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If you want to bob your head along to a jukebox sampler of glorious American songs, then “Muscle Shoals” is the documentary for you. But if you want to learn how the area near the small Alabama city of Muscle Shoals, which hugs the south bank of the Tennessee River, became a renowned music center — the place where Percy Sledge’s Civil Rights-era chartbuster “When a Man Loves a Woman” was born and where Aretha Franklin poured sweat and tears into “I Never Loved a Man (the Way I Love You)” — then you will need to look and listen elsewhere.

At once overstuffed with interviews and intellectually underdeveloped, the movie charts the area’s music industry and what is lyrically if elusively called the Muscle Shoals sound. It’s a history that the documentary’s first-time director, Greg Camalier, introduces with an American Indian myth about a woman singing in what became known as the Tennessee River and that native peoples called the Singing River. It’s a poetic starting point, one that Mr. Camalier repeatedly evokes with many, many beauty shots of the rushing river, even as he turns to more recent times and the likes of a local boy made good named Rick Hall.

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An unlikely impresario, Mr. Hall created Fame publishing in 1959 with two others and went on to record hits by the likes of Mr. Sledge and Clarence Carter, who both tell a few stories on camera. Mr. Hall is a diverting if overly dominant presence in the documentary, which includes testimonials from members of his former house band, the Swampers, who went on to establish the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios. It was the Swampers who helped keep the beat on Ms. Franklin’s “I Never Loved a Man” and it was at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio that the Rolling Stones — Mick Jagger and Keith Richards pop up in separate interviews — recorded “Brown Sugar” in 1969.

That down-and-dirty ditty opens with “Gold Coast slave ship bound for cotton fields/Sold in a market down in New Orleans.” It would have been nice if Mr. Camalier addressed this song or the Confederate flag favored by Lynyrd Skynyrd, another Muscle Shoals client. But such difficult subjects make him skittish and sometimes lead him to make wincing choices, like Bono yammering on about race in America. That’s too bad because, while many of the famed Muscle Shoals musicians were white, this celebrated sound also has deep roots in African-American history and all the pretty fields in the movie that are now covered with sunflowers rather than broken bodies.

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