Breathless - Jerry Lee Lewis - Jerry Rocks (CD)

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  1. " Breathless " is a song composed by Otis Blackwell and was the third record by Jerry Lee Lewis, whose version was released in February (see in music) on Sun Records. It spent 15 weeks on the Billboard Hot chart, peaking at #7 in April The song also reached #4 on the country chart, #3 on the R&B chart, and #8 in the UK.B-side: "Down the Line".
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jerry Rocks - Jerry Lee Lewis on AllMusic - - You can be certain of one thing: that any 9/
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jerry Rocks on Discogs. Label: Bear Family Records - BCD AR • Series: Rocks (4) • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll.
  4. Tracks 1 to Jerry Lee Lewis - vocals & piano (no other musicians), recorded on at Music City Music Hall Studios, Nashville, TN. Track live in for the Philip Morris Show. Track live in for Cal's Corral TV Show/5(3).
  5. rows · Jerry Lee Lewis (born September 29, in Ferriday, Louisiana, U.S.) is an American .
  6. Jerry Lee Lewis "Breathless": Jerry Lee Lewis Lyrics. album: "The Golden Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis" () Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On. Fools Like Me. Great Balls Of Fire. I'll Make It All Up To You. Down The Line. End Of The Road.
  7. Artist: Jerry Lee Lewis Album: This Is My Rock Released: Style: Rock Format: MP3 Kbps Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Great Balls Of Fire 02 – What’d I Say 03 – High School Confidential 04 – Hello Josephine 05 – Milkshake Mademoiselle 06 – It’ll Be Me 07 – Money (Thats What I Want) 08 – Crazy Arms 09 – Put Me Down
  8. Artist: Jerry Lee Lewis. series turns to the man who literally epitomizes rock: Jerry Lee Lewis! marks the 50th anniversary of Jerry Lee's first record release and what better way to mark that anniversary than with 80 minutes of his best rockers.
  9. Inevitably, our top-selling ROCKS! series now turns to the man who literally epitomizes ROCK: Jerry Lee Lewis! There have been plenty of Jerry Lee compilations through the years (hey! we've even produced a few of them ourselves), but this is the first to feature an incredible 80 minutes (well, 79 minutes and 50 seconds) of wall-to-wall piano pounding rock 'n' roll.