WHAT DID WE LEARN ON THE WALKING DEAD EPISODE “THE OTHER SIDE?”

Okay Walking Dead Fans.  If you have not watched, do not read.  Just what did we learn on this evening’s Walking Dead?

(1). Hold on to your Doctor.

(2) Do Not trust Mike Nesmith look-a-likes.

(3) Rosita and Sasha both have a death wish.

(4) Daryl can get emotion.

(5). Eugene is a slime-ball.

(6). Savior Simon, now is drinking Tequila.

(7). The show is leading up to an all-out-battle with Negan and The Saviors.   EDB

CHRISTINA KIRK

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Christina Kirk
Born (1970-11-10) November 10, 1970 (age 46)
Manhattan, New York City, US
Nationality American
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) John Hamburg (m. 2005)

Christina Kirk (born November 10, 1970) in New York, New York, is an

 

Christina Kirk (born November 10, 1970) in New York, New York, is an American actress. She appeared in Woody Allen‘s Melinda and Melinda[1] and Ira SachsLove Is Strange.[2] She also was in Clybourne Park, a play by Bruce Norris.[3][4] She was also a series regular on A to Z. She currently plays Jackie in the DC Comics TV series Powerless.[5]

She is married to screenwriter John Hamburg.[1]

FILMOLOGY:

2017  POWERLESS (TV SERIES) JACKIE

XX  CORA

2016  YOUNGER (TV SERIES) ANTONIA STEWARD

TATTOO YOU (SHORT) RACHEL

2015 CUCKOO  CONNIE

2014-15  A-Z (TV SERIES) LUYDIA

2014  MANHATTAN ROSE AKLEY

LOVE IS STRANGE  MINDY

2013  CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL (TV SERIES)  MARNIE WEISS

2012-13  GIRLS (TV SERIES) REISS

THE GATES SARAH PLUMMER

2012 THE NEWSROOM (TV SERIES)  FLIGHT ATTENDANT

DELOCATED (TV SERIES) KAREN WHITAKER

2010 THE GOOD WIFE (TV SERIES)  JILL

2009 LAW AND ORDER (TV SERIES) JENNICE MORROW

TAKING WOODSTOCK CAROL

2008 WAINY DAYS (TV SERIES) NEWSCASTER

2006 THE LIMBO ROOM  GAYLE

2005 STELLA (TV SERIES) TONYA

2005 SATELLITE SUZANNE SINKS

LAW AND ORDER: TRIAL BY JURY (TV SERIES) LEE SULLIVAN

2004 MELINDA AND MELINDA  JENNIFER

 

 

Eva Mendes (UPDATE)

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Eva Mendes

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Eva Mendes
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Born Eva de la Caridad Mendez
(1974-03-05) March 5, 1974 (age 43)
Miami, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actress, model, businesswoman
Years active 1998–present
Home town Glendale, California, U.S.
Partner(s) Ryan Gosling (2011–present)
Children 2

Eva de la Caridad Mendez (born March 5, 1974)[1] is an American actress, model and businesswoman. She began acting in the late 1990s, and after a series of roles in B movies such as Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror (1998) and Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000), she made a career-changing appearance in Training Day (2001). Since then, Mendes has co-starred in films such as All About the Benjamins, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Ghost Rider, We Own the Night, Stuck on You, Hitch, and The Other Guys.

She has appeared in several music videos and has sung with CeeLo Green. Mendes has been a model and ambassador for Cocio chocolate milk, Magnum ice cream, Revlon, Calvin Klein, Cartier, Thierry Mugler perfume, Reebok, Campari apéritif, Pantene shampoo, Morgan, and Peek & Cloppenburg. She designs a fashion collection for New York & Company and is also the creative director of CIRCA Beauty, a makeup line sold at Walgreens.

