CHUCK BERRY - Complete Live T.V Show (1965) Waterloo, Belgium (HD)

CHUCK BERRY - Complete Live T.V Show (1965) Waterloo, Belgium (HD)

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Chuck Berry Complete Live Concert for Belgium Télévision R.T.B T.V Show " Face au public Recorded February 6th & Broadcast May 11, 1965 at Universal Studios - Waterloo, Belgium.


1 - Intro
2 - 01:02​ Maybellene
3 - 03:50​ The Things I Used To Do
4 - 09:18​ Roll Over Beethoven
5 - 14:20​ Memphis Tennessee
6 - 18:10​ No Particular Place To go
7 - 21:05​ Promised Land
8 - 23:59​ Johnny B. Goode


Chuck Berry (lead guitar & vocal) (October 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017)

Eddie "Ed" Hunton (drums) played also with Earl Grant late 50s & Eddie Boyd later.

Willy Albimoor (piano) sometimes William Albimoor or Bill Ador (pseudonym of Willy Noël
De Moor) ( born: Wevelgem, December 28, 1924 - died: Waremme, December 11, 2004 )
 was a Belgian composer and pianist.

De Moor started as a jazz pianist and has been part of Roger Vanhaverbeke's trio since the 1950s.

He has worked with well-known jazz musicians such as Jack Sels, Etienne Verschueren, Herman Sandy, David Bee, Sadi Lallemand and Fud Candrix.
He contributed to the big band album "Swing a little" by Sadi Lallemand (Palette - 2341020) 1971, and the album "Jazz in little Belgium" Decca - 123.259 from 1958.

He also accompanied famous names such as Chuck Berry, Josephine Baker and Fud Leclerc a Belgian singer, pianist, accordionist, and composer (who was also the pianist of Juliette Gréco, but better known for having represented Belgium 4 times in the Eurovision contest)
He also supervised all revues of the Compagnie des Galeries in the "Théâtre Royal des Galeries" from its inception in 1953 to 1992.
Under the pseudonym Bill Ador, he wrote the song "Jungle Fever" for The Chakachas in 1971.
It became his biggest hit, reaching number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1972.

Roger Vanhaverbeke aka Ed Rogers (double bass) born in Ostend, August 1930 - died in Brussels, March 5, 2010 (Belgium)
Legendary figure of Belgian jazz, follower of Ray Brown,
he had accompanied all the great national musicians: Sadi, Toots Thielemans, Jack Sels, Etienne Verschueren, Phil Abraham ... A personal friend of Clark Terry's, he had traveled around Belgium in the company of the greatest: Art Farmer, Bill Coleman, Frank Rosolino , Johnny Griffin, Pepper Adams, Dany Doriz, Benny Bailey or Deborah Brown, to name a few.

In March 2009, JAZZ HOT MAGAZINE had met him and offered him his cover (Jazz Hot n ° 648).
His impressive journey is detailed and tells the history of jazz in Belgium since the fifties.
In the last part of his career, he was found with his "New Look Trio" often accompanying renowned musicians on tour, singers in particular like the exceptional Deborah Brown among others ...
In poor health, he had definitely hung up his bass a few weeks before his 80th birthday.

Willy Donni (guitar) from Landen, Belgium has a long career behind him, as a blues and jazz  musician.
Here a few of the musicians he played with :
In the sixties : Chuck Berry (tv. in 65) T. Bone Walker (69), Jimmy Whiterspoon (at the Blue Note in Brussels. (Al Goyens' club.).
Later with Bill Coleman, Milt Buckner, Ray Nance, Bud Freeman, Wallace Davenport, Earl Warren, Wild Bill Davis,  Mickey Baker, Memphis Slim, Eddie Boyd, Jack Dupree, Curtis Jones, Snooky Pryor, Eddie Guitar Burns, Whispering Smith, Lightnin'Slim, etc...
He died on June 22, 2017.



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