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|Jerry Lee Lewis|
Anthology: All Killer No Filler
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Elvis may have been the King, but there's no doubt who reigned as the dark prince of rock & roll. Jerry Lee Lewis--a.k.a. the Killer--burst on the scene in 1957, taking no prisoners with his (as it was called) "pumping" pi... more »
Elvis may have been the King, but there's no doubt who reigned as the dark prince of rock & roll. Jerry Lee Lewis--a.k.a. the Killer--burst on the scene in 1957, taking no prisoners with his (as it was called) "pumping" piano and his lust-laden style on such Sun Records classics as "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," "Breathless," and "Great Balls of Fire." This 42-track double CD collection includes all of them, but also features both midperiod Lewis (early '60s tracks such as "Money"), and, most significantly, his latter hits as a country star in the late '60s and '70s, such as "What Made Milwaukee Famous," "She Even Woke Me Up (To Say Goodbye)," "39 and Holding," and the self-explanatory "Meat Man." --Billy Altman
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The one and only. This is the reaaaaaal thing.
Kurt Olav Helle | Lonevåg, Osteroy Norway | 10/21/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Talkin about rock and roll. Jerry Lee Lewis is the real thing.
Nearly everybody knows the classical stuff. Great Balls of Fire, Whole lotta, High School etc. This is hellraising striped to the bone rock and roll, and it realy feel you with joy, listning to it. Also the country stuff is great to listning to. But to more modern tracks like Drinking Wine Spo-dee odee, and Rockin my life away realy kicks youre soul in gear.
Nobody can fills his shoes, when it comes to hellraising pumping, thumping, rock and roll. He are what he are, and we love him for that. I am what i am too, and maybe more will find his soulmate listning once in a while to the "real thing" and what realy rock and roll realy is. Jerry Lee just rules on this one."