Review #51: The Great Twenty-Eight, Chuck Berry

#51: The Great Twenty-Eight, Chuck Berry

By the time this album came on it was after 7 p.m. and practically pitch black. I was over an hour from my hotel for the night. At this point in my first road trip I was practically passing out on the road, but tonight I felt pretty good. Chuck Berry found me in a good mood.




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