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Mean Old Man


Download links and information about Mean Old Man by Jerry Lee Lewis. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 31:02 minutes.

Artist: Jerry Lee Lewis
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 10
Duration: 31:02
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No. Title Length
1. Mean Old Man (featuring Ron Wood) 2:47
2. Rockin' My Life Away (featuring Kid Rock, Slash) 2:16
3. Sweet Virginia (featuring Keith Richards) 3:50
4. You Can Have Her (featuring James Burton, Eric Clapton) 2:37
5. Roll Over Beethoven (featuring John Mayer, Ringo Starr, Jon Brion) 2:45
6. Bad Moon Rising (featuring John Fogerty) 2:17
7. Dead Flowers (featuring Mick Jagger) 3:52
8. You Are My Sunshine (featuring Jon Brion, Sheryl Crow) 3:35
9. Whiskey River (featuring Willie Nelson) 3:19
10. Middle Age Crazy (featuring Tim McGraw, Jon Brion) 3:44



Jerry Lee Lewis is timeless — but not ageless. At 74, Lewis has lived a crazy life and his music has worn its scars, often to great effect. His 2010 album, Mean Old Man, is similar to his 2006 release, Last Man Standing, where the studio is jammed with celebrities wishing to pay their respects to a living legend. He sings with a sense of knowing. Whether he’s mocking his own persona on the title track, or moving on over for Kid Rock and Slash on “Rockin’ My Life Away,” the Killer still holds all the cards in the studio as his piano pumps throughout the album like a human heart. Keith Richards joins him for a woozy-boozy version of the Rolling Stones’ “Sweet Virginia.” “Whiskey River,” with Willie Nelson, is a match of two legends. “You Can Have Her” comes off like vintage Sun sessions with Eric Clapton and James Burton slinging their guitars into the solo slots. The man can throw a party. The expanded version includes another Stones cut, “Dead Flowers,” with Mick Jagger, for a smooth country stroll into depravity. Gillian Welch brings sweet harmonies to “Please Release Me” and “I Really Don’t Want to Know.” Country, rock n’ roll, and everything in between, the Killer does it all. At 74.