Jerry Lee Lewis - Up Through The Years 1956-1963


Label:

Music On Vinyl

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
AMOV 955
EAN: 8718469534432
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP

$29.98

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180-gram vinyl with included insert

Produced by Sam Phillips and Scotty Moore

Remastered from the original tapes, this ultimate collection of Jerry Lee Lewis' classic Sun singles from 1956-1963 comes in superior sound quality. Up Through The Years 1956-1963 includes such hits as "Whole Lot Of Shaking Goin' On," "Great Balls Of Fire" and "Breathless," but also The Killer's Sun debut "Crazy Arms", his take on Chuck Berry's "Little Queenie" as well as his very own composition "End Of The Road."

His earliest hits propelled him to worldwide fame. Considered to be rock 'n' roll's first great wild man, tragedy and scandal have played a big role in his life and career. But first and foremost, Grammy Award winner and living legend Jerry Lee Lewis is a great pianist, singer and performer. This is rock 'n' roll craziness in its prime.

The original collection of songs has been produced by Sam Phillips and Scotty Moore (of Elvis Presley fame).

 



Side 1
End Of The Road
Crazy Arms
It'll Be Me
Whole Lot Of Shaking Goin' On
You Win Again
Mean Woman Blues
Great Balls Of Fire
Down The Line
Breathless
Don't Be Cruel
Put Me Down
Break Up

Side 2
I'll Make It All Up To You
I'll Sail My Ship Alone
Lovin' Up A Storm
Big Blon' Baby
Night Train To Memphis
Little Queenie
John Henry
Livin' Lovin' Wreck
What'd I Say
Cold Cold Heart
Sweet Little Sixteen
Carry Me Back To Old Virginia

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