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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). 180-gram vinyl.

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). 180-gram vinyl.

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Concerto In B Goode [LP]
Artist: Chuck Berry
Format: Vinyl
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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). 180-gram vinyl.

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