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8 thoughts on “ Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Gugal
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  2. Zulkijora
    Song information for Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis on AllMusic. Song information for Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis on AllMusic The Great Jerry Lee Lewis. Goldies: Vinyl Vault Presents Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry. Golden Sky Records:
  3. Voodoolrajas
    Sun Singles (Red Vinyl) Jerry Lee Lewis - Sun Singles Collection - LP Vinyl Album Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Crazy Arms 2. Whole Lot of Shakin' Going on 3. Great Balls of Fire out of 5 stars Red Wax '' Great Balls of Fire '' Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, /5(11).
  4. Nigor
    JERRY LEE LEWIS Vinyl Records and CDs The Killer still sounds much the same as he did in the late s. His trademark pumping piano and wild mix of country with R&B sounds just as fresh and vital as it did forty years ago.
  5. Voodooran
    Jerry Lee Lewis's recording of “Great Balls of Fire” is the most well-known. It was recorded in the Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, on October 8, , and released as a single in November It reached #2 on the US chart and #1 in the UK. The song was ranked as the 96th greatest song ever by Rolling Stone Magazine. View wiki.
  6. Sashura
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Volume 1: Great Balls Of Fire on Discogs/5(23).
  7. Taushicage
    Jerry Lee Lewis Biography by Cub Koda + Follow Artist. A child prodigy on the boogie-woogie piano who became one of the greatest names in '50s rock & roll and '60s country music. Jerry Lee's Greatest! Rhino The Greatest Live Show on Earth: Mercury I'm on Fire: Mercury Class of ' Memphis Rock & Roll Homecoming.
  8. Kigaran
    This was Jerry Lee's second album released on the Sun label and, with the exception of "Great Balls of Fire," it's all late-period Killer sides from his tenure at the label. While tracks like "Let's Talk About Us," "What'd I Say," and "As Long as I Live" have their own charm, this set simply isn't the place to start a Jerry Lee collection; stick with the Rhino single-disc best-of to fill that Brand: Barnes Noble Consign.

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