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The Chuck Berry Database contains the most accurate and up to date information about the recordings of Chuck Berry.

Fred Rothwell: Long Distance Information Morten Reff: Chuck Berry International Directory Vol. 1 The database is an international joint work by Fred Rothwell, England, author of "Long Distance information - Chuck Berry's Recorded Legacy", Morten Reff, Norway, author of "The Chuck Berry International Directory", and Dietmar Rudolph, Germany, author of "A Collector's Guide to the Music of Chuck Berry" featuring collaboration from Thierry Chanu (†), Arne Wolfswinkel, and Claude Schlouch with help from record collectors world-wide.

Using this database you can find out which songs Chuck Berry recorded during his musical career, when he recorded the often multiple versions of a song, and who helped recording it.

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E. Rodney Jones can be heard on these Chuck Berry recordings:

E. Rodney Jones

6. or 15. 5. 1957 (CHESS Records)

How High The Moon (instrumental)
(Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis)
CHESS Recording

Chuck Berryguitar
Lafayette Leakepiano
Willie Dixondouble bass
Fred Belowdrums

MasterCHESS 12496
ProducerLeonard & Phil Chess
First release on albumAmerica's Hottest Wax (Reelin' 001, EU, 1979)

Audience dubbed (CHESS)

Length on some releases only 1:03
E. Rodney Jonesmaster of ceremonies (overdub)
-audience (overdub)
First release on albumChuck Berry On Stage (CHESS LP 1480, USA, 1963-08)

Audience dubbed (Stack-O-Hits)

+audience (overdub)
First release on albumAlive and Rockin' (Stack-O-Hits AG 9019, USA, 1983-05)


3. 8. 1961 (CHESS Records)

Go Go Go | Go Go Go Johnny B Goode
(Chuck Berry)
CHESS Recording, original release

Chuck Berryvocal, guitar
Martha Berryvocal
Matthew "Matt Guitar" Murphyguitar
Lafayette Leakepiano
Abe Locketenor saxophone
John Jacksontenor saxophone
Reggie Boydelectric bass
Philip "Phil" Thomasdrums

Original Mono mix

MasterCHESS 11075
ProducerLeonard & Phil Chess
First release on 45rpmGo Go Go b/w Come On (CHESS 1799, USA, 1961-10)
First release on albumGreatest Hits (CHESS CRL-4548, UK, 1969-04)

1986 Stereo mix

EngineerSteve Hoffman
First release on 45rpmGo, Go, Go Johnny B. Goode b/w Time Was (Collectables COL.3475, USA, 1988)
First release on albumMore Rock 'n' Roll Rarities (CHESS 9190, USA, 1986-08)

Audience dubbed

E. Rodney Jonesmaster of ceremonies (overdub)
-audience (overdub)
First release on albumChuck Berry On Stage (CHESS LP 1480, USA, 1963-08)


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