Early life[edit]

Mendes was born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban parents Eva Perez Suarez and Juan Carlos Mendez, and raised by her mother in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale after her parents’ divorce. Mendes was raised a Roman Catholic and at one time even considered becoming a Catholic nun.[2] Her mother worked at Mann’s Chinese Theatre[3] and later for an aerospace company, and her father ran a meat distribution business.[4] Mendes had two brothers, Juan Carlos (1963–2016) and Carlo,[5] and a sister, Janet.[6] She attended Hoover High School in Glendale,[7] and later studied marketing at California State University, Northridge, but left college to pursue acting under Ivana Chubbuck.[8]

Career[edit]

Acting[edit]

Mendes began her acting career after a talent manager saw her photo in a friend’s portfolio.[9] Her first film appearance was in the direct-to-video Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror. Mendes was disappointed in her performance and she hired an acting coach.[10] She then appeared in the films A Night at the Roxbury, My Brother the Pig, Urban Legends: Final Cut, and Exit Wounds.

Mendes’ breakthrough role came when she appeared in Antoine Fuqua‘s crime thriller Training Day.[11] This then led to roles in All About the Benjamins, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Once Upon a Time in Mexico (which earned her a nomination at the Teen Choice Awards), Out of Time, and Stuck on You. She was the female lead in the 2005 film Hitch, making her one of the first minority actors to play the lead in a hit romantic comedy.[9] Mendes subsequently starred in The Wendell Baker Story, Guilty Hearts, Trust the Man, Ghost Rider, We Own the Night, Live!, and Cleaner.

In 2008, she was nominated for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress for her performance in the all-female comedy film The Women.[12] Mendes then appeared in The Spirit, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans,[13] The Other Guys,[14] Last Night, Fast Five, and a spoof short film for Funny or Die.[15] In 2012, Mendes visited Sierra Leone and was featured in the PBS documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.[16] In 2012, she starred in the crime drama film The Place Beyond the Pines,[17] with Entertainment Weekly describing her performance as “quietly heartbreaking”.[18] The following year, she appeared in the HBO comedy film Clear History.[19]

Modeling[edit]

Mendes appeared in the Pet Shop Boys‘ music video for “Se a vida é (That’s the Way Life Is)” in 1996, Aerosmith‘s music video for “Hole in My Soul” in 1997, and Will Smith‘s music video for “Miami” in 1998. She also appeared in the music video for The Strokes‘ “The End Has No End” in 2004.

Mendes was employed by Revlon as an international spokesperson, and participated in their campaign to raise funds for breast cancer research.[20] She appeared nude in a print advertisement for Calvin Klein‘s Secret Obsession perfume, an ad which was banned in the United States.[21] In December 2007, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) used a nude photo of Mendes for their anti-fur campaign.[22] She also modelled in a Morgan campaign.[23] Mendes was a spokesmodel for the 2008 Campari calendar.[24] In July 2008, she was announced as the international face of Australia‘s 30 Days of Fashion & Beauty event. She made guest appearances in that country at the month-long festival in September.[25] Mendes has been a spokesperson for Calvin Klein,[26] Magnum,[27] and the chocolate milk brand Cocio.[28] She also promoted Thierry Mugler‘s Angel fragrance,[29] Reebok shoes,[30] and Pantene shampoo.[31] In 2011, Mendes appeared in a Peek & Cloppenburg clothing catalog.[32]

Other ventures[edit]

Mendes has a line of bed linens and dinnerware that is sold at Macy’s.[33][34] In 2010, Mendes sang on “Pimps Don’t Cry”, a song featured in The Other Guys,[35] and performed a duet with CeeLo Green on “Pimps Don’t Cry”.[36] In 2011, she recorded a version of “The Windmills of Your Mind“.[37] She is the also creative director of the makeup brand CIRCA Beauty, which launched exclusively at Walgreens in 2015.

Personal life[edit]

Mendes was in a relationship with George Augusto from 2002 to 2010.[38][39] In 2011, she began dating her The Place Beyond the Pines co-star Ryan Gosling. They have two daughters: Esmeralda Amada (born September 12, 2014)[40][41] and Amada Lee (born April 29, 2016).[42]

Mendes is a pescatarian for both ethical and health reasons.[43] She also practices Transcendental Meditation.[44]

In the media[edit]

