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The Golden Hits Of
Jerry Lee Lewis

Jerry Lee Lewis

The Golden Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis The Golden Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis
33MLewis J L4

SMASH Records...SRS-67040...[1963]...33 1/3 LP Stereo

Side 1
1) Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Curlie Williams/S. David...2:35
2) Fools Like Me - Jack Clement/M. Maddux...2:37
3) Great Ball Of Fire - Otis blackwell/Jack Hammer...1:45
4) I'll Make It All Up To You - Charlie Rich...2:40
5) End Of The Road - Jerry Lee Lewis...1:48

Side 2
1) Breathless - Otis Blackwell...2:36
2) Crazy Arms - R. Mooney/Charles Seals...2:25
3) You Win Again - Hank Williams...2:57
4) High School Confidential - Jerry Lee Lewis/Ron Hargrove...2:17
5) Your Cheating Heart - Hank Williams...2:27

The Golden Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis The Golden Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis



One of the most dynamic series of recording sessions begin in Nashville, Tennessee (known throughout the world as "Music City U. S. A.") a couple of months ago. From these sessions came the contents of this album, JERRY LEE LEWIS´ GOLDEN HITS.

"Music City U.S.A.," is a long way from Ferriday, Louisiana and so is Jerry Lee Lewis. Ferriday is a sleepy southern town that Jerry Lee calls home; but this dynamic exciting package of uninhigited showmanship is world wide property ...he belongs to everyone who likes their music with a touch of drama and a dash of adventrued. Jerry Lee Lewis is universal.

Appropriately, Jerry Lee´s first album for Smash Records is geared to this realm of world wide acclaim. Label executives called for an explosive package of his greatest songs. They wanted an album of golden hits by musicdom´s "Golden Boy."

Recording Jerry Lee Lweis´ million sellers in this album created a stir of excitement in this city of music; a town used to dramatic entertainment events. The completed album reflects the intense interest and effort behind its productions, felt by musicians and singers alike, as each band of this album is a single recording with soul and sound.

JERRY LEE LEWIS´ GOLDEN HITS showcases the blond-tressed song belter from Louisiana at this superb best. This brand new Smash album scores the polish and finesse Jerry Lee has acquired since his careet first bolted into view as hit maker in 1957 with "Crazy Arms" and "Whole Lotta Shakin´ Goin´ On." Excitement and fire he still has...but there´s a finer and even more thrilling "something new" that spotlights him as a greater artist with a lifetime of recording in the future.

Stars don´t just happen, Jerry Lee worked for it. He rocked and socked audiences around the world. He stole the show on network TV programs and won top billing with his movie theme song presentation of High School Confidential.

Jerry Lee with his piano never released as much explosive, creative energy as he did in recording this eollection of his sellers. No one can deny the dynamic charge of emotion in "Fools Like Me," or the driving wildness of "Great Balls of Fire."

Eddie Kilroy

This record is also on Mercury mono - MGS 27040

Reissued in 1969 with a different cover and title "The Golden Rock Hits of Jerry Lee Lewis"

The Golden Rock Hits of Jerry Lee Lewis The Golden Rock Hits of Jerry Lee Lewis

under the Smash label SRS-67044 - then issued again in 1980 under Smash label SR-7001
same play list on all

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