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The Complete London Sessions


Download links and information about The Complete London Sessions by Jerry Lee Lewis. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Rockabilly, Pop genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:33:35 minutes.

Artist: Jerry Lee Lewis
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Rockabilly, Pop
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:33:35
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No. Title Length
1. Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee 3:37
2. Music to the Man 4:36
3. Baby What You Want Me to Do 3:58
4. Bad Moon Rising 2:37
5. Sea Cruise 3:52
6. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 3:12
7. Juke Box 4:39
8. No Headstone On My Grave 5:20
9. Big Boss Man 3:42
10. Pledging My Love 2:22
11. Dungaree Doll 1:10
12. Memphis 4:02
13. I Can't Give You Anything But Love 0:59
14. Trouble In Mind 5:47
15. Johnny B. Goode 3:30
16. High School Confidential (Instrumental) (featuring John Gustafson, Joe Hammer, Chas Hodges, Albert Lee, B. J. Cole, Pete Robinson, Drew Croon) 3:27
17. Early Morning Rain 4:21
18. Be Bop A-Lula 6:02
19. Singing the Blues 2:20
20. Goldmine In the Sky 4:10
21. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 3:59
22. Sixty Minute Man 3:37
23. Down the Line 3:28
24. What'd I Say 4:57
25. The Rock & Roll Medley 3:51



Jerry Lee Lewis wasn't the first American musical legend to make an album in London in the early '70s with an all-star cast of British rockers, but he was probably the most successful at it. He was knee-deep in the second act of his career, cutting country records with a dash of rock 'n' roll, when he headed to England for a "super session" with U.K. heavyweights including Rory Gallagher, Alvin Lee, Gary Wright, Kenney Jones, and a pre–Comes Alive Peter Frampton. Whether it was the sonic heft added by the aforementioned players, The Killer's brief return to the rock realm, or simply the chemistry among Jerry Lee and the lads, the album gave Lewis his best showing on the charts in nearly a decade. Not only does the piano king kick up a storm on tunes that are more or less in his comfort zone (like Louisiana rocker Frankie Ford's '50s hit "Sea Cruise" and Roy Orbison's Sun Records–era rockabilly romp "Down the Line"), he also puts his own powerful stamp on everything from Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Bad Moon Rising" to Gordon Lightfoot's "Early Morning Rain."