Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
1.1 Pumpin' Piano Rock 2:06
1.2 Sixty Minute Man 1:50
1.3 Ooby Dooby 2:01
1.4 Mexicali Rose 1:35
1.5 Shame on You 2:10
1.6 When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again 2:19
1.7 Tomorrow Night 2:57
1.8 Old Pal of Yesterday 2:36
1.9 All Night Long 2:04
1.10 Come What May 2:06
1.11 Please Release Me 2:09
2.1 Wild One 1:56
2.2 Hound Dog 1:27
2.3 Rock 'n' Roll Ruby 1:58
2.4 Born to Lose 2:40
2.5 Little Green Valley 1:55
2.6 Crazy Heart 2:45
2.7 Long Gone Lonesome Blues 2:06
2.8 My Carolina Sunshine Girl 1:53
2.9 Friday Night 1:45
2.10 Sick and Tired 2:47
2.11 So Long I'm Gone 2:12

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

drums (drum set):
Jimmy Van Eaton (1956-11-14) (track 2.4)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1957-02) (track 1.9)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1957-02-05) (tracks 1.5, 2.7–2.8)
Russell Smith (US 1950s drummer) (1957-05-30) (track 1.7)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1959-03) (track 1.11)
bass guitar:
Sid Manker (track 2.11)
J.W. Brown (1957-05-30) (tracks 1.1, 1.7, 2.5)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1957-06) (track 1.2)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Jay W. Brown (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958-02-14) (track 2.2)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
Leo Lodner (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
membranophone:
Otis Jett (track 2.11)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1957-02) (track 1.8)
Russell Smith (US 1950s drummer) (1957-05-30) (tracks 1.1, 2.5)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1957-06) (track 1.2)
Otis Jett (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958-02-14) (track 2.2)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1959-03) (track 2.10)
Russell Smith (US 1950s drummer) (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
guitar:
Roland Janes (track 2.11)
Roland Janes (1956-11-14 – 1956-11) (track 2.4)
Roland Janes (1957-02) (tracks 1.8–1.9)
Roland Janes (1957-02-05) (tracks 1.5, 2.7–2.8)
Roland Janes (1957-05-30) (tracks 1.1, 1.7, 2.5)
Roland Janes (1957-06) (track 1.2)
Roland Janes (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Roland Janes (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
Roland Janes (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
Billy Lee Riley (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1959-03) (tracks 1.11, 2.10)
Roland Janes (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
Billy Lee Riley (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
piano:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (track 2.11)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1956-11-14) (track 2.4)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02) (tracks 1.8–1.9)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02-05) (tracks 1.5, 2.7–2.8)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-05-30) (tracks 1.1, 1.7, 2.5)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-06) (track 1.2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-02-14) (track 2.2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-07-05 – 1958-07-07) (track 1.10)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1959-03) (tracks 1.11, 2.10)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
additional writer:
W.S. Stevenson (track 1.11)
arranger:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (track 1.9)
composer:
Sam Coslow (track 1.7)
Wilhelm Grosz (aka Hugh Williams) (track 1.7)
Mike Stoller (track 2.2)
Frankie Brown (track 2.4)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (track 2.3)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (tracks 1.1, 2.9)
Jimmy Long (track 1.8)
Wade Moore (track 1.3)
Dick Penner (track 1.3)
Carson Robison (track 2.5)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 2.8)
Franklyn Tableporter (track 1.10)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 2.7)
Rose Marks (– 1951) (track 1.2)
Billy Ward (US r&b/soul vocalist) (– 1951) (track 1.2)
lyricist:
Frankie Brown (track 2.4)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (track 2.3)
Jerry Leiber (track 2.2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (tracks 1.1, 2.9)
Jimmy Long (track 1.8)
Wade Moore (track 1.3)
Dick Penner (track 1.3)
Carson Robison (track 2.5)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 2.8)
