Chuck Berry & Pulp Fiction

Charles Edward Anderson Chuck Berry (born October 18, 1926) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music. Pulp Fiction is a 1994 American crime film directed by Quentin Tarantino, who co-wrote its screenplay with Roger Avary. 4.3/5

Chuck Berry Pulp Fiction Uma Thurman John Travolta Vincent Vega Mia Wallace Jack Rabbit Slim Quentin Tarantino Urge Overkill Adam West Home Alone Johnny B. Goode Roll Over Beethoven Eddie Rockets La Vie

I wish I could smoke in Eddie Rockets. I'm already drinking a shake & listening to Chuck Berry, but it still needs to be more Pulp Fiction.
I have another practice this afternoon with Erin. of the songs I want to try with her today is called "You Never Can Tell" by Chuck Berry but made famous in the dance scene from the film "Pulp Fiction" with John Travolta and Uma Thurman. It's actually real easy to play. It's done in the key of C. - Geoff :)
"You Never Can Tell" also occasionally referred to as "C'est La Vie" is a rock and roll song by Chuck Berry. It was composed while he was in prison, The song...
Track of the Day Chuck Berry Song: School Days (1957) American songwriter and rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry is renowned for his distinctive guitar driven rhythm and blues sound. If you've seen the films Pulp Fiction, Back to the Future or Home Alone then you'll probably know one of his songs. or at least think you know one until you realise it's that other song that sounds similar. Today's choice demonstrates this. On first hearing it could be mistaken for Riding Along In My Automobile (another Chuck Berry classic) but it's not... I think. TT Recommends: Tracks 'Maybellene', 'Roll Over Beethoven', 'Rock and Roll Music' and 'Johnny B. Goode'.
*Movie Moment."Pulp Fiction" (1994) was directed & co-written by Quentin Tarantino. It is a film noir/black comedy, which interweaves 3 different story lines about mobsters, thieves & a briefcase in non-linear sequences. It is known 4 its violence & humourous dialogue & 4 revitalising John Travolta's career. In the famous dance scene Vincent Vega (John Travolta) & Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) take part in, & win, a dance competition @ Jack Rabbit Slim's, performing a twist 2 Chuck Berry's "U Never Can Tell". According 2 Uma Thurman, she based her dancing on the character Duchess from the movie "The Aristocats" (1970). John Travolta attributes some of their dance moves 2 Adam West's dance from the 1960's "Batman" TV show episode "Hi Diddle Riddle" (4 those who want 2 check it out, it's about 2/3 through the episode). What some may not know is that Travolta & Jackson were soul retrievers. That's what was in the briefcase..Rhames soul. The code 4 the briefcase was 666. Rhames sold his soul..that's y there was a ...
Oh no! Has to be Pulp Fiction - Dusty, Urge Overkill, and Chuck Berry
The name of this song is "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" by Chuck Berry from 1964. You can also hear this in the movie "Pulp Fiction" (1994). American rock and roll.
You never can tell - chuck berry in mojo, DYING to do the Pulp Fiction dance
I just played You Never Can Tell by Chuck Berry on a TouchTunes digital jukebox. Pulp Fiction stuff
The original song they danced to in the movie was "You Never Can Tell" by Chuck Berry but someone dubbed Misirlou into the scene to make for a much, much better dance sequence.
Stream Jack Rabbit Slim's Twist Conte by Chuck Berry on Pulp Fiction for free on Grooveshark.
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