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The Definitive Collection

by Chuck Berry

The Definitive Collection by Chuck Berry

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The Definitive Collection

by Chuck Berry

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Label: Geffen/Chess
What is there to say about another Chuck Berry collection? Well, as the name suggests, this one is definitive. Also it has a pretty good picture of the most influential rock and roll musician of them all on the cover. More importantly, among the umpteen-zillionth inclusions of "Too Much Monkey Business" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" are "Promised Land" and "You Never Can Tell," two of Berry's all-time lesser-heard best songs. Also, it may not actually be humanly possible to ever get sick of the beginning of "Almost Grown," the guitar solo in "Come On" or all of "Little Queenie."

About This Album

What is there to say about another Chuck Berry collection? Well, as the name suggests, this one is definitive. Also it has a pretty good picture of the most influential rock and roll musician of them all on the cover. More importantly, among the umpteen-zillionth inclusions of "Too Much Monkey Business" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" are "Promised Land" and "You Never Can Tell," two of Berry's all-time lesser-heard best songs. Also, it may not actually be humanly possible to ever get sick of the beginning of "Almost Grown," the guitar solo in "Come On" or all of "Little Queenie."

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About This Album

What is there to say about another Chuck Berry collection? Well, as the name suggests, this one is definitive. Also it has a pretty good picture of the most influential rock and roll musician of them all on the cover. More importantly, among the umpteen-zillionth inclusions of "Too Much Monkey Business" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" are "Promised Land" and "You Never Can Tell," two of Berry's all-time lesser-heard best songs. Also, it may not actually be humanly possible to ever get sick of the beginning of "Almost Grown," the guitar solo in "Come On" or all of "Little Queenie."