At number 21 in Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums is “The Great Twenty-Eight” by Chuck Berry.
There is not much I can say about this album, as I have never heard it nor have I got round to streaming it. I should, and I will soon.
I guess everyone knows how central a figure Chuck Berry was in the development of Rock ‘n’ Roll in the 1950s. I do not personally own a single song sung by Chuck Berry himself, but I am familiar with probably a dozen or more of his songs from the covers 1960s artists like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones did of his work. Also, his songs have become part of the “rock music” landscape. He was, of course, a major influence on most of the bands of the 1960s and beyond. If any of you heave heard this album then does it deserve to be number 21 on this all-time list?