Chuck berry invented Rock and Roll and Pete Townshend is the King. That's the plain truth.
When I was in high school I went to Peabody’s Downunder to see Rocket From The Crypt play. My friends and I didn’t have enough money to pay the covers so we wandered the The Flats of Cleveland, Ohio sparing change from people. We ended up by The Odeon where we walked right in because whoever was headlining was already on and no one seemed to care or notice. We pointed and laughed at some boy band that was playing got some change and headed back to our show.
When I bought this movie I had never heard of it but I quickly knew it was worth the risk with a $3 price tag. Then I learned Bill Wyman composed the soundtrack. Definitely worth the $3 risk.
This is consistently brought up as the best Rock & Roll Live Show or Documentary when the truth is it's not even the best Stones movie.
This is hands down my favorite music movie to date. My top three are this, The Last Waltz and Minor Threat Live. The Stones are great in this with Mick rocking fake tattoos and singing to the camera but The Who truly steal the show with a perfect performance. The Dirty Mac and Taj Mahal step up to be contenders while Ms. Marianne Faithful is an honorable mention but there is none better than A Quick One.