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Five CD set. If rock'n'roll was a person, it would be Jerry Lee Lewis. Back in 1957, when Jerry Lee Lewis exploded on radio and jukeboxes with "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On" and "Great Balls Of Fire," rock'n'roll was brand new, young and wild, loud and dangerous. The same could be said of Jerry Lee. No matter who wrote a song, when Jerry Lee played it, it became a Jerry Lee Lewis song. There are few performers who are that original. Rock'n'roll during the 1950s was a mixture of something old, something new, something borrowed and some blues. You'll hear that spectrum in this Complete Jerry Lee Lewis set. During the 1950s, rock'n'roll was a teenager's first love. It was a music that excited them, moved them and gave them a music of their own-stupendously different from their parent's music. It was a music that grabbed the heart, moved the feet and changed the world. Listening to rock'n'roll was a rite of passage for teenagers in the 1950s, a baptism of freedom for a youth rebellion. Sun Records in Memphis, led by Sam Phillips, was the birthplace of rock'n'roll and Jerry Lee Lewis was a favorite son.
Five CD set. If rock'n'roll was a person, it would be Jerry Lee Lewis. Back in 1957, when Jerry Lee Lewis exploded on radio and jukeboxes with "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On" and "Great Balls Of Fire," rock'n'roll was brand new, young and wild, loud and dangerous. The same could be said of Jerry Lee. No matter who wrote a song, when Jerry Lee played it, it became a Jerry Lee Lewis song. There are few performers who are that original. Rock'n'roll during the 1950s was a mixture of something old, something new, something borrowed and some blues. You'll hear that spectrum in this Complete Jerry Lee Lewis set. During the 1950s, rock'n'roll was a teenager's first love. It was a music that excited them, moved them and gave them a music of their own-stupendously different from their parent's music. It was a music that grabbed the heart, moved the feet and changed the world. Listening to rock'n'roll was a rite of passage for teenagers in the 1950s, a baptism of freedom for a youth rebellion. Sun Records in Memphis, led by Sam Phillips, was the birthplace of rock'n'roll and Jerry Lee Lewis was a favorite son.
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Complete Jerry Lee Lewis On Sun (Box)
Artist: Jerry Lee Lewis
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Crazy Arms
2. End of the Road
3. Born to Lose
4. Silver Threads Among the Gold
5. I'm Throwing Rice (At the Girl I Love)
6. Loie You So Much It Hurts
7. Deep Elm Blues
8. Goodnight Irene
9. Honey Hush
10. Crawdad Song
11. Dixie
12. Marine's Hymn
13. That Lucky Old Sun
14. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
15. You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven
16. Lewis Boogie
17. I Can't Help It If Still in Lovewith You
18. Cold Cold Heart
19. Shame on You
20. I'll Keep on Loving You (Aka If the World Keeps on Turning)
21. You Are My Sunshine
22. Tomorrow Night
23. Sixty Minute Man
24. It All Depends (Who Will Buy the Wine)
25. I Don't Love Nobody
26. Ole Pal of Yesterday
27. You Win Again
28. Love Letters in the Sand
29. Little Green Valley
30. Pumpin' Pianorock
31. Whole Lot of Shakin Going on (Aka Whole Lotta Shakin Goin on)
32. It'll Be Me
33. All Night Long
34. Old Time Religion
35. When the Saints Go Marching in
36. My Carolina Sunshine Girl
37. Long Gone Lonesome Blues
38. Singing the Blues
39. Matchbox
40. Ubangi Stomp
41. Rock Ruby
42. So Long I'm Gone
43. 0Oby Booby
44. I'm Feeling Sorry
45. Mean Woman Blues
46. Turn Around
47. Why Should I Cry
48. Great Balls of Fire
49. I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry
