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Encyclopedia > Johnny B. Goode
“Johnny B. Goode”
reissue cover
Single by Chuck Berry
from the album Chuck Berry Is on Top
B-side "Around and Around"
Released March 31, 1958
Format vinyl record (7")
Genre Rock and roll
Length 2:40
Label Chess 1691
Chuck Berry singles chronology
Sweet Little Sixteen
(1958)
Johnny B. Goode
(1958)
Beautiful Delilah
(1958)
Music sample
" Johnny B. Goode"
Problems? See media help.
“Johnny B. Goode”
Single by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos
from the album Buck Owens in London
Released June 1969 (U.S.)
Format 7"
Recorded 1969
Genre Country
Length 2:01
Label Capitol Records
Writer(s) Chuck Berry
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos singles chronology
"Who's Gonna Mow Your Grass"
(1969)
"Johnny B. Goode"
(1969)
"Tall Dark Stranger"
(1969)
“Johnny B. Goode”
Single by Elton John
from the album Victim of Love
B-side "Thunder in the Night"
Released December 18, 1979
Genre Disco
Length 3:22
Label Rocket Records
Writer(s) Chuck Berry
Producer Pete Bellotte
Elton John singles chronology
"Victim of Love"
(1979)
Johnny B. Goode
(1979)
"Little Jeannie"
(1980)
“Johnny Be Good”
“Johnny Be Good” cover
Single by Judas Priest
from the album Ram It Down
Released 1988
Recorded 1987
Puk Studios
Copenhagen, Denmark
Genre Heavy metal
Length 4:39
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Chuck Berry
Producer Tom Allom
Judas Priest singles chronology
"Parental Guidance"
(1986)
"Johnny Be Good"
(1988)
"Painkiller"
(1990)
Ram It Down track listing
"I'm a Rocker"
(7)
"Johnny Be Good"
(8)
"Love You to Death"
(9)

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Written by Berry in 1955, the song is a rock and roll version of the American dream — a poor country boy becomes a star by hard work and inspired guitar playing. Indeed, this image of unknowns with no future achieving fame and fortune through music became a paradigm for countless songs and even careers to follow. For other uses, see American Dream (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Guitar (disambiguation). ...


The opening guitar riff on "Johnny B. Goode" may be the most famous single riff in rock and roll history. It is essentially a note-for-note copy of the opening single-note solo on Louis Jordan's "Ain't That Just Like a Woman" (1946), played by guitarist Carl Hogan.[1] Louis Jordan swinging on sax, Paramount Theatre, NYC, 1946 (Photo: William P. Gottlieb) Louis Jordan (July 8, 1908 – February 4, 1975) was a pioneering African-American blues, jazz and rhythm & blues musician and songwriter who enjoyed his greatest popularity from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. ...


Although partly autobiographical, the inspiration for the song is said to have been Johnnie Johnson who played the piano and composed several songs with Berry, and is considered a major contributor to the unmistakable Berry sound. On earlier unreleased takes Chuck sang "colored boy" instead of "country boy", but it was changed for fear of it not being played on the radio. As a possible source for the last name, it has been noted that Berry was born on Goode Avenue in St. Louis. [2] Cover of the first English edition of 1793 of Benjamin Franklins autobiography. ... Cover of Johnnie . ... A short grand piano, with the lid up. ... Nickname: Location in the state of Missouri Coordinates: , Country State County Independent City Government  - Mayor Francis G. Slay (D) Area  - City  66. ...


Aware of the importance of the song to his fame and his image, Berry has written two more songs about Johnny, "Bye Bye Johnny" and "Go Go Go", and also titled an instrumental album as "Concerto in B. Goode". An instrumental is, in contrast to a song, a musical composition or recording without lyrics or any other sort of vocal music; all of the music is produced by musical instruments. ... An album or record album is a collection of related audio or music tracks distributed to the public. ... Concerto In B. Goode is a Chuck Berry live album which was released in 1969 under record label, Mercury Records. ...


Berry's recording of the song was included on the Voyager Golden Record, attached to the Voyager spacecraft as representing rock and roll, one of three American songs included among many cultural achievements of humanity. The Voyager Golden Record. ... Voyager Project redirects here. ...


In March 2005, Q magazine placed "Johnny B. Goode" at number 42 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. Q is a music and entertainment magazinepublished monthly in the United Kingdom. ...

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Cultural references

  • In the movie Back to the Future, the back-in-time Marty McFly performs this song at a high school dance in 1955 (actually sung by Mark Campbell [3]), after the band's guitarist (who happens to be named Marvin Berry) injures his hand. Astounded by McFly's rather prescient guitar heroics (which include imitations of the future Pete Townshend and Eddie Van Halen), Marvin calls his cousin Chuck, who listens in on "the new sound [he's] been looking for". This creates an apparent paradox (specifically, an ontological paradox), with the song "Johnny B. Goode" having never actually been written by anyone. The scene was also revisited in Back to the Future Part II.

"Johnny B. Goode" has been mentioned many times by other artists and writers, with references in movies, television shows, commercials, books and other songs, including the following notable examples: This article is about the first film in the Back to the Future trilogy. ... Martin Seamus Marty McFly is a fictional character and the main protagonist in the Back to the Future motion picture trilogy, played by actor Michael J. Fox in the three films and voiced by David Kaufman in the animated series. ... Year 1955 (MCMLV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays the 1955 Gregorian calendar). ... Pete Townshend (born Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend on 19 May 1945 in Chiswick, London), is an award-winning English rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, composer, and writer. ... Edward Lodewijk Eddie Van Halen (born January 26, 1955)[1], is a Dutch guitarist, keyboardist, songwriter and producer most famous for being the lead guitarist and a co-founder of the hard rock band, Van Halen. ... A physical paradox is an apparent contradiction relating to physical descriptions of the universe. ... An ontological paradox is a paradox of time travel that questions the existence and creation of information and objects that travel in time. ... Back to the Future Part II is a 1989 film and the first sequel to the 1985 film Back to the Future. ...

