Chuck Berry - Concerto in B. Goode LP
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Concerto in B Goode was Chuck Berry's last record for Mercury. Released in the summer of 1969, it was a successful attempt to merge blues, rock 'n' roll, and psychedelia. Produced by Berry himself, the title track (which refers to his song "Johnny B. Goode") is an extraordinary 18-minute workout in which Berry rocks and rolls through just about every guitar lick he knows. Backed by Billy Peek (organ), Kermit Eugene Cooley (bass), and Dale Gischer (drums). The album also includes the slow blues "My Woman," which was inspired by Little Walter's "Last Night." Lester Bangs wrote about this album in Rolling Stone: "The Master is back again, and this time he has come up with a record worthy of his reputation." Here on 180g vinyl LP.