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No Particular Place To Go

“No Particular Place To Go” Singleby Chuck Berry
from the album 'St. Louis to Liverpool' Released 1964GenreRock and rollLength 2:43 LabelChess RecordsProducerLeonard Chess, Philip Chess

No Particular Place To Go is a song by American singer-songwriter and guitarist Chuck Berry. It featured on Berry's 1964 album St. Louis to Liverpool and reached number ten in the US Hot 100 billboard charts. It tells the story of a date which goes wrong due to a malfunctioning safety belt.

It is set to exactly the same tune as his earlier hit, "School Days".

Personnel

No Particular Place To Go features Odie Payne on drums and Paul Williams on piano.

Legacy

In later years, No Particular Place To Go was covered by long-running rock group Status Quo, achieving a small success with the group.

Covers

  • The French singer Eddy Mitchel made a cover of this song named "A crédit et en stéréo".
  • The Swedish artist Björn Skifs has made a cover of this song and translated it into Swedish.
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