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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"You Two" (1964)

A hipster double date, involving "the cozy clan of four" taking a ride to drink in some country air and roast hot dogs, with a portable record player in tow to provide some jazzy sounds. "Listening to my idol Nat Cole prompted me to sing sentimental songs with distinct diction," Berry wrote in his autobiography. This gentle swinger is one of his sweetest, a portrait of domestic bliss and modern leisure. 

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