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Jerry Lee Lewis and Friends (1989)

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This concert, recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo in 1989, features "the killer" in performances of his classic tracks such as Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, What I'd Say, High School ... See full summary »

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This concert, recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo in 1989, features "the killer" in performances of his classic tracks such as Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, What I'd Say, High School Confidential and Great Balls Of Fire all delivered in his own inimitable fashion. Written by Anonymous

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Great Concert By Lewis
27 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Jerry Lee Lewis and Friends (1989)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Jerry Lee Lewis made a return to a London stage and also had some special guests show up. The setlist is as follows:

Raised on Rock / I Don't Want to Be Lonely Tonight / You Win Again / Mean Woman Blues / Goodnight Irene / What'd I Say / High School Confidential / Rockin' My Life Away / Johnny B. Goode / Whole Lotta Shaking' Going' On / Great Balls of Fire / Good Golly Miss Molly / Tutti Frutti / Hank Locklin / Wild One /

Obviously if you're a fan of the rock 'n roll legend you're going to want to check this out. Lewis is in fine form as he starts the show off rather slowly with some more country-ish tunes including a cover of Hank WIlliams' You Win Again. Things really pick up with Mean Woman Blues and Goodnight Irene with Van Morrison. Other guests include Queen guitarist Brian May, Dave Davies from The Kinks and The Moody Blues' John Lodge.

Naturally the highlights of the show are when Lewis turns into that rocking self and does such classics as High School Confidential, Whole Lotta Shaking' Going' On and his masterpiece Great Balls of Fire. Piano wise Lewis is also in fine form here and all around this is a highly entertaining show with some great numbers.


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