The Things I Used To Do - Chuck Berry - Blues (CD)


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2003
Label: MCA - Chess Records - B0000530-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues


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  1. The Things I Used To Do: St. Louis Blues: Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; B Chuck Berry: Blues ‎ (CD, Comp, RE, RM) MCA Records, Chess: B US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release4/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blues Berry on Discogs. Label: DeAgostini - BLUES N ,DeAgostini - Blues N • Series: The Blues Collection - 5 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Rock & Roll BLU CD Chuck Berry: Blues Berry /5(6).
  3. Blues by Chuck Berry investigates the seminal rock and roller's blues roots. Actually, Berry's real roots were in country and western music, but his first contacts with other musicians were blues musicians like Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon, so he adapted his sound /5(68).
  4. Jul 05,  · Chuck Berry’s Intro On “The Things I Used To Do”. I would wager a guess that most people are more familiar with Chuck Berry’s rock and roll playing on classics like “Johnny B. Goode,” or “Roll Over Beethoven ”. But I saw a really cool old television broadcast of Chuck Berry playing the classic blues tune, “The Things I Used To Do,” and the elements he used in his introduction were .
  5. Ace has delivered a nearly perfect compilation of Berry blues, imperfect because in this reviewers' opinion, leaving out "Have Mercy, Judge", and "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" is a cryin' shame. The latter track features Chuck's Daughter, Ingrid - a wonderful recording session reuinion - my research shows they cut "Come On" 14 years earlier /5(5).
  6. Chuck Berry grew up on the blues, taking Muddy Waters as a particular hero, so when he signed with Chess Records in the mid-'50s, the label undoubtedly figured they were getting a blues artist. Which Berry was, but his bright, skittering guitar style and penchant for writing songs with lyrics that set aside blues clichés for something closer to beat poetry meant Berry's forward-looking 7/
  7. Ace's compilation On the Blues Side is an excellent one -- the first to offer an in-depth look at the blues-oriented recordings Chuck Berry cut during his legendary run at Chess during the '50s and '60s. There would be other collections like this later -- including MCA/Chess' own Blues-- but this still remains superb, containing the best of his smoky late-night instrumentals and blues.
  8. But I saw a really cool old television broadcast of Chuck Berry playing the classic blues tune, "The Things I Used To Do," and the elements he used in his introduction were classic blues moves that you really should know how to do. Even if you don't play this song exactly the same as Chuck Berry, there are plenty of good things to learn here.