Mendes was voted number four in the 2008 edition, and number one in the 2009 edition, of AskMen.com‘s Top 99 Most Desirable Women.[45] Maxim ranked Mendes number seven in its 2007 Hot 100 issue.[46] She appeared on the cover of Maxim for the second time in November 2007.[47] Maxim ranked Mendes number 11 in its 2010 Hot 100 issue.[48] People named her one of 2012’s Most Beautiful at Every Age.[49]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 ER Donna Episode: “Exodus”
Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror Kir
A Night at the Roxbury Bridesmaid
1998 Mortal Kombat: Konquest Hanna Episode: “Thicker Than Blood”
1999 My Brother the Pig Matilda
2000 The Disciples Maria Serranco
Urban Legends: Final Cut Vanessa Valdeon
2001 Exit Wounds Trish
Training Day Sara Harris
2002 All About the Benjamins Gina
2003 2 Fast 2 Furious Monica Fuentes
Once Upon a Time in Mexico Ajedrez Barillo
Out of Time Alex Díaz Whitlock
Stuck on You April Mercedes
2005 Hitch Sara Melas
The Wendell Baker Story Doreen
Guilty Hearts Gabriella
2006 Trust the Man Faith Faison
2007 Ghost Rider Roxanne Simpson
Knocked Up Herself Uncredited
We Own the Night Amada Juarez
Live! Katy Courbet Executive producer
Cleaner Ann Norcut
2008 The Women Crystal Allen
The Spirit Sand Saref
2009 The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans Frankie Donnenfeld
2010 The Other Guys Dr. Sheila Gamble
Last Night Laura Nunez
2011 Fast Five Monica Fuentes Uncredited
2012 Holy Motors Kay M.
Girl in Progress Grace Gutierrez
The Place Beyond the Pines Romina Gutierrez
2013 Clear History Jennifer Television film
2014 Lost River Cat

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2002 ALMA Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Training Day Nominated
2004 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Female Breakout Star N/A Nominated
2005 Capri Hollywood Awards Capri Global Award N/A Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Love Scene Hitch Nominated
2006 ALMA Awards Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
2007 ALMA Awards Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Trust the Man Nominated
Imagen Foundation Awards Best Actress – Feature Film Ghost Rider Nominated
2009 ALMA Awards Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture The Women and The Spirit Nominated
Giffoni Film Festival Giffoni Award N/A Won
2011 ALMA Awards Favorite Movie Actress – Comedy/Musical The Other Guys Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress – Comedy Nominated
2012 Imagen Foundation Awards Best Actress – Feature Film Girl in Progress Nominated
ALMA Awards Favorite Movie Actress – Drama/Adventure Nominated
2013 Imagen Foundation Awards Best Actress – Feature Film The Place Beyond the Pines Nominated
2016 Premios Juventud Actriz Que Se Roba La Pantalla N/A Nominated

Jean Bruce Scott

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Jean Bruce Scott

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Jean Bruce Scott
Born (1956-02-25) February 25, 1956 (age 61)
Monterey, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1981–2003, 2012

Jean Bruce Scott (born February 25, 1956) is a retired American actress, best known for her role as former Texas Highway Patrol helicopter pilot Caitlin O’Shannessy in the 1984-1986 CBS action thriller television series Airwolf. She had a recurring role as Maggie Poole in seasons 3-8 of Magnum, P.I..

In 2007, she worked as the executive director and producer of Native Voices at the Autry, a program devoted to developing and producing new works for the stage by Native American playwrights, and is affiliated with the Autry National Center.

Education[edit]

The Monterey, California-born Scott attended La Quinta High School (Westminster, California; 1970–74) and California State University, Fullerton (1975-79). She later attended UCLA in the late 1980s, and graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1992.[citation needed]

Television[edit]

Chuck Berry discography

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Chuck Berry discography

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Chuck Berry discography
Studio albums 18
Compilation albums 31
Singles 45
Soundtrack albums 2

