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6, The Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame - Chuck Berry, Wilko Johnson Presents The First Time I Met the Blues: Essential Chess Masters. [2] More complete performances from both concerts were released on Live at Berkeley (2003) and Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival (2015) (see Jimi Hendrix videography for more information about video releases). "Johnny B. Goode" is the Horatio Alger story of rock & roll, a message so basic that the song has become the inspiration for every kid who ever wanted to be in a rock & roll band or become a rock & roll star. 14, Reelin' and Rockin': The Best of Chuck Berry [Fourmatt], Rock 'N' Roll Music: The Listening Library, Rock n Roll Hits of the 50's, Vol. Chuck Berry's 20 Greatest Rock & Roll Hits, 101 Hits from the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame, 6 of the Best: 50's Rock 'n' Roll Artists, Best of the Blues: Chuck Berry - Blues Berry, Blues Infusion, Vol. In The Village Voice, Robert Christgau gave Johnny B. Goode an "A–" and called it "vivid testimony to the uses of digital mastering for archival music", finding the sound particularly "powerful" on side one.

Marketed as a "mini LP" soundtrack, it was released at the same time as a video album with the same title, but with more performances from Atlanta Pop. Written by Chuck Berry, the original version on Chess was also the first session that Berry utilized overdubbing to play the now famous guitar solos, a fairly new idea for rock & roll back in the 1950s. 2, The Rock 'N' Roll Era: 1958 - Street Corner Serenade [1], The U2 Jukebox: The Songs that Inspired the Band, Vintage Music: Original Classic Oldies from the 1950's, Vol. My Kind of Music: The Rock 'n' Roll Years! The Best Rock n Roll Album in the World… Ever! "Johnny B. Goode" is the Horatio Alger story of rock & roll, a message so basic that the song has become the inspiration for every kid who ever wanted to be in a rock & roll band or become a rock & roll star. Johnny B. Goode is a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix released in June 1986.

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1: January-June, Bar-B-Que Sizzlers 40 Original Recordings. It contains three songs from Hendrix's performance at the 1970 Atlanta International Pop Festival on July 4, 1970, and two songs from Berkeley Community Theatre on May 30, 1970.. Original 1966–1970 releases are marked in, Historic Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival, Blue Wild Angel: Live at the Isle of Wight, Machine Gun: The Fillmore East First Show, Songs for Groovy Children: The Fillmore East Concerts, Soundtrack Recordings from the Film Jimi Hendrix, Musique Originale du Film Jimi Plays Berkeley, Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix, Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection, Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Jimi Hendrix, West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Johnny_B._Goode_(album)&oldid=943491691, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, May 5 1970, Berkeley Community Theatre (1st Show), July 4 1970, Atlanta International Pop Festival, May 5 1970, Berkeley Community Theatre (2nd Show), This page was last edited on 2 March 2020, at 04:16. But as rich and full and inspirational as Berry's original was and is (Keith Richards claimed it was the first rock & roll record he really heard), the song is so irreducible in its simple genius that it has become adaptable in a number of cover versions, from Jerry Lee Lewis to Jimi Hendrix to Buck Owens to the Grateful Dead. 1 [United Audio], Blues-Rock Songbook: Millennium Collection - 20th Century Masters, Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: A Musical Journey, Rock and Roll at Fifty: A Galaxy of Hits from Rock's First Decade, Greatest Hits of the 50's [BMG Special Products], Shake Rattle & Roll: 50 Classic Rock N Roll Hits, Chess Pieces: The Very Best of Chess Records, Reelin' and Rockin': The Very Best of Chuck Berry, 20th Century Masters: Best of 50s Rock N Roll, Blowing the Fuse: 31 R&B Classics That Rocked the Jukebox in 1958, Johnny B. Goode: His Complete '50s Chess Recordings, The 1st Rock'n'roll Highway: The Greatest Moments in the Rock'n'roll History, Vol. No matter what course rock music may take in the next decade or two, as long as there are guitar bands and crowds that want to rock and sing along, somebody will be on-stage playing "Johnny B. Goode" to get a rise out of the crowd. As we all know, Goode wasn’t pounding a piano, singing into a microphone, or blowing a sax.

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1, Happy Days! In his 1958 masterpiece “Johnny B. Goode,” Berry created the ultimate rock-and-roll folk hero in just a few snappy verses. 5 (100 Essential Tracks), Blues Infusion, Vol.