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Chuck Berry in London


Chuck Berry in London

Chuck Berry In London
Studio album by Chuck Berry
Released 1965
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock and roll
Length 35:33
Label Chess
Producer Leonard Chess, Philip Chess
Chuck Berry chronology
St. Louis to Liverpool
Chuck Berry In London
Fresh Berry's

Chuck Berry In London is a Chuck Berry album which was released in 1965 under Chess Records.

Track listing

  1. "My Little Love-Light" - 2:38
  2. "She Once Was Mine" - 2:38
  3. "After It's Over" - 2:20
  4. "I Got a Booking" - 2:54
  5. "Night Beat" - 2:43
  6. "His Daughter Caroline" - 3:16
  7. "You Came a Long Way from St Louis" - 2:08
  8. "St. Louis Blues" (W.C. Handy) - 2:39
  9. "Jamaica Farewell Song" (Lord Burgess) - 2:08
  10. "Dear Dad" - 1:51
  11. "Butterscotch" - 2:40
  12. "The Song of My Love" - 2:30
  13. "Why Should We End This Way" - 2:53
  14. "I Want to Be Your Driver" - 2:15


  • Chuck Berry - Guitar, Vocals
  • Bill Armstrong - Backing Vocals
  • Jules Blattner - [guitar]
  • Mike Boocock - Backing Vocals
  • Howard Jones-[drums]
  • Neil Carter - Backing V
  • Louis Cennamo - Bass
  • Jeff Crivet - Guitar
  • Roger Eagle - Backing Vocals
  • Roger Fairhurst - Backing Vocals
  • Rick Green - Backing Vocals
  • Peter John Hogman - Harmonica
  • Chick Kattenhorn - Drums
  • Bob Scrivens - Piano
  • Brian Hamilton - Tenor Saxophone
  • Brian Smith - Backing Vocals
  • Bill Bixler -Bass
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