KNOX PHILLIPS SESSIONS: THE UNRELEASED RECORDINGS Vinyl Record
Vinyl LP pressing. 2014 collection. Knox Phillips, elder son of Sun Records founder Sam, followed his father into the world of record production, engineering and studio ownership. By the mid-'70s he was running his father's studio in Memphis. Jerry Lee Lewis was recording a series of less-than-inspiring Country albums on Nashville but turned up at Phillips Recording in the evenings when he wanted to explore a different type of repertoire. This CD is the result of those late-night visits - 10 tracks where Jerry Lee trawls the great American songbook - all covers, warts and all. Good time rock'n'roll with plenty of Jerry Lee's piano.
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
Ragged But Right
Room Full Of Roses
Johnny B. Goode / Carol
That Kind Of Fool
Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior
Music! Music! Music! / Canadian Sunset
Lovin' Cajun Style
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