Concerto In B. Goode is a Chuck Berry album which was released in 1969 on the Mercury Records label. The title song is an extended instrumental exploration of "the Chuck Berry style" by its creator, running approximately 18 minutes in length and taking up the entire second side of the album. The title refers to Berry's semi-autobiographical song "Johnny B. Goode".
This was the last album release from Berry's brief association with Mercury Records. The next year, he would move back to Chess Records.