!! A couple of unusual tracks, like Dutchman, which is laid back talking over a bluesy chicken picking riff. Hail Hail Rock n Roll. Farewell Chuck.
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THE TOAD
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hail, Hail (MR) Rock ''n Roll.....
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 1, 2017
Reviewed a previous purchase of this Legend''s released work but with his recent demise it''s a very sad day that no longer will we be able to do so again - save the ''Re-mastered'' re-releases, etc.. More articulate reviewers than I will no doubt wax lyrically than I on this...See more
Reviewed a previous purchase of this Legend''s released work but with his recent demise it''s a very sad day that no longer will we be able to do so again - save the ''Re-mastered'' re-releases, etc.. More articulate reviewers than I will no doubt wax lyrically than I on this CD, so I''ll just say BUY IT ! Good ol'' Chuck - THE MASTER !!
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