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Jerry Lee Lewis is truly the King Of Rock and Roll (sorry Elvis). This CD contains all the major hits plus many other rockin' tunes Jerry Lee recorded on the fabled Sun label. The sound quality is first-rate/5(36). This song CD contains Jerry Lee Lewis' best rock & roll sides from the or so tracks that he recorded for Sun Records. If that sounds like the very tiny tip of a very large iceberg -- it is. But this compilation remains 40 of rock & roll's hottest minutes, revealing as much about Jerry Lee Lewis as it's possible to learn from watching the movie Great Balls of Fire!10/ View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box Set release of Classic Jerry Lee Lewis - The Definitive Edition Of His Sun Recordings (Incl. Unissued Performances) on Discogs/5(13).

The Killer's original album for Sun Records is a curious mixture, as Sam Phillips pulled songs from all avenues of Jerry Lee 's repertoire, everything from handkerchief weepers like "It All Depends," "Fools Like Me," and a staid "Goodnight Irene" to rockers like "Put Me Down," "Matchbox," "Ubangi Stomp," "Don't Be Cruel," and "High School Confidential.". "Ubangi Stomp" is an American rockabilly song. Written by Charles Underwood and first released on record by Warren Smith in , the song did not chart, but went on to become a rockabilly standard, covered by many artists. "Ubangi Stomp" – usually Smith's recording – appears on many compilation albums, including The Sun Records Collection and The Best of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour. Louder, sassier, and more outrageous than Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis was the grand daddy of bad boys of rock n' roll. All the essentials are here, the old Sun records stuff that made Lewis famous and proved you don't need screaming guitars for rock n' roll, a strong pianist can do just as well/5(32). Produced and selected by label founder Sam Phillips, it includes the legendary "Class of 55": Carl Perkins (all of whose hits here were George Harrison covers with the Beatles), Jerry Lee Lewis (his four best-known hits), Roy Orbison (whose two debut singles are his weakest) Johnny Cash's signature songs and, back on Sun, Elvis Presley (two from the seminal Sun sessions)/5(12). View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jerry Lee Lewis on Discogs. Free Download Album Various - The Sun Story | Good Rockin Tonight,Honey Dont,Great Balls Of Fire,Red Hot,Straight As In Love,Devil Doll,Mystery Train,Folsom Prison Blues,Raunchy,Mona Lisa,Lonely Weekends,Whole Lotta Shakin Going On,Ubangi Stomp,Flyin Saucers Rock N Roll,Ooby Dooby,Thats All Right Mama,I Walk The Line,W MP3 FLAC.


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8 thoughts on “ Ubangi Stomp - Jerry Lee Lewis - The Original Sun Masters (CD, Album)

  1. Jerry Lee Lewis - 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits music CD album at CD Universe, Live Recording, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  2. "Ubangi Stomp" is an American rockabilly song. Written by Charles Underwood and first released on record by Warren Smith in , the song did not chart, but went on to become a rockabilly standard, covered by many artists. "Ubangi Stomp" – usually Smith's recording – appears on many compilation albums, including The Sun Records Collection and The Best of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour.
  3. The Killer's original album for Sun Records is a curious mixture, as Sam Phillips pulled songs from all avenues of Jerry Lee 's repertoire, everything from handkerchief weepers like "It All Depends," "Fools Like Me," and a staid "Goodnight Irene" to rockers like "Put Me Down," "Matchbox," "Ubangi Stomp," "Don't Be Cruel," and "High School Confidential.".
  4. Louder, sassier, and more outrageous than Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis was the grand daddy of bad boys of rock n' roll. All the essentials are here, the old Sun records stuff that made Lewis famous and proved you don't need screaming guitars for rock n' roll, a strong pianist can do just as well/5(32).
  5. At Sun Records: The Collected Works: What the Hell Else Do You Need? by Jerry Lee Lewis (CD, Sep, 18 Discs, Bear Family Records (Germany)) $ New Sings the Country Music Hall of Fame Hits, Vols. by Jerry Lee Lewis (CD, Apr, Beat Goes On).
  6. Produced and selected by label founder Sam Phillips, it includes the legendary "Class of 55": Carl Perkins (all of whose hits here were George Harrison covers with the Beatles), Jerry Lee Lewis (his four best-known hits), Roy Orbison (whose two debut singles are his weakest) Johnny Cash's signature songs and, back on Sun, Elvis Presley (two from the seminal Sun sessions)/5(12).
  7. Mar 20,  · Another Time Another Place/She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye (, Raven) –“Two-fer CD reissue of Jerry Lee Lewis' & albums plus it contains the added bonus of six tracks — over half the album -- from 's She Still Comes Around (To Love What's Left of Me).
  8. Ubangi Stomp Written-By – Underwood* B5: Big Legged Woman Written-By – Williams* B6: Lewis Boogie Jerry Lee Lewis: 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits ‎ (CD, Comp) Rhino Records (2) RNCD Jerry Lee Lewis: 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits.

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