50. Down the Line (Aka Mown on Down the Line)
51. Cool Cool Ways (Sexy Ways)
52. Milkshake Mademoiselle (Aka Milk Shake Mademoiselle)
53. Lewis Workout
54. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
55. When I Get Paid II
56. Love Made a Fool of Me
57. No More Than I Get
58. I Forgot to Remember to Forget
59. My Pretty Quadroon
60. Breathless
61. Pink Pedal Pushers
62. Jailhouse Rock
63. Don't Be Cruel
64. Someday You'll Want Me to Want You
65. Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
66. Friday Night
67. Big Legged Woman
68. Hello Hello Baby
69. Fi Ankle and Johnny
70. Your Cheatin' Heart
71. Lovesick Blues
72. Put Me Down
73. High School Confidential
74. Slippin' Around
75. I'll See You in My Dreams
76. Real Wild One (Wild One)
77. Let the Good Times Roll
78. Fools Like Me
79. Setting the Woods on Fire
80. Memory of You
81. Come What May
82. Crazy Heart
83. Live and Let Live
84. It Hurt Me So
85. Bigbien' Baby
86. Lovin' Up a Storm
87. Sick and Tired
88. Shanty in Old Shanty Town
89. Release Me
90. Near You
91. I Could Never Be Ashamed of You
92. Hillbilly Music
93. Little (Weenie)
94. Home
95. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
96. Ballad of Billy Joe
97. Sail Away
98. Am I to Be the One
99. Night Train to Memphis
100. Im the Guilty One
101. Let'stalk About Us
102. Wild Side of Life
103. Billy Boy (Aka Charming Billy)
104. My Bonnie
105. Mexicali Rose
106. In the Mood
107. I Get the Blues When It Rains
108. Don't Drop It
109. Great Speckled Bird
110. Baby Baby Bye Bye
111. Old Black Joe
112. Bonnie B
113. Hound Dog
114. As Long As I Live
115. What'd I Say
116. Keep Your Hands Off of It - Birthday Cake
117. Hang Up My Rock and Roll Shoes
118. John Henry
119. C.C. Rider
120. Livin' Lovin' Wreck
121. It Won't Happen with Me
122. I Love You Because
123. Save the Last Dance for Me
124. High Powered Woman
125. My Blue Heaven
126. Hamblin' Rose
127. Money
128. Rockin' the Boat of Love
129. I've Been Twistin'
130. I Know What It Means
131. Hello Josephine
132. Set My Mind at Ease
133. Sweet Little Sixteen
134. Good Rockin' Tonight
135. Be Bop a Lula
136. How's My Ex Treating You
137. I Can't Trust Me (In Your Arms Anymore)
138. Good Golly Miss Molly
139. Waiting for a Train
140. Teenage Letter
141. Seasons of My Heart
142. Your Lovin Ways
143. Just Who Is to Blame
144. Hong Kong Blues
145. Love on Broadway
146. One Minute Past Eternity
147. Invitation to Your Part
148. I Can't Seem to Say Goodbye
149. Carry Me Back to Old Virginia

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Five CD set. If rock'n'roll was a person, it would be Jerry Lee Lewis. Back in 1957, when Jerry Lee Lewis exploded on radio and jukeboxes with "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On" and "Great Balls Of Fire," rock'n'roll was brand new, young and wild, loud and dangerous. The same could be said of Jerry Lee. No matter who wrote a song, when Jerry Lee played it, it became a Jerry Lee Lewis song. There are few performers who are that original. Rock'n'roll during the 1950s was a mixture of something old, something new, something borrowed and some blues. You'll hear that spectrum in this Complete Jerry Lee Lewis set. During the 1950s, rock'n'roll was a teenager's first love. It was a music that excited them, moved them and gave them a music of their own-stupendously different from their parent's music. It was a music that grabbed the heart, moved the feet and changed the world. Listening to rock'n'roll was a rite of passage for teenagers in the 1950s, a baptism of freedom for a youth rebellion. Sun Records in Memphis, led by Sam Phillips, was the birthplace of rock'n'roll and Jerry Lee Lewis was a favorite son.
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