  • The song's title is often used as a literary allusion. An excellent example is in an Australian advertisement for The OC: while a character named Johnny is robbing a convenience store, a caption appears, ironically reading "Johnny be good". Similarly, Devo used references to Johnny in their song "Come Back Johnny" which, (along with their cover of the Rolling Stones' early hit Satisfaction) clearly delineates the contrasting nature of their stylized electronic approach. Also, "Johnny B. Goode" is mentioned for comedic effect in Joe South's song "The Purple People Eater Meets the Witch Doctor."
  • The Histeria! episode "Hooray For Presidents" featured a Kid Chorus song about Susan B. Anthony sung to this song's tune.
  • One of the main characters in the short-lived 80's comedy Misfits of Science, a rock guitarist and singer, goes by the name Johnny B (for Bukowski). He is offered a Chuck Berry ("C the B") compilation on audio cassette, as a peace offering, and later sings "Johnny B. Goode" while using his lightning powers to hold off the military during a rescue operation.
  • The episode of Gimme A Break titled Nell's Secret Admirer opens with Joey and Matthew Lawrence performing "Johnny B. Goode", with Joey on keyboard and Matthew with a baby-sized electric guitar.
  • A song in the video game Final Fantasy VI is titled as Johnny C Bad. (The two songs are not otherwise similar.)
  • A recording of the song by Berry was included in the Voyager Golden Record to represent the culture of the United States to any extraterrestrial life which might encounter it.
  • Author Terry Pratchett included a key reference to the song in his book "Soul Music" in which the protagonist Imp y Celyn ("Bud of the Holly" in Welsh) sings and plays two versions of a song Imp wrote. The song's title is "Sioni Bod Da" - Llamedos (Welsh) for "Johnny Be Good".
  • Johnny Lazo of the Tri-City Americans is introduced in the starting line-up as "Go Johnny Go, Johnny Lazo!"
  • The song was reused in the video game Earthbound as one of the battle themes.

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Cover versions

Johnny B. Goode is among the most widely covered rock and roll songs in history. The list of performers includes: // In popular music, a cover version, or simply cover, is a new rendition (performance or recording) of a previously recorded song. ...

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Succession

Buck Owens version

Preceded by
"I Love You More Today"
by Conway Twitty
Billboard Hot Country Singles
number one single by
Buck Owens and The Buckaroos

July 26-August 2, 1969
Succeeded by
"All I Have to Offer You Is Me"
by Charley Pride

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References

  1. ^ Miller, James (1999). Flowers in the Dustbin: The Rise of Rock and Roll, 1947-1977. Simon & Schuster, 104. ISBN 0-684-80873-0.
  2. ^ http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/living/travel/14862285.htm
  3. ^ Mark Campbell (II)
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For other persons named Simon Phillips, see Simon Phillips (disambiguation). ... Original Cover Rocka Rolla is the debut album by the British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1974. ... Sad Wings of Destiny is the second album by the British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1976. ... Sin After Sin is the third album by the British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1977. ... Stained Class is the fourth album by the British heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1978. ... Alternate Cover The cover of the US release of the album Killing Machine (US title: Hell Bent for Leather) is the fifth studio album by Judas Priest. ... British Steel is a heavy metal album by Judas Priest, released on April 14 1980 (see 1980 in music). ... Point of Entry is a heavy metal album from the band Judas Priest. ... Screaming for Vengeance is the 8th studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Defenders of the Faith is the 10th album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Turbo is the 11th album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Ram It Down was an album recorded and released by Judas Priest in 1988. ... Painkiller is a 1990 gold-certifed album of British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Jugulator is the 13th studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, and the first featuring vocalist Tim Ripper Owens. ... Demolition is British heavy metal band Judas Priests 14th studio album. ... Angel of Retribution is an album by Judas Priest, released in 2005. ... Nostradamus is a concept album by metal band Judas Priest, focusing on the 16th Century prophet Nostradamus. ... Unleashed in the East is Judas Priests live album that was recorded live in Tokyo, Japan during the Hell Bent for Leather tour in 1978. ... Priest. ... 98 Live Meltdown is a concert album by Judas Priest, recorded and released in 1998 & is the first live album from new lead singer Tim Ripper Owens. ... Live in London is a concert album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Hero, Hero is a compilation album by Judas Priest, released in between British Steel (1980) and Point of Entry (1981) by Gull Records. ... Genocide, released in 2000, is another compilation consisting of the first two Judas Priest albums, Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny. ... Metal Works is a compilation album by Judas Priest, released in 1993. ... Metalogy, a 2004 Judas Priest boxed set. ... Track Listing Disc 1 Judas Rising Breaking The Law Hell Bent For Leather Diamonds And Rust Victim of Changes Love Bites Heading Out To The Highway Ram It Down Beyond The Realms Of Death Youve Got Another Thing Comin Jawbreaker A Touch Of Evil Delivering The Goods United Turbo... Live in London is a concert album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... Electric Eye is a compilation DVD by Judas Priest released in 2003. ... Rising in the East Is a live DVD released in 2005/06 of Judas Priest performing a concert in Tokyos Budokan filmed in 2005. ... Live Vengeance 82 is a live DVD of a Judas Priest concert, it was released in 2006. ... The discography for the English heavy metal band Judas Priest. ... The following is a complete chronology of the various line-ups of Judas Priest, from the groups inception in 1968 until the present. ...

 
 

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