Live at the Fillmore Auditorium (Chuck Berry album)

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Live at Fillmore Auditorium
Chuck Berry - Live At The Fillmore Auditorium.jpg
Live album by Chuck Berry & Steve Miller Band
Released September 1967
Genre Rock and roll, blues
Length 61:13
Label Mercury
Producer Abe "Voco" Kesh
Chuck Berry & Steve Miller Band chronology
Chuck Berry in Memphis
(1967)Chuck Berry in Memphis1967
Live at Fillmore Auditorium
From St. Louie to Frisco
(1968)From St. Louie to Frisco1968

Live at Fillmore Auditorium is a live album by Chuck Berry, backed by the Steve Miller Blues Band (which later became better known as the Steve Miller Band), released in September 1967 by Mercury Records.

The album was re-released on CD by Rebound Records, with three additional tracks, "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl", "Reelin' and Rockin'" and "My Ding-a-Ling". Incorrectly marked as bonus tracks are "Feelin' It" and "It Hurts Me Too", both of which are on the original album. The Rebound reissue omits "Wee Baby Blues", which is on the original album. An earlier CD reissue by Mercury additionally includes "Bring Another Drink" and "Worried Life Blues".[1]

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Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Chuck Berry except where noted

  1. Medley: "Rockin' at the Fillmore" / "Every Day I Have the Blues" (Memphis Slim) (8:36)
  2. "C.C. Rider" (Ma Rainey, Lena Arantt) (4:14)
  3. "Driftin' Blues" (Charles Brown, Eddie Williams) (3:56)
  4. "Feelin' It" (4:01)
  5. "Flying Home" (Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Sydney Robin) (2:44)
  6. "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon) (5:54)
  7. "It Hurts Me Too" (4:47)
  8. "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (Sonny Boy Williamson) (2:50)
  9. "Fillmore Blues" (3:29)
  10. "Wee Baby Blues" (4:06)
  11. "Bring Another Drink" (2:22)
  12. "Worried Life Blues" (3:47)
  13. "Reelin' and Rockin'" (5:57)
  14. "My Ding-a-Ling" (4:36)
  15. "Johnny B. Goode" (3:14)


  • Bill Halverson – engineer
  • Wally Heider – recorder
  • Erik Weber – photography