Franklyn Tableporter (track 1.10)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 2.7)
Rose Marks (– 1951) (track 1.2)
Billy Ward (US r&b/soul vocalist) (– 1951) (track 1.2)
producer:
Ernie Barton (track 2.9)
Jack Clement (tracks 1.1–1.3, 1.5, 1.7–2.8, 2.10)
Bill Justis (tracks 1.10–1.11, 2.10)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks 1.1–1.3, 1.5, 1.7–1.9, 1.11–2.8, 2.10)
vocals:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (track 2.11)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1956-11-14) (track 2.4)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02) (tracks 1.8–1.9)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02-05) (tracks 1.5, 2.7–2.8)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-05-30) (tracks 1.1, 1.7, 2.5)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-06) (track 1.2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-02-14) (track 2.2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-03) (tracks 2.1, 2.6)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-07-05 – 1958-07-07) (track 1.10)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1959-03) (tracks 1.11, 2.10)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
writer:
Dave Bartholomew (track 2.10)
Johnny Greenan (track 2.1)
Chris Kenner (track 2.10)
Eddie Miller (US country music songwriter) (track 1.11)
Maurice Fisher Murray (track 2.6)
Dave Owens (track 2.1)
Johnny O’Keefe (track 2.1)
Fred Rose (songwriter) (track 2.6)
Dub Williams (pseudonym used by James Pebworth) (track 1.11)
Robert Yount (songwriter) (track 1.11)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 1.9)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Record Company (1974) (tracks 1.1–1.3, 1.5, 1.7–2.10)
publisher:
Acuff Rose Music Ltd. (track 1.11)
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) (track 1.7)
Chappell Morris Ltd. (track 2.2)
Cherry Lane Music (track 2.2)
Elvis Presley Music (track 2.2)
Four Star Sales (track 1.11)
Lion Publishing Co. (track 2.2)
MCA Music Inc. (US-based music publishers) (track 2.2)
MCA Music Ltd. (track 2.2)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 2.2)
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company) (track 2.1)
Peer International (track 2.4)
Peermusic UK (UK publisher) (track 2.1)
Roschelle Publishing (track 1.11)
Trio Music Co., Inc. (track 1.10)
Universal/MCA Music (music publisher; do not use as release label!) (track 2.2)
edit of:
Mexicali Rose (chat & part 2) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track 1.4)
So Long I'm Gone (fragment & take) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track 2.11)
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again (slate & 2nd series take 1) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track 1.6)
has remixes:
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again (overdubbed as vocal duo) by Jimmy Ellis with Jerry Lee Lewis (track 1.6)
remix of:
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again (2nd series take 1 stereo) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track 1.6)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
Born to Lose (1956-11-14) (track 2.4)
Ole Pal of Yesterday (1957-02) (track 1.8)
Long Gone Lonesome Blues (1957-02-05) (track 2.7)
My Carolina Sunshine Girl (1957-02-05) (track 2.8)
Shame on You (1957-02-05) (track 1.5)
Little Green Valley (1957-05-30) (track 2.5)
Tomorrow Night (1957-05-30) (track 1.7)
Sixty Minute Man (1957-06) (track 1.2)
Ooby Dooby (1957-08-21) (track 1.3)
Rock and Roll Ruby (1958-02 – 1958-03) (track 2.3)
Hound Dog (1958-02-14) (track 2.2)
Crazy Heart (1958-03) (track 2.6)
Wild One (Real Wild Child) (1958-03) (track 2.1)
Come What May (1958-07-05 – 1958-07-07) (track 1.10)
Release Me (1959-03) (track 1.11)
Sick and Tired (1959-03) (track 2.10)
is the basis for:
Crazy Heart (additional lyrics by Del McCoury) (track 2.6)
Kara fra sahara (track 2.2)
Sick and Tired (track 2.10)
later parody versions:
Found God (track 2.2)
later translated versions:
Wilde Has (swiss german lyrics) (track 2.1)
Wilder Has (german lyrics) (track 2.1)
later versions:
Tomorrow Night (Bob Dylan version) (track 1.7)
recording of:
All Night Long (Song of Jerry Lee Lewis) (1957-02) (track 1.9)
Pumpin' Piano Rock (1957-05-30) (track 1.1)
Friday Night (1959-06-25 – 1959-06-26) (track 2.9)
referred to in medleys:
Swing the Mood (track 2.2)