Chuck Berry - Nadine / Come On album
Come On" is a song written and first released by Chuck Berry in 1961. It has been recorded in many versions by a large number of bands since its release, most notably the Rolling Stones. Come On" failed to chart in the US Top 100, but the B-side, "Go Go Go", reached number 38 on UK charts. According to the liner notes from the Berry compilation album The Great Twenty-Eight, the performers on the record were as follows: Chuck Berry – lead vocals, guitar. Johnnie Johnson – piano. Ebby Harding – drums.
Chuck Berry - Nadine Lyrics. Oh, Nadine, honey is that you? Seems like every time I see you darling You got something else to do. I saw her from the corner when she turned and doubled back And started walkin' toward a coffee colored Cadillac I was pushin' through the crowd tryin' to get to where she's at And I was campaign shouting like a southern diplomat
Is Nadine the best song by Chuck Berry? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Chuck Berry Nadine b/w O Rangutang Chess 1883(Blue Label) Mint 45 rpm 7 Condition: Used. Time left: 15h 52s. Ships to: Worldwide. CHUCK BERRY NADINE 45 7" CHESS O Rangutang 12907 Condition: Used. Time left: 1d 9h 35m 29s. CHUCK BERRY 45 NADINE/O RANGUTANG Condition: Used. Time left: 2d 8h 4m 32s. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change
Chuck Berry - The Ultimate Jukebox Generation Collection. Chuck Berry's Golden Hits. Nadine (Is It You) (Originally Performed by Chuck Berry).
Chuck Berry is a Chuck Berry album which was released in 1975 by Chess Records. Some pressings of this album carry the title Chuck Berry '75. Berry's daughter, Ingrid, is featured on backing vocals. This was Berry's final new album release for Chess Records, ending an off-and-on association with the label dating back 21 years. He moved on to Atco Records, for which he recorded his next (and, to date, most recent) studio album, 1979's Rock It. Track listing. All tracks composed by Chuck Berry; except where indicated.
Nadine (Is It You)?" has the distinction of being the first song that Chuck Berry recorded after being released from prison, where he served 18 months in 1962-1963. It offers eloquent testimony that Berry's abilities had not diminished a whit in the interim. The form is simple: "Nadine (Is It You?)" is a four-verse rhythm song with a basic, rolling R&B arrangement that doesn't even feature a bridge
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- Manufactured By – Artone
- Licensed From – Chess
- Written-By – Chuck Berry
|AR 45.111||Chuck Berry||Nadine / Come On (7", Single, RE)||Funckler||AR 45.111||Netherlands||1965|
|AR 45.111||Chuck Berry||Nadine / Come On (7", Single)||Funckler||AR 45.111||Netherlands||1964|