Edit #1b for headphones. No speaking Chuck Berry part. A live performance on the May 27, 1972 broadcast of Beat Club, a German tv show. Without Chuck Berry's talking part. "Wee Wee Hours" was the b-side to Chuck's first ever hit "Maybellene" on Chess Records in 1955. Yes, one nine five five. "Wee Wee" was on the audition tape that Berry sent to Leonard Chess, but the latter decided "Maybellene" was a better song to start a career...
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