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Recorded live at The Midsouth Coliseum March 16, 1974 (2:30 pm) Memphis, TN Released 1997 Tracklisting Opening theme 2001 / C.C. Rider / I Got A woman - Amen / Love Me / Trying To Get To You / All Shook Up / Steamroller Blues / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / Love Me Tender / Johnny B. Goode / Hound Dog / Fever / Polk Salad Annie / Why Me Lord / Suspicious Minds / Introductions / I Can't Stop Loving You / Help Me / An American Trilogy / Let Me Be There / Funny How Time Slips Away / Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Theme
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(Words & music by Chuck Berry) Long distance information give me Memphis, Tennessee Help me find the party trying to get in touch with me She could not leave her number but I know who placed the call My uncle took the message and he wrote it on the wall Help me information to get in touch with my Marie She's the only one who'd phone me here from Memphis, Tennessee Her home is on the southside, high upon a ridge Just a half a mile from the Mississippi bridge Help me information more than that I cannot add Only that I miss her and all the fun we had But we were pulled apart because her mom did not agree Tore apart our happy home in Memphis, Tennessee The last time I saw Marie she was waving me goodbye With hurry home drops on her cheek that trickled from her eye Marie is...
Another magical moment on Delbert's cruise.
iTUNES: http://smarturl.it/mmf-challenger MERCH: http://riserecords.merchnow.com/catalogs/Memphis-May-Fire She's on the prowl. She wants it all & she'll stop at nothing! Everyone knows she's well aware of the fact that her self respect was long lost on her search for something. First in line to give it up to the guy at the bar buying two drinks at a time. One track mind, it's disgusting that she thinks she's got it all figured out, but what she doesn't know is that to us she's just another one of them. Girls like you are a dime a dozen. Just leave, just leave! We're all better off without your disease, disease! Take your pick from the willing but you'll never get me. It's obvious the stage is all that you see, so take your pick from the willing but you'll never get me. Just go! The innoce...
What his final thoughts were we can only guess. An abstract, photographic animation impression of the last journey singer Jeff Buckley covered on may 29, 1997. He drove from his house on Rembert Street, Memphis to the Wolf River. Listened to Led Zeppelin, went for a swim and drowned. His body was found on a level with Beale Street, music mecca of Memphis. Memphis, Tennessee, USA This photo-animation is shoot on slides, about 1200 x Duration: 2.40 min Production format: 35 mm photography
Of all the early breakthrough rock & roll artists, none is more important to the development of the music than Chuck Berry. He is its greatest songwriter, the main shaper of its instrumental voice, one of its greatest guitarists, and one of its greatest performers. Quite simply, without him there would be no Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, nor a myriad others. There would be no standard "Chuck Berry guitar intro," the instrument's clarion call to get the joint rockin' in any setting. The clippety-clop rhythms of rockabilly would not have been mainstreamed into the now standard 4/4 rock & roll beat. There would be no obsessive wordplay by modern-day tunesmiths; in fact, the whole history (and artistic level) of rock & roll songwriting would have been much poorer without him....
In which I cover the usual holiday things, but entirely forget to be smug about how warm it is here.