That being said, spending two hours immersed in the master's music is not a bad thing, and there may not be a better way to do it than Matt Fiveash's sendoff on WFMU's Give the Drummer Radio stream (which is where I heard this quote.) Even if once or twice you find yourself going "didn't he play this one already?"
I will also admit I've vastly underrated Chuck as a lyricist.
1I also find this question interesting in the context of the fact that in 1973, in Philadelphia, Chuck Berry needs to rely on a white hippie blues band to back him up on Soul Train.
2Although, that did help him gig consistently for sixty-odd years without ever having a working band.