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Let The Good Times Roll (1973)

Let The Good Times Roll (1973)

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A highly entertaining rock documentary, Let the Good Times Roll combines film clips from the 1950s with footage from a rock & roll revival show filmed in the early '70s. As is not always the case with such things, most of the artists are in fine shape in their latter-day performances, with the Coasters jiving their way through "Charlie Brown," Little Richard acting as outrageous as ever, Bo Diddley electrifying the crowd with a loud blast of wild, primal guitar stomp, and Chuck Berry trading licks with Bo on a killer version of "Johnny B. Goode." One of the few movies about '50s rock that well and truly rocks, Let the Good Times Roll is a movie to play loud.

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