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What I Streamed And Liked: A docudrama about the early R&B scene

Music documentaries and docudramas are a mixed bag of fun — from the really good like “Ray” and “Walk the Line” to the awful like “Great Balls of Fire!”, you never know what you’re going to get.

That’s why this week’s streaming movie pick from Kim Komando is such a delight.

“Cadillac Records” explores the era of music from the early 1940s to the late 1960s, focusing on label fashioned after Chess Records.

The movie focuses on record-company executive Leonard Chess and the musicians who recorded for Chess Records. The movie has strong performances and fantastic music.

Watch it on your favorite streaming service, for free on Crackle, Vudu and Roku.

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