Chuck Berry, a man who famously punched Keith Richards in the face for touching his guitar, wasn't exactly known as the most of enthusiastic of collaborators. Yet over the course of his lengthy career, the rock & roll legend, who died Saturday at the age of 90, managed to clock in plenty of noteworthy team-ups. They range from the legendary – such as his 1972 TV rock-out with John Lennon and an equally godlike 1995 appearance with Bruce Springsteen – to the lackluster, like his duet with Shabba Ranks on 1995's "Go Shabba Go." Here are 10 of Berry's most historic, intriguing and/or outright outrageous collaborations.