The king was…..who? Rock and roll is king!!
Any white music made by a black musian is dumb.
Like ricky nelson covering aint that a shame was awful to cover.
White musicians oroved black musician's are the best.
Thi shows blacks in music were the best not europens neither wasnt better than them.
Covering black is robbery. White musicians showed blacks are the best.
Lljerry lee was awful too trying to sound black.
Those that orginally blived longer that says alot. Whote people only pertend. That's what they done.
Rock"n"roll was really black they just changed the name.
White musicians tried to be hip but they failed.
cool movie i wish we was still back there
i love how the black woman and men dance back then. so much rhythm
Damn white people always stealing shit
Then rap came along and all that creativity and innovation came to a grinding halt. Suddenly the doors were opened for any bum with no talent to become famous just for showing tattoos, talking crap into a microphone, being disrespectful to his daughter, wife, mother, grandma, aunt, and the rest of the human race, plus looking and acting like something a dog dragged out of a dumpster. The future sure looks bright.
Beautifully crafted documentary. Thanks for not editing down the music to recognizable snippets.
LOL … we didn't listen to Pat Boone!!! Well, not on the West Coast!! I grew up in the 50's through out musical history. Our parents (mine anyway) let us have our music, though they didn't consider it "music". Yep … lived it and loved it and remember every one of these songs!!!
Before: Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Collins Kids, Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran are minus from the opening credits… Still I always hope to learn something from this…
Rock n’ Roll the name was invented by black people… Rock didn’t come from Cleveland but the Mississippi Delta, New Orleans… Memphis…
Sad message…all of us, who felt being rebels, got sucked into society as the powerful recognised what music can do…can we be rebellious again,ever?
Guitars a great don't get me wrong but damn those saxophones are incredible
All of you performers that happen to be white..keep paying homage to your African musical roots..its all about the drum..call and response..😆😆😀🤗😇😎
54:20 No disrespect to Chuck himself, of course, but it's rather jarring the way the narrator makes no mention of Chuck's own arrest and subsequent jail time.
Awesome.. But you left out a major stepping stone… Hank Williams…Some of his songs were almost Rock n Roll and the crossover was very noticeable…
AS WE CAN SEE NOW ,,after everyone was having a good time ,, you can bet ,, that Officials & US GOV PUT THE SCREWS ON THE GOOD TIMES ,, WHY ?? BECAUSE OF MONEY GOV WERE NOT GETTING FROM THE NEW FOUND GOOD TIMES & music ya see ALL ABOUT MONEY AN CONTROL . AS OFFICIALS SPOIL EVERYTHING …
this documentary forgot to mention, it was FOREST GUMP who showed Elvis how to shake his thang. if it wasn't for MARTY McFLY, there would be no Chuck Berry. and Little Richard, after his music career ended, he um, started using steroids and became a pro wrestler in WCW before Vince McMahon bought it out. oh, also, Elvis didn't die, just like Little Richard, he became a pro wrestler in the WWF known as…the Honky Tonk Man. he's the Honky Tonk Man….he's cool, he's cocky, he's bad. uh-huh.
Ike turner rocket 88 ?
Wow isn't Pat Boone just the most awsome Rock n Roller, never mind Elvis, forever gimme Pat The King Boone.
It was so sad that Elvis died so young from an overdose of drugs. I'll never forget hearing the news of his death on my car radio in August of 1977.
The White citizens council, the partnership of the Klan.
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