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Emerging during the British beat boom of the late 1960s and heavily influenced by Chuck Berry (hence the name!), The Rockin' Berries' 'Black Gold' is brimming with infectious energy and timeless melodies that perfectly encapsulate this golden era of rock. Originating in Birmingham and honing their skills in a handful of German nightclubs (similar to another 60s beat outfit you may have heard of), 'Black Gold' is the crowning jewel of one of Britain's most successful exports with tracks including 'Day to Day', 'Lonely Summertime' and 'Send Me No Letters'.
Emerging during the British beat boom of the late 1960s and heavily influenced by Chuck Berry (hence the name!), The Rockin' Berries' 'Black Gold' is brimming with infectious energy and timeless melodies that perfectly encapsulate this golden era of rock. Originating in Birmingham and honing their skills in a handful of German nightclubs (similar to another 60s beat outfit you may have heard of), 'Black Gold' is the crowning jewel of one of Britain's most successful exports with tracks including 'Day to Day', 'Lonely Summertime' and 'Send Me No Letters'.
730167334525
Rockin' Berries - Black Gold (Extended Remastered Edition) (Mod)

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Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 730167334525

Black Gold (Extended Remastered Edition) (Mod)
Artist: Rockin' Berries
Format: CD
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Emerging during the British beat boom of the late 1960s and heavily influenced by Chuck Berry (hence the name!), The Rockin' Berries' 'Black Gold' is brimming with infectious energy and timeless melodies that perfectly encapsulate this golden era of rock. Originating in Birmingham and honing their skills in a handful of German nightclubs (similar to another 60s beat outfit you may have heard of), 'Black Gold' is the crowning jewel of one of Britain's most successful exports with tracks including 'Day to Day', 'Lonely Summertime' and 'Send Me No Letters'.
        
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