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Chuck Berry: Rock and Roll Music (1998)

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Early Look At Berry Still In His Prime
12 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

(Note: I'm not sure I am reviewing what is posted here, but the DVD I own has the same title and is the same length - 46 minutes - but it is NOT a documentary as listed above.)

Hall Of Famer Chuck Berry is shown in a concert Toronto in 1969. He apparently was one of a number of acts in what must have been a fairly big rock festival as it's held in a big stadium (but not a huge crowd).

Anyway, the clothes and the dialog (phrases of the day) certainly label this "late '60s." Berry wasn't a kid anymore but he still in his prime years and I've glad to have a remembrance of this on disc.

Most of the songs are his fast classic numbers but every once in a while he throws in a blues number, and I enjoyed that just as much. The only complaint I had was "Reelin' & Rockin'" went on too long. Still, something a rock collector should own, even though it's only 46 minutes long.


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