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In 1958, the impresarios were just beginning to discover rock and roll. There would be a succession of rock and roll singers. Tommy Steele was one. Another was the lesser known Terry Dene. Meanwhile, a few miles down the road, the real rebel rockers like Cliff Richard (yes Sir Cliff was once a rebel rocker) were playing in places like the 2i's coffee bar in Soho. Jet Harris was introducing the bass guitar into British rock music. After Jet's bass, the famous "Englisch Beat" really got underway.
The whole of this film where a woman who owns a café with one customer renovates the café and still has enough money to set up a recording studio is downright silly and naive. But the film does have one redeeming feature.
There is some ultra-rare footage of legendary drummer Phil Seamen. And that alone makes this film worthwhile.
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