Chuck Berry's Finest Deep Cuts: 10 Overlooked Gems

Delve deeper into the rock originator's legacy with a selection of great tracks that goes beyond the huge hits

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"Oh What a Thrill" (1979)

Celebrating love and sex and music, as ever. And as much a phrasemaker as ever: "squeezing and teasing and pleasing the evening away," "All the clouds from the west go east to confess it's spring," "those same sweet songs of a golden yesterday." This tune was covered by Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe's Rockpile a year later, but with less of the easy sunshine and simple joy of being granted the privilege of staying the night with that beautiful someone.

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