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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Could Never Grab The Brass Ring Himself 1 Sept. 2007
By AvidOldiesCollector - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Richard Berry's biggest claim to fame was as a session singer of some note during the height of the birth of Rock & Roll in the mid-1950s. He is, for example, the male voice on the classic The Wallflower [Roll With Me Henry] by Etta James and "The Peaches" in 1955. He can also be heard doing the narration on Riot In Cell Block No. 9 by The Robins [later The Coasters], brought to the recording session specifically for that purpose by Leiber and Stoller.

He was also a composer of some renown, writing many songs with the late great Jesse Belvin and, of course, wrote and recorded the first version of Louie Louie with his group The Pharaohs in 1956. It didn't go anywhere then, but seven years later it would become a million-seller for The Kingsmen.

On his own, however, he could never attain that magical hit record despite putting out almost three dozen singles for labels like Smash, K&G, AMC, Bold Soul, and many others. Here, Ace puts together a fairly good representation of his unique approach to a song.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
WHERE'S LOUIE? 8 Dec. 2007
By COMPUTERJAZZMAN - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
GREAT R&B STUFF FROM L.A. IN TH 1950'S. RICHARD BERRY RECORDED AND WROTE A LOT OF SONGS COVERED BY VOCAL HARMONAY BANDS FROM THERE. LOSES A STAR, THOUGH, 'CAUSE IT DOESN'T INCLUDE HIS MOST FAMOUS SONG, "LOUIE, LOUIE" (AND THE IT'S BY FAR THE BEST VERSION OF THAT SONG).
Hard to find gems like this anymore but, well worth the effort! 14 Feb. 2013
By _) (V) (-) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Crazy Lover, Next Time and the title track are still stand outs of Richards innovative writing style, way ahead of his time musically, many of these songs would become reinvented 10-20 years later and make carer notables for other artists. This cd reissue features a bunch of bonus tracks not found on the original LP so you get a little more bang for you buck. Oddly enough, 2 of his most requested songs do not appear on this release, Louie Louie and Have Love Will Travel. Still, a very good collection of very hard to find songs that helped spark the phenomena of Rock & Roll!

There are many great tunes on this collection however the track list kind of flips back and forth stylistically, alternating between his more rockin' rhythm & blues numbers to his softer ballad material. This would have been quite annoying on the vinyl release where a better track arrangement may have been to have a 'rock side' and a 'ballad side'. At least on the cd you can tap the 'next' button every other track if you are in the mood for one style or another.

Grab this cd for your collection before it becomes a lost treasure to the world of lip sync'd pop music.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Amazing rhythym & blues 9 Aug. 2002
By andy vosper - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yes, he wrote Louie Louie. Forget that.
If you like jumpin' rhythym & blues,like Johnny guitar Watson and Gatemouth Brown you will love this album!
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