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jueves, 8 de noviembre de 2018

Chuck Berry • Fresh Berry's



Review by Bruce Eder
Chuck Berry's last album for Chess, for the next four years, has him back in the U.S., and running smack into the mid-'60s blues revival, playing with the likes of Paul Butterfield and Mike Bloomfield (who were beginning a brief but productive association with Muddy Waters around this time). The material varies from first-rate songs ("It Wasn't Me," "My Mustang Ford," "Ain't That Just Like a Woman") that sound utterly contemporary, to fascinating experiments ("One for My Baby") and filler like "Everyday We Rock and Roll" and "Merrily We Rock and Roll." He still rocks out, and sounds like he's having a great time playing blues with Bloomfield and Butterfield ("Sad Day-Long Night" etc.), sounding like an old Chicago bluesman, which, ironically, was the direction he chose to go in during his subsequent four-year stint with Mercury Records. He still does some straight rock & roll -- "It's My Own Business" is a great teen rebellion number -- and occasionally indulges his taste for music from the islands ("Run Joe"), in what was essentially an era-closing album, and his last attempt at making a contemporary album with his established sound. Berry's next step was four years of neglect, followed by his rediscovery as an "oldies" act.

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Revisión por Bruce Eder
El último álbum de Chuck Berry para Chess, para los próximos cuatro años, lo tiene de vuelta en los EE. UU., Y se encuentra en pleno revival del blues de mediados de los 60, tocando con personajes como Paul Butterfield y Mike Bloomfield (quienes estaban comenzando una breve pero productiva asociación con Muddy Waters alrededor de este tiempo). El material varía de canciones de primer nivel ("No era yo", "Mi Mustang Ford", "No soy como una mujer") que suenan absolutamente contemporáneos, a experimentos fascinantes ("One for My Baby") y relleno como "Everyday We Rock and Roll" y "Merrily We Rock and Roll". Todavía se divierte, y parece que se lo está pasando genial tocando blues con Bloomfield y Butterfield ("Sad Day-Long Night", etc.), que suena como un viejo bluesman de Chicago, que, irónicamente, fue la dirección que eligió para ir durante su posterior período de cuatro años con Mercury Records. Él todavía hace algo de rock and roll directo, "It's My Own Business" es un gran número de rebelión de adolescentes, y ocasionalmente complace su gusto por la música de las islas ("Run Joe"), en lo que esencialmente fue un álbum que cierra la era. , y su último intento de hacer un álbum contemporáneo con su sonido establecido. El siguiente paso de Berry fue cuatro años de abandono, seguido de su redescubrimiento como un acto "oldies".


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A1 It Wasn't Me
A2 Run, Joe
A3 Every Day We Rock & Roll
A4 One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
A5 Welcome Back, Pretty Baby
A6 It's My Own Business
B1 Right Off Rampart Street
B2 Vaya Con Dios
B3 Merrily We Rock & Roll
B4 My Mustang Ford
B5 Ain't That Just Like A Woman
B6 Wee Hour Blues

Label: Chess
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