In November 1964, “Chess” label released “St. Louis to Liverpool”, the seventh Chuck Berry studio album. It was recorded December 1957 – August 1964, at “Chess Studios” in Chicago, and was produced by Leonard Chess and Phil Chess.
- Chuck Berry – vocals, guitars
- Matt “Guitar” Murphy– electric guitar
- Johnnie Johnson, Lafayette Leake, Paul Williams – piano
- Willie Dixon– bass
- Odie Payne, Fred Below– drums
- Ebby Hardy or Jaspar Thomas – drums
- Leroy C. Davis – tenor saxophone
- James Robinson – tenor saxophone
All tracks by Chuck Berry except where noted.
- Little Marie
- Our Little Rendezvous
- No Particular Place to Go
- You Two
- Promised Land
- You Never Can Tell
- Go Bobby Soxer
- Things I Used to Do – Eddie Jones
- Liverpool Drive
- Night Beat
- Merry Christmas Baby – Lou Baxter, Johnny Moore
- Brenda Lee
On July 17, 2012, “Chop Shop” label released the debut, self-titled Milo Greene studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by The Cymbalhands and Ryan Hadlock.
- Robbie Arnett–vocals, various instruments
- Marlana Sheetz–vocals, various instruments
- Graham Fink–vocals, various instruments
- Curtis Marrero–percussion
- Andrew Heringer-vocals, guitar
- What’s the Matter
- Don’t You Give Up On Me
- Perfectly Aligned
- Silent Way
- Wooden Antlers
- Take a Step
- Cutty Love
- Son My Son
- Autumn Tree
On January 16, 1957 “Cavern Club” was opened. In the late 50’s and early 60’s, the warehouse cellar venue at “10 Mathew Street” in Liverpool, became home for the Beat music scene in Liverpool and proving ground for The Beatles.
On July 6, 1957, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met for the first time at The Woolton Church Parish Fete where The Quarry Men were appearing.