- Tom Jones & Jerry Lee Lewis Rock 'n' Roll Medley 1969) Сэр Том Джонс (англ. Tom Jones; настоящее имя сэр То́мас Джонс Ву́дворд.
- Джерри Ли Льюис в Зале Славы Рок-н-Ролла Live At Gilley's - 1999; Last Man Standing - 2006; Mean Old Man - 2010; Live At Third Man.
- 118 просмотров Jerry Lee Lewis - Last Man Standing John 15:13 by thier lives - Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
- Rockin' My Life Away Jerry Lee Lewis (With Ron Wood) 14. Lewis Boogie 15. Bumming Around (With Merle Haggard) 16. What'd I Say (With Ivan Neville) 17.
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Last Man Standing. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. It often seems like there are only two ways for rock, country, and blues veterans to launch comebacks when they're senior citizens: confront mortality head on or surround yourself with superstar guests to help carry you through a half-hearted stroll through your back catalog, scattering a few new tunes along the way. At first glance, Jerry Lee Lewis ' Last Man Standing seems to fall into both categories: the title suggests that Jerry Lee is in the mood to take a long look back, and certainly the very concept of the album -- pairing Lewis with 21 other stars for a succession of duets, often on material that his guests either wrote or made famous -- seems like a typical superstar duet record.
But the Killer has never been predictable, and nowhere is that truer than it is here, where Jerry Lee treats Mick Jagger. Keith Richards. John Fogerty. Bruce Springsteen. Jimmy Page. and 16 other stars as he treated the Nashville Teens at the Star Club in 1964 -- as game amateurs who have to sprint to keep up with the master. This is the only guest-studded superstar album where all the guests bend to the will of the main act, who dominates the proceedings in every conceivable way.
Jerry Lee doesn't just run the guests ragged; he turns their songs inside out, too -- and nowhere is that clearer than on the opening "Rock and Roll," the Led Zeppelin classic that is now stripped of its signature riff and sounds as if it were a lost gem dug out of the Sun vaults. Far from struggling with this, Jimmy Page embraces it, following the Killer as he runs off on his own course -- he turns into support, and the rest of other 20 guests follow suit (with the possible exception of Kid Rock. who sounds like the party guest who won't go home on an otherwise strong version of "Honky Tonk Woman").