What are they? Is it 18 minutes of three-chord stuff and the 50s progression? Does the tempo change? Are there vocals?
How many guitar solos are there? Does Berry play all of them? I hope you see what I'm getting at, and hopefully someone can address a few of these questions. It's not easy because, I think, few people listen to Berry this days. Concerto in B Goode.
You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Top positive review. Reviewed in the United States on May 8, I thought I had everything and stumbled on this at the end of his deal with Polygram Records. The real gem here is the last song which is a little over 18 min.
The other songs on this can be found on another LP hence why you have to buy the whole album if you do so downloading the MP3 format. Its only 5 and half bucks so well worth the price. I happy with the purchase and you'll love the bass groove on the song Concerto In B Goode. One person found this helpful. Top critical review. Reviewed in the United States on February 13, If Chuck Berry hadn't found that magic formula that married rhythm-and-blues to country pickin' and become one of the most signature voices in rock 'n roll, it's entirely possible he would've been another in a series of great but not distinctive bluesmen from the Forties and Fifties.
Berry the Bluesman is who's showcased on the first 4 songs on this album, and what he is in that role is a singer and guitarist very much in the mold of the great T-Bone Walker "Stormy Monday Blues" , whose guitar and singing stylings were as distinctly his own in the Forties as Berry's were in the Fifties.
None of these tunes are bad, but he's "T-Bone Lite" on them, and nowhere near as exciting as when he rocks out. With a crack and uncredited band backing him to the hilt, Chuck Berry swoops,struts and rocks on his gee-tar with all the guts and passion he's given in past fretwork breaks on "Johnny B.
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