SIDE A (Four Berrys) : SONNY VINCENT: Carol / THE JERRY SPIDER GANG: Come on / THE PAYBACKS: I wanna be your driver / THE HENTCHMEN: Dear Dad / LOS HIGH SIERRAS: Viva rock 'n' roll / THE MURRAYS: I love you / FOGGY MENTAL BREAKDOWN: Bye bye Johnny / ROCKZILLA: School days / NULLSKATTESNYLTERNE: Sweet little rock 'n' roller .
(One Berry) SIDE B : THE BELLRAYS: Igot to find my baby / THE MAGGOTS: Club Nitty Gritty / SIN CITY SIX: Nadine / LOS CHICOS: Oh baby doll / THE COOL JERKS: Let it rock / SPEEDBALL BABY: Driftin' heart / CALLAHANS: Thirty days / GORE GORE GIRLS: Man and the donkey / LOST ACAPULCO: Little queenie.
This album dedicated to A. Kane is a 12'' picture disc limited to 525 copies ...
In 2005 Bronco Records of Spain released a tribute containing 18 cover versions of Chuck Berry numbers performed by little known bands from the U.S., Spain, Mexico, France, Sweden, and Norway: "A Tribute to Mr. Rock"(Bronco Records BR 069).
The track listing is: "Carol" by Sonny Vincent, "Come On" by the Jerry Spider Gang, "I Want to Be Your Driver" by the Paybacks, "Dear Dad" by the Hentchmen, "Viva Rock & Roll" by Los High Sierras, "I Love You" by the Murrays, "Bye Bye Johnny" by Foggy Mental Breakdown, "School Days" by Rockzilla, ""Sweet Little Rock & Roller" by Nullskattesnylterne, "I Got to Find My Baby" by the Bellrays, "Club Nitty Gritty" by the Maggots, "Nadine" by Sin City Six, "Oh Baby Doll" by Los Chicos, "Let It Rock" by the Cool Jerks, "Driftin' Heart" by Speedballbaby, "Thirty Days" by the Callahans, "Man and the Donkey" by the Gore Gore Girls, and finally "Little Queenie" by Lost Acapulco. While most of the versions are played too loud and too fast, a few are really nice. One example is the last track, which is an instrumental version played in surfsound style. Also very good is the Norwegian Nullskattesnylterne's version of "Sweet Little Rock & Roller" recorded during a soundcheck in Germany. And the best interpretation of these comes from Spain just like the record itself: Foggy Mental Breakdown play "Bye Bye Johnny" as it is to be played, similar to Berry or the Stones, only better.
Cd artwork by Max !