This page is a discography of rock and roll musician Chuck Berry.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details[1][2][3] Peak chart positions
US 200[4] US R&B[4] CA[5]
After School Session
  • Released: May 1957
  • Label: Chess (LP-1426)
  • Format: mono LP
One Dozen Berrys
  • Released: March 1958
  • Label: Chess (LP-1432)
  • Format: mono LP
Chuck Berry Is on Top
  • Released: July 1959
  • Label: Chess (LP-1435)
  • Format: LP
Rockin’ at the Hops
  • Released: July 1960
  • Label: Chess (LP-1448)
  • Format: mono LP
New Juke Box Hits
  • Released: March 1961
  • Label: Chess (LP-1456)
  • Format: mono LP
Two Great Guitars
  • Released: August 1964
  • Label: Checker (LP-2991)
  • Format: mono LP
St. Louis to Liverpool
  • Released: November 1964
  • Label: Chess (LP/S-1488)
  • Format: mono/stereo LP
124
Chuck Berry in London
  • Released: April 1965
  • Label: Chess (LP/S-1495)
  • Format: mono/stereo LP
Fresh Berry’s
  • Released: November 1965
  • Label: Chess (LP/S-1498)
  • Format: mono/stereo LP
Chuck Berry’s Golden Hits
  • Released: March 1967
  • Label: Mercury (MG-21103/SR-61103)
  • Format: mono/stereo LP
Chuck Berry in Memphis
  • Released: September 1967
  • Label: Mercury (MG-21123/SR-61123)
  • Format: mono/stereo LP
From St. Louie to Frisco
  • Released: November 1968
  • Label: Mercury (SR-61176)
  • Format: stereo LP
185
Concerto in B. Goode
  • Released: June 1969
  • Label: Mercury (SR-61223)
  • Format: stereo LP
Back Home
  • Released: November 1970
  • Label: Chess (LPS-1550)
  • Format: stereo LP
San Francisco Dues
  • Released: September 1971
  • Label: Chess (CH-50008)
  • Format: stereo LP
The London Chuck Berry Sessions
  • Released: October 1972
  • Label: Chess (CH-60020)
  • Format: stereo LP
8 8 6
Bio
  • Released: August 1973
  • Label: Chess (CH-50043)
  • Format: stereo LP
175 58
Chuck Berry
  • Released: February 1975
  • Label: Chess (CH-60032)
  • Format: stereo LP
Rock It
  • Released: 1979
  • Label: Atco (SD-38-118)
  • Format: stereo LP
Chuck
“—” denotes releases that did not chart.

Live albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
U.S. 200[4] U.S. Blues[4] U.K.[7]
Chuck Berry Twist
  • Released: February 1962
  • Label: Chess (LP-1465)
  • Format: LP
More Chuck Berry 9
Chuck Berry’s Greatest Hits
  • Released: April 1964
  • Label: Chess (LP-1485)
  • Format: LP
34
The Latest and the Greatest
  • Released: May 1964 (UK only)
  • Label: Pye International (NPL 28031)
  • Format: LP
8
You Never Can Tell
  • Released: September 1964 (UK only)
  • Label: Pye International (NPL 29039)
  • Format: LP
18
Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Chess (2CH-1514)
  • Format: Double LP
72
Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade, Vol. 2
  • Released: February 1973
  • Label: Chess (2CH-60023)
  • Format: Double LP
110
Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade, Vol. 3
  • Released: May 1974
  • Label: Chess (2CH-60028)
  • Format: Double LP
Motorvatin’
  • Released: 1976 (Europe only)
