Jerry Lee Lewis Sings Bob Dylan, Charlie Rich and Kris Kristofferson – Happy Birthday Killer (born September 29, 1935)

Rock and roll made you oblivious to the fear, busted down the barriers that race and religion, ideologies put up. We lived under a death cloud; the air was radioactive. There was no tomorrow, any day it could all be over, life was cheap… Jerry Lee Lewis came in like a streaking comet from some far away galaxy. Rock and roll was atomic powered, all zoom and doom. It didn’t seem like an extension of anything but it probably was.
-Bob Dylan (to Bill Flanagan, 2017)

Jerry Lee Lewis (born September 29, 1935) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and pianist, often known by his nickname, The Killer. He has been described as “rock & roll’s first great wild man.”

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Bob Dylan

Rita May
Released on his 1979 album Jerry Lee Lewis.

Live Berlin Germany 1985:

Am I Your Stepchild?
From the album “Rock & Roll Time” (2014)

Charlie Rich

Lonely Weekends
From the album “The Killer Rocks On” (1972)

Live 1973:

No Headstone on My Grave
From the album “The Session…Recorded in London with Great Artists” (1973)

Live at Austin City Limits, 1983:

Kris Kristofferson

For The Good Times
From the album “Would You Take Another Chance on Me?” (1971)

Me And Bobby McGee
From the album “Would You Take Another Chance on Me?” (1971)

Help Me Make It Through The Night
From the album “Touching Home” (1971)

Live in Nashville (1982) with Kris

  • For The Good Times
  • Once More With Feeling
  • Me And Bobby McGee
  • Help Me Make It Through The Night

-Egil

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