Home / profit / The art of copying, from Chuck Berry to Toyota quoting : “Rolling Stone”

The art of copying, from Chuck Berry to Toyota quoting : “Rolling Stone”

according to

Good mixture and a real good flow.
“This is good, real smooth and soulful,” he continued.
“Real good to bump and shuffle to.
But Chuck Berry, who passed away last night at the age of 90, had an open mind when a fanzine writer played him songs by punk and new wave acts, including the Clash, the Sex Pistols and Talking Heads.
Of the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen,” he said, “What’s this guy so angry about anyway?

as informed in

See Chuck Berry Perform at 1958 Newport Jazz Festival

In 1958, Chuck Berry played Rhode Island’s Newport Jazz Festival.
He was a rare rock & roll act alongside acts like Thelonious Monk, Max Roach, Louis Armstrong and Dinah Washington.
The festival was immortalized in Bert Stern’s remarkable documentary Jazz on a Summer’s Day.
Chuck got it from T-Bone Walker, and I got it from Chuck, Muddy Waters, Elmore James and B.B.
The most stunning moment of the film is Berry’s “Sweet Little Sixteen.”

collected by :Victor Alphen

read more
visit us


Check Also

BAT 2017 profit drop because of political disruption, smuggled cigarettes

collected by :Victor Alphen referring to BAT Kenya Managing Director Beverly Spencer – Obatoyinbo tells …