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Audiogramme du mardi 3 Novembre 2015

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1. John Barry – Beat Girl
2. Lulu and The Luvvers – Shout
3. John Fred and His Playboy Band – Judy In Disguise (with Glasses)
4. Brian Poole and The Tremeloes – Do You Love Me
5. Adam and The Ants – Stand And Deliver
6. Lulu and David Bowie – The Man Who Sold The World
7. Harry Nilsson – 1941 (Live on BBC’s « Saturday Club » – Recorded November 5, 1968)
8. Rhye – The Fall (Live)
9. Rickie Lee Jones – We Belong Together
10. Tom Waits – November
11. Led Zeppelin – Black Mountain Side
12. Bert Jansch – Blackwater Side
13. Dave Matthews Band – Two Step
14. Ben Harper and Relentless7 – Under Pressure (Queen and David Bowie)
15. Rhye – Open (Live)
16. Neil Young and Crazy Horse – Down By The River

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Audiogramme du dimanche 10 mai 2015 / Robert Johnson

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1. Eric Clapton – Walkin’ Blues (take 1)
2. Robert Johnson – Malted Milk
3. Eric Clapton – Milkcow’s Calf Blues
4. Keb’ Mo’ & Corey Harris – Sweet Home Chicago
5. The Blues Brothers – Sweet Home Chicago
6. Lucky Peterson – I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom (Robert Johnson)
7. The Rolling Stones – Love In Vain
8. Cream – Crossroads
9. Robert Johnson – Cross Road Blues
10. Cassandra Wilson – Come on in My Kitchen
11. Soap and Skin – Me and The Devil (Gil Scott-Heron Cover)
12. Red Hot Chili Peppers – They’re Red Hot
13. Led Zeppelin – Travelling Riverside Blues
14. Big Joe Williams – Hellbound On My Trial
15. R.L. Burnside – Kindhearted Woman Blues
16. Robert Johnson – Steady Rollin’ Man

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“If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry’.” — John Lennon


This post is a weird double whammy. Actually, read on… It might even be a quadruple-whammy.

I was going through my digital music library and decided I’d clean it up a bit and make some space. I don’t know how I got to a really lo-res (56kbps!!!) version of Chuck Berry’s Memphis Tennessee.
And I remembered that John Lennon had nicked Come Together‘s opening line (Here come ol’ flat-top, he was movin’ up with me) from a Chuck Berry lyric. A few google search attempts later and I had discovered it was You Can’t Catch Me. I’d always thought it was Come on

He’d later record a whole album of Rock’n’Roll standards in order to settle this royalties issue.

It’s funny, I usually post so many lyrics, and this is a lyric-initiated blogpost but it’s actually leading to a mostly instrumental theme. Bear with me…

I then realized John Lennon was also “inspired” for Sun King, another track on Abbey Road.





Forget about the lyrics: they’re mostly gibberish and Google translate didn’t recognize the Span-talian at the end.
Focus on the progression: it sounds a lot like a Fleetwood Mac instrumental called Albatross





And the worst part is Peter Green got his inspiration from Chuck Berry‘s Deep Feeling





Once again, we have the Chuck Berry connection…
But wait, there’s more!
It seems a lot of lesser-known musicians are still not credited by the big boys. Click here to read some more about about Jake Holmes and Led Zeppelin’s Dazed and Confused.

And all this “inspiration” took me straight back to that lyric from 1992: “Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, comes from r ‘n’ b and soul…”





Ahaha ahaha ….
Pockets of hate, rockets of love
It’s never too late, the change in the color of
The color of her, the color of him
It really doesn’t matter what skin you’re in
Big yellow taxi cab passed me by
Stopped on the next corner to pick up a white guy
The color of you, the color of me
You can’t judge a man by looking at the marque

Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, comes from r ‘n’ b and soul
Don’t leave me standing in the cold
I used to fake ‘I never grow old’
Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, don’t leave me standing on the bleak
Don’t leave me stranded on the street
I see the light, I feel the heat

Blame it on you, blame it on me
Now let’s the race that won’t let’s get on history
Pain in my heart won’t let me be
Take it from me but don’t you take away my liberty

Father of coal, mother of pearl
Never too black to blush to pick up a white girl
The color of you, the color of me
You can’t judge a man by looking at the marque

Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, comes from r ‘n’ b and soul
Don’t leave me standing in the cold
I used to fake ‘I never grow old’
Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, don’t leave me standing on the bleak
Don’t leave me stranded on the street
I see the light, I feel the heat

Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino
Here come Elvis, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee

Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, comes from r ‘n’ b and soul ….
Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll, comes from r ‘n’ b and soul ….

Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino
Here come Elvis, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee
Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino
Here come Elvis, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee



I love everything about this song: the video, the lyrics, the story behind the album “Don’t Call Me Buckwheat” as well as Garland Jeffreys‘ crazy career.

But wait! there’s more… we go full circle once again: Hail hail rock ‘n’ roll is a documentary film that chronicles two concerts celebrating Chuck Berry‘s 60th birthday!!!


Post-Scriptum: As I was finishing this post I did a small research and realized John Lennon and Chuck Berry had actually played together on the Mike Douglas show in 1972!!! Thank you WFMU. I’ll leave you with a great version of the track that started this whole post!!!


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January 14, 2012 at 19:40