1993 Evidence Records Johnnie Be Gone, April 18, 2005 By Brother Jerry Lee (North Carolina, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Blue Hand Johnnie (Audio CD) Johnnie was always the driving force behind Chuck Berry since the early fifties. This album is a magnificent example of Johnnie's unique style that has drawn rock musicians from all over the world to him for decades. Those greats include Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, and many many others too numerous to name. Other albums to explore include Johnnie Be Bad, one of my personal favorites. If you like blues, rockin' piano, and unique style, check out Johnnie. He may be gone, but his music will endure. Rock musicians from all walks practically guarantee that. When blues men die and go to Heaven, Johnnie will be there caressing the ivories to welcome them. Track listing 1. Johnnie's Boogie 2. See See Rider 3. O.J. Blues 4. Black Nights 5. Talkin' Woman 6. Honky Tonk Part 1 7. Slow Train 8. Baby What You Want Me To Do 9. Way South 10. Johnnie B. Goode 11. Back In The U.S.A. (previously unreleased) 12. Son's Dream (live, previously unreleased)