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Jerry Lee Lewis - Live [Prime Cuts] album mp3

Jerry Lee Lewis - Live [Prime Cuts] album mp3
Honky Tonk,Rock & Roll
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    Jerry Lee Lewis
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    Live [Prime Cuts]
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    Honky Tonk,Rock & Roll
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When Jerry Lee Lewis is "on," very few performers can match his level of manic abandon. October 5, 1984 was a fortuitously "on" night for The Killer, because it was the night his Worcester, Massachusetts concert was recorded for broadcast over the Silver Eagle radio network. Kicking off his set on LIVE with Ray Charles' "I Got a Woman," Lewis tears into the material and never lets up, powering his way through a thirteen-song set that would leave most men half his age exhausted

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We then turn our attention to 1964's Live At The Star Club album – now held up as one of rock'n'roll's wildest and finest live albums – before picking up the story with an investigation into Lewis' career-restoring resurgence as a successful country artist.

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Jerry Lee Lewis was born on September 29th, 1935, in Ferriday, Louisiana. He began playing the piano at age 9, copying the styles of preachers and black musicians that traveled through the area. He signed with Sun Records in 1956 and quickly became a star. 19 Recovery Update: Jerry Lee Lewis Is Heading In The Right Direction. Statement from Zach Farnum, publicist for Jerry Lee Lewis: Great news! After suffering a stroke and spending two weeks in the hospital, Jerry Lee Lewis has been transferred to a rehabilitation. 19 Doctors Expect Jerry Lee Lewis to Make Full Recovery After Minor Stroke. Statement from Zach Farnum, publicist for Jerry Lee Lewis: Last night, Jerry Lee Lewis suffered a minor stroke.

Jerry Lee Lewis is packed with all-night stompers like "Put Me Down" and "Matchbox," as well as rockabilly mainstays like "Don't Be Cruel. With his rowdy yelp and hard-hitting piano, Jerry Lee Lewis pioneered the anarchic rock 'n' roll spirit, and this early release perfectly encapsulates his crazed energy and carefree attitude. Jerry Lee Lewis is packed with all-night stompers like "Put Me Down" and "Matchbox," as well as rockabilly mainstays like "Don't Be Cruel.


Otis Blackwell - Composer
Chuck Calhoun - Composer
Ray Charles - Composer
Sunny David - Composer
Fred Foster - Composer
Jerry Foster - Composer
Jack Hammer - Composer
Kris Kristofferson - Composer
Jerry Lee Lewis - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
John Marascalco - Composer
Roger Miller - Composer
Richard Penniman - Composer
Bill Rice - Composer
Charlie Rich - Composer
Jiles Perry Richardson - Composer
Lou Willie Turner - Composer
Dave Williams - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Shake, Rattle & Roll/Flip Flop & Fly Chuck Calhoun / Lou Willie Turner Jerry Lee Lewis 3:54
2 Chantilly Lace Jiles Perry Richardson Jerry Lee Lewis 3:09
3 Great Balls of Fire Otis Blackwell / Jack Hammer Jerry Lee Lewis 1:47
4 Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On Sunny David / Dave Williams Jerry Lee Lewis 2:33
5 Who Will the Next Fool Be? Charlie Rich Jerry Lee Lewis 4:14
6 What'd I Say Ray Charles Jerry Lee Lewis 3:09
7 Honky Tonk Angels Roger Miller Jerry Lee Lewis 4:09
8 Think About It Darlin' Jerry Foster / Bill Rice Jerry Lee Lewis 2:41
9 Help Me Make It Through the Night Fred Foster / Kris Kristofferson Jerry Lee Lewis 3:49
10 Good Golly Miss Molly/Tutti Frutti Otis Blackwell / John Marascalco / Richard Penniman Jerry Lee Lewis 2:42