Zz Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas Review: A Rocking Doc for the Legendary Trio

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"Gimme all your lovin', all your hugs and kisses too. Gimme all your lovin'. Don't let up until we're through." This is the hard-rocking, distinctive boogie-down chorus of Zz Top's classic, "Gimme All Your Lovin'." It was my first foray into the band's awesome music. The year was 1983. MTV had every kid's eyes and ears glued to the television. The band looked and sounded completely different. They played fuzzy guitars, wore sunglasses and cowboy hats. Their front man and bass player had long, Rip Van Winkle beards. Zz Top was a mysterious band. The new documentary, Zz Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas, sheds light on the mystery. It is a must see for their fans, and anyone who appreciates blues-driven rock and roll. They had a completely different image and fifteen years of history before music video stardom.

Zz Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas tells the band's story through interviews,
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