Series in which Roger Daltrey profiles pioneering rocker Chuck Berry , who -though much olderthan the likes of Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee
Lewis - spoke to a generation of American teens with his singular sound derived from white and black influences.
This edition recalls more of Berry's influences, including Nat King Cole's Calypso
Blues, which inspired Berry's Havana Moon, which in turn inspired the rock'n'roll classic Louie Louie. Plus a look at Berry's touring with the likes of Fats Domino and Frankie Lymon and the appeal of his lyrics forteenagers.
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