  • Label: Chess (9288 690)
  • Format: LP
7
The Great Twenty-Eight
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Chess (2CH-8201)
  • Format: Double LP
Motive Series
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Mercury (6463129)
  • Format: LP
Chess Masters
  • Released: March 1983
  • Label: Chess (CXMP 2011)
  • Format: LP
Rock ‘n’ Roll Rarities
  • Released: March 1986
  • Label: Chess (2CH-92521)
  • Format: Double LP
More Rock ‘n’ Roll Rarities
  • Released: August 1986
  • Label: Chess (CH-9190)
  • Format: LP, CD, Cassette
The Best of the Best of Chuck Berry
  • Released: 1987/1994
  • Label: Gusto/Hollywood/IMG
  • Format: LP, CD, Cassette
The Chess Box
  • Released: 1988
  • Label: Chess (CHD3-80001)
  • Format: CD
Missing Berries: Rarities, Vol. 3
  • Released: June 1990
  • Label: Chess (CHC/D-9318)
  • Format: Cassette, CD
The Collection
  • Released: August 26, 1991
  • Label: MCA (MCAC-17751)
  • Format: Cassette
36 All-Time Greatest Hits
  • Released: 1996
  • Label: Universal Distribution
  • Format: CD
Let It Rock
  • Released: June 4, 1996
  • Label: Universal Special (MCAC/D-20931)
  • Format: Cassette, CD
The Best of Chuck Berry
  • Released: July 26, 1996
  • Label: MCA (MCAD-11560)
  • Format: Double CD
Guitar Legends
  • 5 songs by Chuck Berry, 5 songs by Bo Diddley
  • Released: February 11, 1997
  • Label: Universal Special (20974)
  • Format: Cassette, CD
His Best, Vol. 1
  • Released: March 25, 1996
  • Label: MCA/Chess (CHD-9371)
  • Format: CD
His Best, Vol. 2
  • Released: May 20, 1997
  • Label: MCA/Chess (CHD-9381)
  • Format: CD
The Best of Chuck Berry
  • Released: September 15, 1997
  • Label: Universal Distribution
  • Format: CD
Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller
  • Released: October 14, 1997
  • Label: MCA/Chess (CHD-80245)
  • Format: CD
20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Chuck Berry
  • Released: March 23, 1999
  • Label: MCA (MCAC/D-11944)
  • Format: Cassette, CD
13
Anthology
  • Released: June 27, 2000
  • Label: MCA/Chess (CHD-112304)
  • Format: CD
The Ultimate Collection
  • Released: September 5, 2000
  • Label: Universal International (17751)
  • Format: CD
Blues
  • Released: August 12, 2003
  • Label: MCA/Chess (B000053002)
  • Format: CD
Chuck Berry
  • Released: October 28, 2003
  • Label: Universal International (98017)
  • Format: CD
Johnny B. Goode: His Complete ’50s Chess Recordings
  • Released: February 19, 2008
  • Label: Hip-O Select-Geffen-Universal
  • Format: CD
You Never Can Tell: His Complete Chess Recordings 1960–1966
  • Released: March 31, 2009
  • Label: Hip-O Select-Geffen-Universal (12465)
  • Format: CD
Have Mercy: His Complete Chess Recordings 1969–1974
  • Released: March 23, 2010
  • Label: Hip-O Select-Geffen-Universal (13790)
  • Format: CD
Rock And Roll Music – Any Old Way You Choose It – The Complete Studio Recordings… Plus!
  • Released: November 4, 2014
  • Label: Bear Family
  • Format: CD
“—” denotes releases that did not chart.

