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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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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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