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Jerry Lee Lewis The Very Best of Jerry Lee Lewis, Volume 2

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The Very Best of Jerry Lee Lewis, Volume 2
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  • Originally Released: 1999
  • Label: Collectables Records

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Twenty-five classic cuts from Jerry's Sun Records days, including "Jambalaya", "Night Train To Memphis", "I Can't Help It", and the title track.

Tracks:

  • 1.Invitation To Your Party
  • 2.Crazy Arms
  • 3.One Minute Past Eternity
  • 4.You Win Again
  • 5.I'm Feeling Sorry
  • 6.I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye
  • 7.Jambalaya
  • 8.Your Cheating Heart
  • 9.Waiting For A Train
  • 10.How's My Ex Treating You
  • 11.Cold, Cold Heart
  • 12.I Can't Trust Me
  • 13.Born To Lose
  • 14.I Love You Because
  • 15.I Can't Help It
  • 16.Lovesick Blues
  • 17.I'll Make It All Up To You
  • 18.I Forgot To Remember To Forget
  • 19.Just A Shanty In An Old Shanty Town
  • 20.Release Me
  • 21.I Love You So Much It Hurts
  • 22.It Hurts Me So
  • 23.Night Train To Memphis
  • 24.Am I To Be The One

Product Description:

Also available as part of THE ULTIMATE JERRY LEE LEWIS BOX SET.
Includes liner notes by Mark Marymont.
INVITATION TO YOUR PARTY is a highly entertaining collection of the lesser-known tracks that Jerry Lee Lewis cut for the legendary Sun Records. Most of them--like "Night Train to Memphis," "Crazy Arms," and "Jambalaya"--are in Lewis's classic '50s rockabilly style, all pumping piano and echoed vocals, and they're as viscerally exciting as his more famous recordings. But there's also some oddball stuff from the early '60s, with the Killer seemingly looking for a new direction. The title song, for example, is a teen ballad more suited to Bobby Vee than a wildman like Lewis. There are also some straight country tunes ("I Can't Trust Me") that foreshadow the stylistic path the Killer would take in the '70s, and what seems to be an emulation of Leiber and Stoller's production with the Coasters, on "Am I to Be the One."

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  • Sales Rank: 13,817
  • UPC: 090431601327
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