Soundtracks[edit]

Title Album details
Rock, Rock, Rock
  • Released: Dec 1956
  • Label: Chess (LP-1425)
  • Format: mono LP
Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll
  • Released: October 1987
  • Label: MCA (MCA/C/D-6217)
  • Format: LP/Cassette/CD

EPs[edit]

Title Album details
After School Session
  • Released: May 1957
  • Label: Chess (EP 5118)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: US
Rock and Roll Music
  • Released: 1957
  • Label: Chess (EP 5119)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: US
Sweet Little 16
  • Released: 1958
  • Label: Chess (EP 5121)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: US
Pickin’ Berries
  • Released: 1958
  • Label: Chess (EP 5124)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: US
Sweet Little Rock and Roller
  • Released: 1959
  • Label: Chess (EP 5126)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: US
Chuck Berry
  • Released: 1963
  • Label: Pye International (NEP 44011)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: UK
This Is Chuck Berry
  • Released: 1963
  • Label: Pye International (NEP 44013)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: UK
The Best of Chuck Berry
  • Released: 1963
  • Label: Pye International (NEP 44018)
  • Format: 7″ 45 RPM
  • Origin: UK

Singles[edit]

Year Titles (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except as noted
Chart positions Album
US Hot
[8][9]
US R&B
[8][10]
CA
[5]
GE
[11]
NL
[12]
NO
[13]
UK
[14]
1955 Maybellene” / 5 1 Chuck Berry Is on Top
Wee Wee Hours 10 After School Session
“Thirty Days (To Come Back Home)”
b/w “Together (We Will Always Be)” (from After School Session)
2 Rock, Rock, Rock (soundtrack)
“No Money Down”
b/w “The Downbound Train”
8 After School Session
1956 Roll Over Beethoven
b/w “Drifting Heart” (from After School Session)
29 2 31 Rock, Rock, Rock (soundtrack)
Too Much Monkey Business
b/w “Brown Eyed Handsome Man
4 After School Session
You Can’t Catch Me
b/w “Havana Moon” (from After School Session)
Rock, Rock, Rock (soundtrack)
1957 School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes the Bell)
b/w “Deep Feeling”
3 1 24 After School Session
“Oh Baby Doll”
b/w “Lajaunda”
57 12 One Dozen Berrys
Rock and Roll Music
b/w “Blue Feeling”
8 6
1958 Sweet Little Sixteen
b/w “Reelin’ and Rockin’
2 1 16
Johnny B. Goode
b/w “Around and Around”
8 2 Chuck Berry Is on Top
“Beautiful Delilah”
b/w “Vacation Time” (non-album track)
81 Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade Volume 3
Carol
b/w “Hey Pedro”
18 9 Chuck Berry Is on Top
“Joe Joe Gun” / 83
“Sweet Little Rock and Roller” 47 13
Merry Christmas Baby” / 71 St. Louis to Liverpool
Run Rudolph Run 69 36 Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade Volume 2
1959 “Anthony Boy”
b/w “That’s My Desire” (non-album track)
60 Chuck Berry Is on Top
Almost Grown” / 32 3
Little Queenie 80
Back in the U.S.A.” / 37 16 Chuck Berry Twist
Memphis, Tennessee 6 Chuck Berry’s Greatest Hits
“Childhood Sweetheart”
b/w “Broken Arrow”
Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade Volume 3
1960 Let It Rock” / 64 6 Rockin’ at the Hops
“Too Pooped to Pop” 42 18
“Bye Bye Johnny”
b/w “Worried Life Blues”
I Got to Find My Baby
b/w “Mad Lad”
“Jaguar and Thunderbird”
b/w “Our Little Rendezvous” (from St. Louis to Liverpool)
109 Chuck Berry on Stage
1961 “Little Star”
b/w “I’m Talking About You
New Juke Box Hits
“Go-Go-Go”
b/w “Come On” (from Chuck Berry Twist)
38 Chuck Berry on Stage
1964 Nadine (Is It You?)
b/w “O Rangutang” (non-album track)
23 23 27 Chuck Berry’s Greatest Hits
No Particular Place to Go
b/w “You Two”
10 10 6 3 St. Louis to Liverpool
You Never Can Tell
b/w “Brenda Lee”
14 14 11 9 23
“Little Marie”
b/w “Go, Bobby Soxer”
54 30 40
Promised Land
b/w “The Things I Used to Do”
41 41 30 26
“Chuck’s Beat”
b/w “Bo’s Beat”
(both by Chuck Berry & Bo Diddley)
Two Great Guitars
1965 “Dear Dad”
b/w “Lonely School Days” (from San Francisco Dues)
95 Chuck Berry in London
“It Wasn’t Me”
b/w “Welcome Back Pretty Baby”
Fresh Berry’s
1966 “Ramona Say Yes”
b/w “Havana Moon” (from After School Session)
Non-album track
“Club Nitty Gritty”
b/w “Laugh and Cry” (non-album track)
Chuck Berry’s Golden Hits
1967 “Back to Memphis”
b/w “I Do Really Love You”
Chuck Berry in Memphis
“Feelin’ It”
b/w “It Hurts Me Too”
(both sides with the Miller Band)
Live at the Fillmore Auditorium
1968 “Louie to Frisco”
b/w “Ma Dear”
From St. Louie to Frisco
1969 “It’s Too Dark in There”
b/w “Good Looking Woman”
Concerto in B Goode
1970 “Tulane”
b/w “Have Mercy Judge”
Back Home
1972 My Ding-a-Ling
b/w “Johnny B. Goode”
1 42 1 40 29 7 1 The London Chuck Berry Sessions
Reelin’ and Rockin’
b/w “Let’s Boogie”
27 21 18
1973 “Bio”
b/w “Roll ‘Em Pete” (non-album track)
Bio
1975 Shake, Rattle and Roll
b/w “Baby What You Want Me to Do”
Chuck Berry
1979 “Oh What a Thrill”
b/w “California”
Rockit
Dash denotes releases that did not chart.

Not all of Berry’s UK singles were released in the same year as the initial U.S. release, and not all of his UK singles featured the same A-side and B-side configurations as in the U.S.

Billboard did not publish a separate R&B singles chart in 1964. For this year only, R&B chart positions are from Cash Box magazine.[10]